(PRWEB) May 4, 2004 –
SearchMothers.com announced today the expansion of its website to include adoption and search and reunion information for mothers. Information available to mothers include a discussion board to help a mothers and adopted children. Mothers, daughters, sons, relatives, and family friends can post their adoption messages or their reunion stories.
The discussion board allow individuals to post a variety of message topics, including how to search, searching by state or searching by the year someone was born or adopted. We also encourage stories to be posted on a successful or unsatisfactory reunion. The Discussion Subject is Searching and Reuniting under Message Boards – http://www.searchmothers.com/boards/. In its foundation state it is a discussion message board managed mostly by mothers who are helping mothers. Eventually there will be a private discussion area for individuals wanting to provide or exchange information, such as exchanging telephone numbers through private messaging.
SearchMothers.com has the goal of assuring access to as much information as possible for mothers to succeed in their endeavors. Improving the quality of life for mothers and their children in the United States is one of the key concerns and goals of SearchMothers.com.
In response to a request for helping birthmothers and adoptees toward a more positive open adoption.
The staff at SearchMothers.com is now accepting links through its Suggest A Site form, looking for people to serve as moderators, and accepting stories and articles for all channel topics at this time.
SearchMothers.com, an independent information portal, is a trusted online resource for all types of mothers on topics such as single motherhood, child custody, childcare, working mothers, parenting, adoption, and search and reunion. SearchMothers.com provides reliable, accurate, and useful information for mothers. It enables mothers to better manage their lives and identify the best decisions to make in the future. SearchMothers is best known for its profile of the concerns and issues of Single Mothers.
The messaging area is open to professional moderators, but currently built upon the premise of ?mothers helping mothers?.
The portal contains directory listings categorized by interest, with each category containing pre-screened links to relevant web sites to help mothers find better information easily.
SearchMothers.com is looking forward to its fourth year anniversary this Mothers’ Day. It has increased the number of visitors each month in each year of its existence. We thank all those who have visited.
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