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What is the biggest long-term negative about adopting children?

I was adopted 51 years ago. I came from healthy birth parents with no mental health issues. Neither had addiction problems. Their other children are all successful adults. Me too. I’m fine. So, no issues there.I get on very well with my adopted mum, and I had a brilliant relationship with my adopted dad until he died 20 years ago. I’m close to my adopted brother, aunts, uncles and cousins too.I’ve had a fabulous life and have no regrets about being adopted. My mum says she has no regrets about adopting me. In fact, I know she’s quite pleased she did. She often says that if my brother and I were drowning, and she could only save one of us, she would have no idea who to rescue. She loves us the same. My brother is her natural son.The biggest long-term negative is that my birth family is the elephant in the room. We talk about them sometimes, but my mum would rather I didn’t. When she adopted me, she was told I was hers. It hurts her that we have no genetic connection, and it hurts me too - not massively. It’s not a huge issue.It’s the only negative I can think of.***************************EDIT: Medical history has been mentioned many times and this was one of the main reasons I decided to trace my natural family. I had suffered a string of miscarriages and had convinced myself that the answer to that awful problem lay with meeting my birth family. It wasn’t. The miscarriages remain unexplained. None of my birth family had a history of miscarriage.The deceased of my birth family had died of a wide variety of causes. Nothing stood out. The older generations who had smoked, died of smoking related diseases. It seems that their lifestyles had killed them - high fat diets and smoking being the most common.Within a couple of years of meeting my natural father, he suffered a massive heart attack. So, would I? Was it genetic? My doctor reassured me that smoking 3 packs a day for 30 years had done the damage. He told me that as I didn’t smoke, I’d be fine.Then, my natural mother died of cancer. The cancer might be genetic and there is nothing I can do about preventing it, apart from living a healthy life.So, although it was difficult not knowing my medical history, it hasn’t helped knowing it. Essentially, I will still die of something one day. In the meantime, I’m planning on retiring early, having some fun and travelling as far and as wide as I can - just in case, I meet my demise sooner rather than later.EDIT 2: A year on and the answer is still getting upvotes. Thank you. (What a year it’s been too!)

Can Adult ADHD be diagnosed in a one hour session with a psychiatrist?

With a good medical history, previous psychometric results, and assessment by an experienced psychiatrist, yes. And if the doc prescribes medication that provides efficacious results, it’s diagnostic.

My grandson was given up for adoption. After 5 yrs. I found him. Should I reach out to him or his adoptive parents or let it be?

As an adopted person and an adoption advocate I'm going to suggest something a bit out of the box.#1. Don't reach out to a young child…you don't know what he knows and doesn't know at this age.#2. Sit down and write a letter. Write a letter about who you are, in great detail. What you and the other grandparent enjoy, where you've lived, what you've done for jobs, what your national heritage is etc. Then write the story of how he became to be. Do this without being disparaging about anyone involved. (If your daughter or the birth father have a substance issue - be honest about that without being mean - it's important because that is something that runs in blood lines as well) If it's still a hot topic between you and your daughter put that heat aside and only state the facts. If you know what went into the VERY BRAVE decision and VERY intelligent decision to give him up for adoption … explain it. Share insight about his mother what she was like as a child, as a teen, what age she was when she gave birth to him. If the story about the father is not rape…tell that story if you can.#3. Gather health information. If anything runs in the family write that out. If you have access to the birth father's medical history gather that as well.#4. Pictures. Scan photos of you, your daughter, other family members.#5 Print this all out and build a three ring binder with the information.#6. The last section should be contact info. Your full names, current address and phone numbers. If your daughter is a safe adult put her information in there as well and same with birth father's info BUT ONLY if they are safe, healthy, people.#7. Mail it to the adoptive parents with a big notice on the outside of the package reading: This is for the eyes of (their names) only. The birth history/story is enclosed. Put a cover letter explaining that you have spent five years searching for him but that you have no intention of disrupting his life or theirs. That there is contact info at the end of this book if you would welcome us into your lives on your terms. We understand that you love him and we love you for loving him. Please keep this book until you either need it for the medical information on or he is old enough to really understand it. Thank you for being wonderful parents to him.This is the one thing I had from my birth mother.

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