Anjanette Young can't shake Feb. 21 out of her memory. It was a Thursday night, her night for self-care in her safest place – her home. She looked forward to relaxing with an episode of "Grey's Anatomy" awaiting her. Even her family and friends don’t contact her on Thursday nights, she joked.

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