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Jan Stewart I find that repugnant....opening the conversation may not be difficult but closing it is.....do you just walk away and leave the person? Are they left bleeding on the lounge while you go your merry way......half of knowing what you are doing with damaged people is knowing how to close a " conversation" Let me repeat.....you know nothing about me or my views.....
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Murray Legro I do know you are a arrogant person who knows nothing about the world i live nor for that matter any other adoptee. And for the record verification checks are done on me by my employer and i have no doubt if i had left anyone bleeding on the floor i would not be working. This again shows your arrogance and ignorance.
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Jan Stewart I feel very sorry for you......
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Murray Legro I don't want or need your sorrow. Feel sorry for Janice who almost died after the last attack on her from your friends. Feel sorry for Kerry saint who was abused by your fiends. Feel sorry for glen Campbell who was ostracised by your friends for being mine. Feel sorry for Marea Mckewan . Feel sorry for Christin Coralive who was dumped like a hot potato and who they never got her name right. I don't need your sorrow and would not ask for it
With these words from one Jan Stewart from Forbes a member of origins Australia, this person went into a meltdown The reason for this meltdown was the fact that the admin of the group it was on censored and removed me for responding, which i did and then removed me from the page. This person who was the admin is a so called adoption expert who just showed he knows nothing of handling people of of ensuring an unbiased management. yet he makes money from being an expert on adoption.
Just as the adoption industry especially in the USA is a market based industry where administration fees are charged based upon race, so the adoption healing industry is increasingly becoming a market based money making business. Whilst not deliberate, one depends upon the other for their continual survival.
There are so many out there who claim to have all the answers to your adoption woes, but it is in a book costing between 20 to 30 dollars, there are links to credit cards which then ensures a flow of income for the persons "approved" funds. it has become a dirty process where the most vulnerable of us are treated like cash cows and 100 percent loyalty is demanded. It in my opinion the closest you will get to a cult like status
It is also happening in Australia. I saw the incredible sight of a group of grown women yelling out another woman's name like she was a goddess. it quite frankly disturbed me because this was how cults are started. I then see on a website there is a counsellor with the title "....... trained" No reference is made to any academic qualifications just trained by a organisation which has only one view of how things have happened. So one can only assume that the counselling will only be in line with the aims and objectives of the organisation.
This is the problem we have as adoptees. Finding good quality qualified psychologists and counsellors, especially in Australia. For too long the professionals have not treated the issue with any degree of concern and as such it has allowed those with less than ideal qualifications to fill the void which has resulted in either a person becoming a disciple of the organisation or " counsellor" and the alternative which is complete mental destruction of the person.
Now many organisation do provide a link to professionals who have had experience and maybe that is why they are not popular with some. In Australia these are Vanish, Jigsaw, PARC and PASQ. I am not too sure about Western Australia , and South Australia but i do know in Tasmania there is none.
Any professional that allows such statements to be made on their group like that above must have the objectivity challenged as well as their abilities. Due to nature of the adoption trade industry in the USA the type of person who allowed such to go unchallenged by him will always have a steady stream of clients and the long term result will be more heartache for those who do not convert to their mantra