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Searching for Missing Children on the Internet Since 2013, By Dr. Robert F. Edinger
I support you in your struggle!
It is my intention here on FacebookPrivateEye.com to serve as reinforcement, to be hired for support by mothers and fathers whose child is missing, usually taken somewhere by the other parent. I provide counseling and emotional back up, and give advice, straight up as I see it, nothing ever sugar coated, but I try to give you spiriutal strength as well, and will even pray with you on Skype if you would like. Most importantly, I do everything that I can to gather information about the target, the individual who you suspect of having your child, usually an ex- husband, wife, or significant other. My own investigation, of course, is intended to supplement police investigations, not replace them. If your child is missing, reporting it to the police must be the first thing that you do.
I have a PHD in Religion and have worked as a social worker and counselor in the past, although I have now worked independently on the Internet for almost two decades.
Most of all, I regret that I am not retired and thus able to do this for free. It should be done for free. Frankly, I am ashamed that my own financial circumstances require that I charge you US$50.00 per hour. But, alas, capitalism has conquered the world and I am already an old man with a baby son for whom I struggle to leave something for his future.
These days, I live mostly alone on a mountaintop overlooking Cochabamba, Bolivia, where Davy lives in the valley below with his mother. My relationship with Davy's mom has been bitter now for the last two years and gives every evidence of continuing in this direction; so she tends to let me see him only when I give her enough money. Subsequently, I want to accompany you in your struggle so that you can help me to continue mine. Most of my clients do not have the time to launch their own investigations, juggling their crises at the same time that they fulfill important and lucrative professional duties. If this is the case with you, then I would like to give you a hand.
Dr. Robert Edinger