Nature provided A woman/women with the ability to grow a Child/ren beneath there heart and then birth that Child/ren. But once a Woman/Women had finished Breeding & Birthing a Child/ren through Nature. it would be a Person/s within Society who would decide for the Child/ren to become the Child/ren of the Woman who they feel is capable of raising that Child/ren out of Love.
Now if the woman who Bred and Birthed a Child/ren is capable of raising the Child/ren she Bred & Birthed out of Love. Then they are her Child/ren.
But the Child/ren that is FosteredAdopted out, is not the Child/ren of the Woman who Bred & Birthed the Child/ren. That Child/ren is always the child of the Mother & Father who longed to Foster/ Adopt the Child/ren. Because that Child/ren has always grown in the heart of the Mother & Father who always longed to Foster/Adopt that Child/ren.
Open Adoption only allows for the needs of a Woman who longs to see a Child/ren she Bred And Birthed for the Mother & Father of that child. But it confuses the child of the Mother and Father who Adopted there Child/ren.
The child needs a close/d relationship with there Mother and Father who Adopted them. And a child having a Relationship with the Woman who Bred and Birthed them, will only distance the relationship between that Child and the Childs Mother and Father who Adopted them.
CPS adoptions should never be open and you should not be allowed visits with your Child/ren in Foster Care. When you are incapable of raising the Child/ren you Bred and Birthed. Then you have no right to see that Chid/ren. Because you couldn't raise them therefore you didn't love them and you don't love them and never will. The person who Fosters or Adopts the Child/ren you Bred, loves them. Because they are capable of raising there Child/ren with the love for there Child/ren that you Bred. When you are not capable of raising the Child/ren you Bred and Birthed.
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