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Separated at Birth, Twins Who Reunited on Good Morning America Graduate as Valedictorians

Twin sisters Audrey and Gracie, separated at birth in China and adopted by different American families, reunited for the first time on "Good Morning America" in 2017. Now they're graduating high school.

Gone Without a Trace: Understanding Ghosting and Its Emotional Impact

Ghosting is the act of abruptly ending all communication with someone without any explanation, leaving the person on the receiving end feeling confused, hurt, and often questioning what went wrong.

Stephanie Mullowney

To become a globally published photographer only days after opening her business is an incredible feat in itself. But it’s the unbelievable story leading up to Stephanie’s International recognition that makes her portraiture so special and sought after. She and her newborn daughter were abandoned and left virtually homeless only 5 days after her baby was diagnosed with Down Syndrome. Since then, Stephanie has made it her mission to use the platform of photography to capture the hearts of her subjects teaching the world to love like Jesus does with her universal mantra, “Look with your eyes, but see with your heart.” You can find her global publishings, media features, and her amazing testimony at www.paperdollsphotography.com. Stephanie’s home base is in Nashville, T.N. but her extensive portfolio includes clients from all over the U.S. of ALL abilities, colors, shapes and sizes. You will also find Movie, Music, Reality Show, and Pro Athlete Celebrities among her Collections. Her daughter and inspiration, Hannah Grace, is an Ambassador for the global non-profit Nothing Down, a brand rep for Littlest Warrior apparel, and huge part of her local Down Syndrome Community at DSAMT. Hannah's face has been seen in dozens of media and TV features across the globe as she advocates for others like her by just being herself. Inclusion Matters. "Love like Jesus-Advocate like the Devil" -Stephanie Mullowney. See more from Stephanie on her website or connect with her on Facebook.

To My Daughter With Down Syndrome, I Want to Tell You… Your Story

"I want you to know some things about yourself that others may not know..."

“Our Daughter Is Defective. They Will Blame This on Me… My Heart Shattered into A Million Pieces”

"He continued to reminisce about how he and his friends in school used to make fun of people with Down syndrome and scream across the playground calling them the “R” word."