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Reasons for going missing vary widely. A large body of empirical information gives some clear pointers. Problems at home, work or school, which can drive people to leave, includes:

  • Family conflict
  • Debt
  • Illness or accident
  • Abuse
  • General anxiety or stress
  • Stress, Depression or other mental illness
  • Amnesia, senile dementia or Alzheimer's disease
  • Alcohol, drug or solvent misuse
  • Abduction (most feared but least likely) or
  • Just because they feel like it.

It should not be forgotten that people over 18 are at liberty to choose to go away and break off contact. All of the agencies involved with missing persons guarantee confidentiality to seekers and found alike; their commitment to confidentiality has won the respect of people around the world. They also recognise the right to stay out of touch and can forward an 'alive and well' message to put relatives' minds at rest without revealing the senders' whereabouts.

Other Missing Person Sites
http://www.missingpersons.org National Missing Persons Helpline (U.K.)

Peoplesite.com Site dedicated to the power of the Internet to present your search message to millions of people

Missing Persons Throughout the World Site dedicated to finding Missing Persons Throughout the World

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