Unique challenges with adopting more than one child

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Adopting children is a wonderful thing. There are many children out there that are lonely and desperate for a good home and things. I use to be on my own for so long and I know the feeling of a safe home. It’s been something that I’ve always wanted. One day I finally moved home. I use to date a boy who was an orphan all of his life. He went through all kinds of depression and hatred. He is not even mentally stable even though he works very hard to become someone successful in life. I don’t think that it’s a good idea to adopt too many children unless you can really handle it.

Because I have struggle with so much responsibilities all of my life that I don’t think a family should adopt too many kids unless they are extremely wealthy. You could be burden yourself out trying to support too many kids and not providing them with adequate care and love. My ex boyfriend was in a foster him where he felt like it wasn’t the best thing for him. He was grateful to the parents but he feels like its not his own home. He didn’t feel like he has the freedom to do what he wants to do . He felt like being an adopted child is a Tabu when it comes to facing the adopted family and society. There will be financial hardship or time constrain if a family try to adopt more than one child.

I don’t think that it’s in the best interest of the child or the family to have too many children. The orphan is already lacking too many things in life and they may have to fight for more of that in a crowded home. The orphan will most likely suffer from many things in a large family that can’t give the child what he or she needs. They will most likely feel isolated and unimportant. With the expensive and hectic world today, it’s not a good idea to adopt too many children.

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