Posts Tagged ‘Friendship’

Reconciliation Day

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

Ever had a falling out with a good friend, significant other or family member? One that was so bad you both agreed to go your separate ways?

You probably thought about that person a lot, even after many years apart. You may have often wished that things could be different. And you might have decided that it was just too late.

April 2 is National Reconciliation Day. It’s a day when people are encouraged to put the past behind them, reach out and make amends.

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How long has it been since you’ve seen your old friends? Have you kept in touch with visits, calls, email or through social networks? Or have your cherished friendships slowly faded away?

What about your new friends? Do you spend time together? Or are you new friendships in danger of becoming nothing more than a memory?

May 15 – 20 is Old Friends, New Friends Week. It’s a time to rebuild relationships, strengthen friendships and make sure you’re not neglecting the important people in your life.

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A Year Of Anyone, Anywhere

Friday, May 28th, 2010

pf_blog_logoOn Saturday, May 29 2010, this blog – Anyone, Anywhere – celebrates its one-year anniversary!

What a year it’s been! We’ve covered a vast array of topics, brought up ideas on how PeopleFinders can make your life easier and enjoyed reading some opinionated comments from you. A few of our favorite moments include:

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A Lifetime Of Friendship

Monday, August 3rd, 2009

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In movies and TV show, groups of people effortlessly maintain close friendships for decades. In real life, it’s not that easy.

Friendship is simple, right? It seems like it should be one of the easiest things in life. The truth is we have to work hard to build and maintain friendships.

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A Day For Friends And Family

Thursday, July 30th, 2009

FriendandFamilyDaySunday, August 2nd is American Family Day; an opportunity to celebrate families all over this great nation.

American Family Day originated in Arizona back in 1978, but word of this special time has since spread throughout the United States. Some organizations are working towards turning the first Sunday in August into a nationally recognized holiday, and they are calling for people from every part of the country to help make this a reality. Their mission involves preserving traditional family values, and they hope to remind people about the importance of a solid family structure for young and old alike.
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