Now that the holidays are over it’s time to find that special someone just in time for Valentine’s Day. Though online dating can be fun, exciting, and convenient, there is always a risk of running into a Catfish- someone who uses a false online persona to catch you. According to TheNextWeb.com there are up to an estimated 137.76 million fake profiles on Facebook alone- but you can avoid being Catfished (Or ending up on MTV’s Catfish: The TV Show).
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Going to a high school reunion this summer? How long has it been since you saw your former classmates? When you think about it, the answer might surprise you. After graduation we all go our separate ways. And it’s just so easy to lose touch.
This summer, people across the country will reconnect with friends they haven’t seen in more than a decade. Getting ready for a high school reunion can be an exciting experience. You’re eager to see everyone and reminisce about old times. But the weeks leading up to the big day can be surprisingly stressful.
Sometimes the thrill of catching up with classmates is overshadowed by feelings of apprehension.
How do you feel about Valentine’s Day? The holiday stirs up a myriad of mixed emotions. Some people see it as a romantic occasion to spend with their significant other. And some see it as a day to celebrate being single.
At PeopleFinders, we think of Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to share your life with all the people you love. Family, friends, spouses, significant others and everyone who brightens your world.
Maybe you’ve been looking for someone and had no luck. Finding people can be difficult. Sometimes people move frequently, change their phone number and forget to leave a trail of breadcrumbs to help you find them again.
And not *everyone* is on Facebook.
Ever wish you knew how to find people? PeopleFinders can help. Use these tips and our people search service to become a people finding pro.
You may be cooking, cleaning, eating, watching TV, playing games, helping the needy or participating in countless other activities. But whatever you’re doing, chances are you’re spending the day with others. Family, friends, maybe even a group of people you’ve never met before.
What are you grateful for? It’s easy to dwell on the negative things in life. Our days get so hectic that most of us don’t have time to stop and think about all the little moments that make us smile. That’s why we’re celebrating World Gratitude Day.
In 1965 a group of dignitaries from several nations enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner together in Hawaii. They discussed the concept of creating one day each year to encourage people to focus on things that make them happy. All the attendees agreed to take this idea back to their home countries. From then on, September 21 was recognized as World Gratitude Day.
The founders of this happy holiday suggest spending it with family and friends, and meditating on things that bring you joy. Whether you share these thoughts with others or keep them private doesn’t matter. The point is to concentrate on the positive side of life and express your gratitude.
Look back on your life. How many relationships have been hurt or destroyed by misunderstandings and arguments? For most of us, even one is too many.
We all have issues with other people from time to time. It’s human nature. But sometimes even minor disagreements are allowed to fester for years. They can ruin great relationships and tear loved ones apart. If we really look inside ourselves and ask which is more important – being “right” or saving the relationship – then we’ll probably want to fix things fast.
August 25 is the perfect opportunity.
In 2008, a 3-year-old boy named Peng Wenle was kidnapped. It happened on the street in front of his family’s small business. The boy’s father, Peng Gaofeng, feared he’d never see his beloved son again.
Walter is a 42-year-old coach at Wake Forest University (WFU). He’s always been known as someone who does everything possible for his kids. He gives his time, knowledge, experience, and in February 2011, Walter even gave his kidney.
You can’t turn away from the screen. The images are disturbing. Shocking. But you can’t look away.
The events are happening now, but somehow they don’t seem real. They feel like something from a war movie or disaster film. And they never seem to end.