Is it difficult to make a child happy when his biological parent left him?

Sam32
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Re: Is it difficult to make a child happy when his biological parent left him?

Postby Sam32 » Tue Oct 03, 2017 10:38 pm

Well having a child is not an easy thing, but to take care about the adoptional child, I think demands from us much more responsibilities, our free time and other things which we should give to our children. If you would try heard and be patient, then I believe that you would make your child happy.
Ernest
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Re: Is it difficult to make a child happy when his biological parent left him?

Postby Ernest » Tue Dec 26, 2017 1:49 pm

If it is a newborn - then basically he does not care, sorry if that does sound cruel. His consciousness still cannot deal with facts, he only can feel comfort or discomfort. When the kid is older - that is other question already. It depends on how did his partners left him..
Was that an accident for example - or if they just threw him away - I think such things do happen sometimes. In that case it is very difficult to restore child's trust and faith in people. Such people often wage really miserable lives. You need to be a strong person to make that kid feel love towards the world again!
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Re: Is it difficult to make a child happy when his biological parent left him?

Postby Max76 » Thu Jan 25, 2018 4:44 pm

Hi friendly people. I am glad to start communication here too. I also keep this opinion that of course it depends on the age of the kid, and on the previous experiences the kid had. If he is 2 years old, from a bad family, where he was beaten, then it will be a cub of a wolf, wild and afraid to trust anyone. It is very hard to gain the trust of the kid who was already maimed psychologically. Apart from it it would be really better if this situation would be vise versa.. I am talking about biological father..
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Re: Is it difficult to make a child happy when his biological parent left him?

Postby Felix » Sun Feb 18, 2018 6:14 pm

I cannot imagine people who would be stupid or careless enough to get to this situation. Just for you to know - they would have to pay a huge penalty, if they would reject the kid afterwards. i wrote about this already - me and my husband - we refused of the thought to adopt another child right now - and we do not know when we will come back to this question again.
It is good that we understood we were wrong now - while all was still on the stage of planning. But still I am pissed off to know that I have less brains than I experted.
Romario
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Re: Is it difficult to make a child happy when his biological parent left him?

Postby Romario » Thu Mar 01, 2018 8:32 am

So surely I must admit that it is pretty horrible when biological father looses his child. I believe that it can grow changed. Because there are many reasons for leaving the dear kid. Your main aim is to make the adopted child happy as impossible, because the trauma of his adoption will always be with him. This does not mean that he cannot be happy at all, but it will always be an injury for him. It is true that you must remember this and take it as the law. Whatever the adoptive parents, no matter how they tried to bring happiness to their adopted child.
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Re: Is it difficult to make a child happy when his biological parent left him?

Postby Duke » Sat Mar 03, 2018 7:20 pm

It depends on the age of the kid, and on the previous experiences the kid had. If he is 2 years old, from a bad family, where he was beaten, then it will be a cub of a wolf, wild and afraid to trust anyone. It is very hard to gain the trust of the kid who was already maimed psychologically.
That is a big challenge, and you should never do anything like that unless you are completely sure in your mental strength and ability to handle this child. And if this is a small baby, up to 2-3 years old - then it will be much easier, of course.

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