Why do people say it's not possible for a child/ren to form a bond with there Biological Mother in the womb? Or for that child/ren to not have a bond with there Biological Mother after the birth?
Is it because the person/s who are raising that child and now have the chance for that child/ren to bond with them/ for that child to possibly bond with them.. Want to say that child 1st bonded/had the strongest bond with the person/s raising that child/ren.
And why do people prefer to see a woman who is pregnant with there child or giving birth to there child, not as the childs Biological Mother or Birth Mother who is giving birth/did give birth to her own child/ren. But only as the woman, Who Is/Was pregnant with a child/ren and just a woman who births/birthed a child/ren?
And Do you feel The term "birthmother", "birthmom", bmom or any other term"that is used to label a woman/women who are/was pregnant with her child/ren or giving birth to her child/ren.
Is a way of saying the woman/women who are/or were pregnant with a child/ren. And the woman/women who births/or birthed a child/ren. Were never/never can be classified as a Mother to the child they carry/carried/birth/birthed. And that the child they are pregnant with/birth/ or did birthed. Never was/And never can be seen as there child/ren.
Asked by Anonymous at 4:42 PM on Dec. 26, 2010 in Adoption
Answer by Southernroots at 5:02 PM on Dec. 26, 2010
Answer by angelairelan at 4:50 PM on Dec. 26, 2010