Post Traumatic Stress Disorder verses Adopted Child Syndrome

Adoption Detective | A True Story by Judith Land

Post traumatic stress disorder and adopted child syndrome similarly explain the psychological trauma that may result from exposure to a severely distressing event. Post traumatic stress disorder is an intense psychological condition that develops after a person is exposed to a traumatic event, including death and separation from family and loved ones. The diagnosis may be given when a group of symptoms continue after the traumatic incident, such as disturbing recurring flashbacks, avoidance or numbing of memories of the event, and high levels of anxiety. Abnormalities may be diagnosed as subjective, chronic, relapsing or remitting. In all cases, health care providers should be alert to the presence of a distortion of normal feelings and behavior.

Severing the connection with the birth mother is a stressful incident that traumatizes the primitive instincts of the adopted child; an occurrence that may lead to a severe psychological condition referred to as the the…

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4 thoughts on “Post Traumatic Stress Disorder verses Adopted Child Syndrome

  1. children should not just be adopted for the simplist reasons you are taking away dhildren from there parents which is the most traumatising thing ever to do and its like a child been fostered its the same


  2. I have often said that a traumatised person is a compliant and controllable person. The state needs compliant people who will submit to the will of the state. A traumatised person will not just submit to the will of the state, they will demand that the state protects them from a real or imagined threat.


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