Missing old friends and family? The New Year is rapidly approaching, and there’s never been a more perfect time to reconnect.
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At some point we’ve all wanted to find and reconnect with someone. There may come a time when you hope to find somebody … but can’t quite remember their name.
Maybe it’s a friend you remember from childhood. Or a person you only met once. Perhaps it’s someone who wrote down their contact information for you – but you misplaced it accidentally.
Whatever the reason, trying to find someone when you can’t quite recall their name can be very frustrating.
It seems as if with all of the available technology, finding someone would be easy. Doing a quick people search can help you find relatives, old classmates or friends. There are cases, however, when it seems as if loved ones fall off the face of the Earth and there is no hope of finding them.
What Is The International Day Of The Disappeared?
The International Day of the Disappeared was started with the hope of finding those lost in war, conflict, violence or no known cause. The hope is to bring together families and loved ones torn apart from life’s most unusual events. In many cases, those missing are military personnel, though they may also be civilian victims of the war as well. This annual day of remembrance held on August 30th highlights the struggles of loved ones, and recognizes the importance of finding and bringing home the missing. Volunteers and others devoted to the cause have made it a point to offer services in many countries of the world.
The bright neon faux grass. The multi-colored plastic eggs. And most any type of candy you can imagine.
Easter finds us on Sunday, April 8. People across the country will share this holiday with family, friends and colleagues. It’s also the perfect time to reconnect with people from your past.
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.
When you see the phrase personal communication these days, you might be inclined to think about electronic devices. Technology makes it easier than ever for people to stay connected. We can email, tweet or Facebook each other, find friends on Foursquare, and constantly check the current status of everyone we know. Our communication tends to happen on laptops, smart phones and personal tablets.
These are all great ways to keep in touch. But these same methods of connectivity may also be diminishing the act of one-on-one interaction. And nothing beats the simple exhilaration of two people talking to each other on the phone or in person.
Family! Friends! Loved Ones! Sunday, August 7 is your day.
The first Sunday in August is American Family Day and National Friendship Day. This day was meant to be spent with the people you love.
Jennifer Darmon is a determined woman. She set out to do something millions of women have done before: walk down the aisle on her wedding day. But Jennifer had a major obstacle to overcome. She has been paralyzed since 2008.
Imagine being separated from your family. Years go by without contact. You wonder where they live, if they’re doing well, and if they ever think about you.
This Wednesday is National Tell A Story Day. To get in the spirit, we’re happy to share a real-life story with an ending that filled our hearts with joy.