Do kids who are adopted once they are told, ever get over the fact that their biological parents didn't want them or gave them up to complete strangers? Is the feeling of being rejected by their biological mother a mortal wound for the psyche, a lifelong emptiness? Do they overcompensate for the fact that they were adopted? An emptiness similar to losing one of your parents to suicide? A feeling deep inside that you were unwanted? Are biological parent/child relations stronger than non-blood parent/child relations?