An Online Community and Blog about Lost Loved Ones

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The post “Finding a Service Friend” from recalls the author’s time spent in the U.S. Navy. He mentions that records kept from the years when he was in the service are difficult to find or simply nonexistent. However, the blog entry notes that the site itself may be a way to find fellow crew members. It also lists ships and stations on which the author worked. Finally, the writer cautions others that online sites devoted to finding people can be misleading or prohibitively expensive.

The blog entry “Hope in Finding Missing Children” outlines methods that may be used to find missing children. Firstly, the author mentions the internet as a great way to post information regarding a missing child. The author claims that “there are more people online than there are walking on the street.” Besides the internet, describes the utility of Team Hope, an organization consisting of members whose own children have gone missing through abduction or other means. Team Hope is noted to provide counseling and resources for grieving or distressed families. Another organization mentioned is the famous Child Quest International, the non-profit organization which is responsible for listing missing children on milk cartons. In addition to contacting organizations and the police, the author suggest a proactive approach of teaching children how to avoid being abducted, as well as having the knowledge necessary to get help when kidnapped.

About was launched in December of 2009, and wrote blog entries about topics like missing a loved one and healing after a loss. is responsible for the site structure and maintenance of

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