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Sending an internationally adopted child back?

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Submitted : 2018-06-13 21:41:22    Popularity:     

Tags: internationally  Sending  child  adopted  

I was watching a re-run episode on Dr. Phil where women who had adopted children from overseas (Russia, Ukraine, China) were struggling and wanted to send the kids back. All of the children had severe issues, like RAD and were either profoundly autistic o

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No.

Children are not merchandise with a return policy. The child has no knowledge of his or her home country's people or language, and would be a foreigner in a foreign land.

The child can and should rechieve help in the country where he or she was adopted

Not back. To a new patient and loving family for sure.

No, it should not be allowed. Just like with birth children, you can't send them back to the hospital where they were born.

It's not like that country has any obligation to take the child back. The adoption is done, the children are legally theirs, making them no longer the responsibility of the original country.

Absolutely not.
There are far better services in the US than where these kids came from.
the adoptive parents can apply for help, but this is complete betrayal of a trust.
I know someone who raised adoptive kids from horrendous beginnings. No one said it would be easy, but she did it. If a family is having trouble, they should get help as if these kids were born to them. That is the promise they made to *their* children.



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