Family issues can sever ties between relatives, parents, and children, but what happens when family members who have grown apart are still connected through Facebook? A Bay Area psychologist told The New York Times that he often hears patients talking about how they heard about a birth or wedding in the family through the social network, and not with a phone call or in-person visit.
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We’re not sure how they find the time, or the open arms, but 44 percent of new, first-time mothers spend more time on Facebook after childbirth compared with before, according to a new study published in the July issue of journal Family Relations.