Posts Tagged ‘find someone’

Like its name suggests, Mother’s Day is the day when mothers are celebrated in many cultures around the world. The day falls on a Sunday, usually in the Spring, and is the complement to Father’s Day, which is held later in the year.

Unfortunately, there is a group of women who are mothers, but are not recognized on Mother’s Day. These women are birth mothers, or women who birthed children and then gave them up for adoption. In the majority of families, it is the adoptive mother who enjoys the Mother’s Day celebrations. Birth Mother’s Day is a chance to honor this other important group of moms.

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Single, Married, or…

Thursday, April 11th, 2013

Ever wondered if you could confirm someone’s relationship status? Is that new guy or girl you met last weekend really single? Sadly, there are many people out there who keep their true relationship status private—more than you might think. But thanks to social media and search technology, the truth may be easier to find than you thought.

Whether you’re just extra cautious about a new love interest or you’re becoming increasingly suspicious of your romantic partner, PeopleFinders.com can help you become your own private investigator.

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Every generation has popular names. Just take a look at a list of baby names by year. It shows the traditional names that have hung on for years, as well as the one hit wonders that were only popular for a short period of time. For example, if you were born in the 1950s, there’s a high probability that your name is Mary, Linda, Michael, or James. Babies in the 1970s were most often named David, Jennifer, Christopher, or Michelle.

But what about the next generation? Who will young boys and girls search for 25 years from now? Hint – it probably won’t be Michelle.

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After high school, some of us go to college, move to a new area, join the military, or even get married and start a family. Naturally, old classmates and friends tend to lose contact over the years as life’s changes take them in different directions and to new places.

For many of us, high school was the most significant time in our young lives. The relationships formed in high school are often the ones we endear the most. Between sports, clubs, boyfriends, girlfriends, cliques, and more; memories from high school can last a lifetime. Yet all too often, we lose contact with those who influenced our lives the most. But in today’s age of technology, it has become easier to find the classmates, friends, and the loves you lost contact with years ago. PeopleFinders.com offers a quick and easy method to search for lost connections.

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Valentine’s Day – A Tale of Two Camps

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

There are very few days of the year that are as divisive as Valentine’s Day, with most people falling in one of two camps. There are those that look forward to it, and celebrate it fully. They embrace the idea of celebrating love and believe in Cupid and all that he has to offer. On the other side of the fence are those that think that Valentine’s Day is a manufactured holiday by the greeting card, chocolate, and flower companies. They feel that it is a way to generate extra money, and not only a personal affront to those who are currently not in a relationship, but that it is mean and cold-hearted for those that are single.

Valentine’s Day can be particularly difficult for those struggling to get over a lost love. While recent break-ups can be that much more painful on Valentine’s Day, it can also make people think about all the relationships they had in their life. In some cases, the most painful to remember are those where it feels like the one kindred spirit, the love of your life has gone. Instead of focusing on the pain and negativity of losing this person, Valentine’s Day can be the perfect nudge to finding and possibly rekindling that romance.

 

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