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Recently, an acquaintance of mine posted an Instagram update that her son had been found safe. If I were still using Facebook, I would have known that he had disappeared on his own accord 39 hours earlier. I would have been able to tell her that I completely understood what she was going through because I had lived the same nightmare 18 months before.

On the evening of January 1, 2020, my daughter disappeared.

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Eunice Brownlee

Eunice Brownlee

tales of a grown ass woman (still) trying to make sense of it all. https://tap.bio/@eunicebrownlee

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