Question by magdalene: Has debating the topic of adoption ever made you violent?
I have had issues with my daughter, who adopted a child overseas against my say so. I am angry with her to the point of writing her out of my will and trying to get her out of my life. My friend came over and she kept trying to defend my daughter and adoption as a whole, which made me nearly slap her. I raised my hand to try to shut her up but I didn’t actually hit her. It just made me so angry that she would defend these scumbag adopters and agencies. Has anyone else ever felt the urge to slap people who defend those despicable people?
Answer by Ryan
I think the real question here is why you have so much anger towards the concept of adoption and people who adopt.
It sounds like you’ve already lost a daughter and are on your way to losing a friend over these reactions. The anger you are experiencing is hurting your relationships with people. Look towards addressing that anger.
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Question by Cico Felipe Cayetano Lopez Martinez y Gonzales: is ti correct to say: I made a long-distance adoption?
or can I say it in a better way?
Answer by distantsungrrl
Do you mean an adoption as in adopting a child? “Adopting internationally” would be the way then. You don´t really say “make an adoption,” “to adopt” sounds better. So you could say “I adopted internationally.”
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