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    Research shows that being separated from their birth mother has an enormous effect on the child’s unconscious psyche. Even if the child is immediately placed within a loving family, there is still trauma from t

    The psychological effects of adoption

    Research shows that being separated from their birth mother has an enormous effect on the child’s unconscious psyche. Even if the child is immediately placed within a loving family, there is still trauma from the severing of the in...

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    • I think this is an interesting post. I for one didn’t know any of the issues that are associated with adoption, and what the long term affects are. I think more people should be aware of this so they can talk to adoptees and address their issues. Thanks for writing this Sarah good job! I look forwarding to reading more as you continue to research.

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    Sarah commented on the post, Where I'm From

    I really liked reading about your personal familial experiences. It shows me how there is nothing like family and how the experiences you have with each other live with you forever.

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    Sarah commented on the post, Seashell

    I thought this was a really interesting poem. I liked the connections you made between the life in the ocean to yourself. Good Job!

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    Sarah commented on the post, Gender Wage Gap

    I enjoyed reading about this topic, it was very informational and you did a good job at explaining everything. It upsets me how women are still getting paid less then men. We need to work to close the gender wage gap because this should not be a problem anymore.

  • It was very interesting reading about this topic. I know that abortion has always been a very controversial subject. I think that abortion should be legal and an option for women. People who don’t believe in it don’t have to use it and won’t be forced to. But at least it’s there to be used.

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