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However, for each difficulty an adopted child faces or for every special treatment they receive, there is an opposite and sometimes equal reaction in the adopted childs sibling, especially if that sibling is a biological child of the adoptive parents.In all the emphasis on parenting the adopted child, the biological child is too often assumed to be a constant.In the end, it may be the biological child who feels the absence of a bond with her parents.
Usually these barriers are not tangible, but more subtle and difficult to recognize. The biological child, whose problems are caused by the emphasis placed on the real or potential problems his adopted sibling might have in belonging, may fear being seen as selfish for voicing his own concerns.
The sense of belonging for the biological child may seem so self-evident that the parent may subtly discount his legitimate problems.
The experience of growing up in my family has made me who I am today.
My brothers and sisters have given me a breadth of understanding I could not have possessed otherwise.
While the adopted child is constantly reminded of the promise his parents made to love and raise him, the biological child has no adoption process to remind him of the same promise his parents made to him.
Parents of adopted and biological children may be reluctant to remind their biological children of the pregnancy and talk about the biological child growing inside the mother for fear of leaving the adopted child shorthanded.
They had been adopted by separate families and "met later in life and felt an inevitable attraction, and the judge had to deal with the consequences of the marriage that they entered into and all the issues of their separation," he said.
No further details about the case were revealed by Lord Alton, and it is not known when the marriage took place or how long they were together before they discovered the truth.
The compensatory nature of parenting an adopted child may leave the biological sibling a second-class citizen, left to deal with his or her own real difficulties without parental support which is conscious of the existence or origins of these problems.
I have written before on the very real positives of living in an adoptive family, and I do not waver from my belief that the positives far outweighed the negatives.