This Girl Was Found Near Death In A Garbage Pile. But 3 Years After Being Adopted, She’s Transformed

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In 2009 Kristen Williams was living in Cincinnati, Ohio, working as a high-school teacher. She didn’t have a partner but was keen to become a mom one day. There seemed to be only one option for her.

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So she began seriously thinking about adoption as a way of having a family of her own. Williams turned her attention to international adoption. And after carrying out some thorough research, she then narrowed her search down to Nepal.

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But it wasn’t smooth sailing for Williams. She had forked out $28,000 on the adoption process, but then in 2010, disaster struck. In fact, the United States banned all adoptions originating in Nepal.

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