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a realistic probability of reproducing." Id. In this case, the juvenile judge did not find that Susan C. was a risk to the community and the congregation's children, but rather found that she was a risk to herself and that she was suicidal. It did so despite the fact that there was no evidence that Susan C. had ever exhibited any suicidal tendencies or had attempted suicide. The judge also found that Susan C. was a threat to herself because of her perceived lack of "economic independence." Although the judge relied on the fact that Susan C. lacked economic independence, the judge did not, and indeed could not, find that Susan C. had actually done anything to indicate that she lacked economic independence. ¶63 The juvenile judge is required to "make specific and well-supported findings of fact" before concluding that a person is an actual threat to himself or herself or to others. In re Commitment of G.R.B., 2006 WI 94, ¶37, 293 Wis. 2d 1, 716 N.W.2d 852.