There are times when people just go missing, whether it happens during a disaster or just happens. This is the hardest to deal with because there can be no closure of what has happened to the missing person, such as in the case of Zachary Pittman.

Zachary Pittman just disappeared out of the blue from Pearl River, Louisiana and has been missing for over a year now. Zachary was a family man with a 3-year-old daughter and family man, who just disappeared how of the blue. His family and friends have no closure, so this is the hardest type of loss to deal with.

There is no closure, no good-bye when somebody is missing. The best way for a family to deal with a missing loved one is to emotionally support each other and to keep the search active. However, the parents and loved ones will always miss their loved one. There is the emotional pain of the absence of the person or child, fear of what fate the person has met, and guilt.

A person has to adapt to events where the person would have been there, such as holidays and birthdays that pass by without this person. However, every day the loved ones of the missing person or child cannot help but wonder the fate of this person or child. However, support is the best answer.

For those who know a person that has a missing loved one, give them all the support you can, whether it is just by listening to them talk or helping hand out flyers. Additionally, keep an eye on such websites as National Center for Missing Adults and National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to see if there is any missing in your area.

However, if anybody has seen or knows anything about Zachary Pittman, please call the St. Tammany Sheriff’s Department at 985-726-7836 so that his family can have closure. However, if a person sees anybody that is missing, please call your local Sheriff’s Department to report that the person has been seen.