Bwahahahaha! Like they have a friggin' choice????
I know, right?? LMAO.
Another tiny study with unscientific 'evidence' and who was in the non-adopted control group? Where they Chinese girls born in China, America or elsewhere? Don't adoptees warrant better than this?
Oh these types of *research* studies drives me bonkers-- which is already a short trip!I didn't read the whole study-- but from a statistical standpoint--the sample size is to small to represent the larger population. Really? What was it . . . 32? Who the hell funds that kind of research???As an aparent who has adopted from China, I would never agree to them being part of a research study. I figure my girls will have enough on their plate. I am not going to add to that by signing them up to be a guinnea pig for someone's research project.
Yeah...that wasn't our experience. My poor daughter was pretty shell-shocked when she came to us. It took her a lot longer than 6 months to really become herself. Besides that, I think "attachment" doesn't really speak to the life-long complexities of being adopted I'm glad my daughter is doing well and is a happpy little girl, but that doesn't mean she's not going to experience pain when it all starts sinking in.
Just checking in because you haven't posted in a while and want to make sure you are okay...I get worried when you are quiet.
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