Brianna was just six months away from high school graduation, and her parents had always allowed her to “fly.” And she did. Brianna was excellent in academics, already taking second-year college courses in her senior year in high school. She was great in sports, too — a gymnast from the age of 6, and nationally competitive — and active in clubs. Brianna was independent and strong; she succeeded at whatever she put her mind to. She was “planning the next big steps in her life,” preparing to apply to nursing school. She had just turned 18, and like many parents, hers agreed that “she still had some growing up to do.” For all the freedom they had given her to excel and achieve, Brianna had never been out on her own. How could they have known she had been
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