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    In recent times, social media has bred diverse types of relationships between users of the various social networks; online dating/relationships and friendships being the most common.

    It has become evident that social media has not stretched to its elastic limit as to the endless possibilities it is capable of creating such as using the internet to find a baby.

    It can be quite difficult and time consuming to adopt a child; nevertheless, social media has shown its power of stress relief by creating ease in the ability of couples to adopt children.

    According to the BBC,

     “In the US state of Maryland, Brad Letson and Brad Benton wanted to adopt but grew impatient with the wait for a suitable match.

    The men, who are known to friends as the Brads, placed an advertisement on Facebook and received a response within hours.”

    They have adopted two year old Kyler and keep in touch with his mother through Skype and other forms of social media.

     

    August 13, 2013 by Abimbola Duro-David Categories: Social Media For The Sector

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