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Answer No one should stay in a relationship with an abuser - regardless lof the nature of the legal and biological bond. Answer If you really want a relatio…nship with her, then stay, but make it clear to her that you won't take her talking to you that way. You can't really treat her like you would a daughter you raised, but you can ask to be respected or you won't be in her life any longer. If she, after repeated attempts to get her to control herself with you, still makes no attmept to do so, then you need to stop seeing her. If I were in the situation, I'd still send her letters occasionally and cards at birthdays and holidays, etc. Someday she may realize what she has done and want to contact you again. You need to always keep your end open to her, you are her mother. Answer This is not the type of question that can be answered with a simple statement. Questions regarding human behavior require a lot of clinical data before making a rational assessment of the particular situation. Human emotions and related behavior cannot be summarized in a few paragraphs of literature. There is no recipe for Love/hate or any other emotional situation, where a singular perspective can be recommended as the ultimate solution. Each situation requires essential background data on all the persons involved in influencing the psychological and physiological development of the child in question. If your daughter feels that you had abandoned her as a baby, then it will be very difficult for her to have any trust or confidence in you. Children are usually very skillful in finding your weakness and then emotionally manipulating you at their whim and fancy. Being a good parent takes a lot of hard work and dedication. You must be stern but not rigid, you must be gentle but not a softie, you must be loving but not insecure, you must be decisive but not autocratic in other words you must be balanced in your responsibility as an exemplar to your children.
Answer Sometimes, it is up to the person, whether they feel right meeting their birth parents or not, and whether the birth parents want to meet them.
Answer . I contacted the adoption agency in the town where I was adopted from. You could be assigned a case manager who will work with you.
her mother is very depressed so, as she is goddess of the harvest and plants, plants began to die and there was a famine. Zeus said Persephone was aloud to live with her… mother for half the year so when Pesephone is in Hades we have winter and when she is with her mother we have summer.
They are still just called their mother or godmother. Another answer: It depends on the preference of the birth mother. If she wants to be called Mother, or Mom, or Bio-Mom, o…r whatever -- let her choose. You can also call her by her given name. It's a good idea to be consistent. Refer to her in the third person with the same level of respect that you show to her face, by always using the name she prefers to be called.
If she is your birth mother, she is your mother by necessity of implied Definitions, and physics. Some folks, who were adopted at birth, regard the adoptee's as the true paren…ts, but the Fact is, you can only have one Birth mother, so you could refer to her as, "My Birth Mother" this does not prevent you from calling your adoptee Mother, Mother as well. The Traditional Roles of Females Via History, would more then suggest that "Mother" is not necessarly the Birth Mother, but rather the Care Provider of any and all, as in Motherhood.,,Mother Earth, Mother Teresa, Mother Nature, Etc.
This answer depends on the child. Adoptive parents are cautioned against resisting this request from an adopted child. The child simply seeks a greater and broader understand…ing of self, which might be more possible upon meeting the birth parents.
An adopted child should be given some information about the birth mother, her age, height, interests, etc. He or she should not be allowed to see her or know her until grown. …You do not want her interfering with the way you are raising your child. You do not want contact behind your back. When your child is self supporting, then your child should have that information. You will still be the one who raised him, who stood by him through thick and thin. Still, she can answer unanswered questions. At that point their meetings will probably be short and brief and filled with information. It will be like hearing a few family stories from a distant relative. It will be important, but it will end. You will still be the one who raised him. For now, you want to avoid interference and problems.
I do not know the exact percentage. However, I think that it is only natural for an adopted child to look or try to look for their birth parent(s).
In the United States the rights of a birth mother to contact an adopted child are determined by state law. If an adoption agency handled the adoption, then the birth mother ha…s no rights until the child is of legal age. After that, the adoption agency will usually help the birth mother find the adopted child.
I'm sorry that this is not the answer you want, but the correct answer to your question is you don't. There are very few things in this world that can't be undone, but adoptio…n is one of them. Unless you were taken from your birth mother illegally or are being raised in a house of abuse, adoption is forever. For whatever reason, your birth mother had at the time you were born, she knew she could not raise you herself. She made a loving and selfless decision to give you life and kiss you good bye. I don't doubt this was the hardest decision she has ever made and I don't doubt she misses you to her very core but there are no take backs. Being a teenager is hard, more so when you are adopted and trying to find your way. I can only tell you as you get a little older it will be easier. You are very lucky even if you don't know it yet, to have two families who love you. Becoming emancipated from your parents does not mean your birth mother can take you back. I'll give you a little information on emancipation so you'll have an idea what the different states will expect if you want to try the process; every state has different rules and laws. Some states call 19 the age of majority, a couple use 17, most use 18. Twenty states will not emancipate a teenager for any reason. In Maryland you may attempt to free yourself from the bonds of your parents but only if they are willing to file the petition with the courts on your behalf. In California (for example) to become legally emancipated you must be 14 years old, live away from your parents, prove that emancipation is in your best interest and be earning and handling your own money that was earned legally. In CA you also have to continue your education until you graduate from high school or until you turn 18. If at any time after you are declared emancipated the judge finds you are no longer earning a living or you have made any mistruths on your application, your petition is void and you will be sent back to live with your parents.
Why would you be able to use a strangers health insurance? You are not even related. I believe it's even illegal to use someone else's health insurance unless you are added on… it.
Ask your adoptive mother or father to see your birth certificate (if possible) or your adoption certificate. The birth certificate will probably help a little more, but… the adoption certificate will work just fine. These documents are KEY in finding your birth mother. Find your birth mother's name. It should be on the certificate. Google her!
In Florida is it illegal for the birth mother to put the adoptive mother's name on the birth certificate?
Yes. It is illegal to falsify information on a legal document. The information you provide on the birth certificate must be accurate. An original birth certificate is issued …before an adoption and it shows the identity of the biological parents. That record is sealed until opened by a court order. An amended birth certificate is then issued with the names of the adoptive parents and that becomes the child's official birth record in the public records.
The birth mother have no rights to the child at all, even if the adoption is reversed. The adoptive parents have all rights to the child, they have legal custody and are the o…fficial parent/guardian of that child.
well depends on the situation