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Can you recollect how it was when you were still at school? Say between age 12-16 for example. For this author that’s more than 60 years ago! The forming of special friendships which we rather naively thought were going to last forever. The laughs and times once shared together now banished to history.
In today’s totally different world with a different moral set, cultures, and values, its no wonder many of us look back with a yearning to step back (for a while) to those special long-gone times.
Many of the older generations perceive their youth as “golden days”. Certainly to them they were!
People Finder UK-basically:- find your lost friend
Many people today have a strong desire to reconnect with those magical times of early adolescence, and fun times spent together with their mates.
But as times have changed, especially with the day- to- day use of digital technology, our younger generation finds the concept of having to manually trace old friends somewhat bizarre.
Today they enjoy the digital era where there are no limits on geographical location.
Basically, today you need never lose any of your friends. They are stored digitally on a PC, mobile device. They are totally portable and the connection is never lost regardless of where you have moved to.
Many people from the baby-boomer era are keen to experience travelling back down memory lane.
Meeting up with a long lost friend offers a strong and fascinating insight to find out how life has treated their old friends. For example where they live today and who they are living with. Any children and or grandchildren etc. What do they think of the world today, and an opportunity to reflect on their shared past?
When remembering your formative years and the strong bond of friendship you once shared can seem a tragedy you lost contact with each other.
To compare how you view things today with that of your old friend, can be very illuminating As the memories begin to come flooding back reveals a “different take” on certain events with different perspectives.
Sharing these places and events is very heartening especially to elderly people. Quite often inducing a few tears as well as laughter and joy. In the case of a long lost sweetheart, it can bring some kind of closure.
How to Find a lost friend
We have covered this topic extensively on our website as well as blogs we posted.
However briefly, If you wish to track them down yourself we suggest you visit either your local reference or county library. From here you can find archive electoral registers, and versions of Kelly’s directories.
There are also a number of online sites (very few free) who can help you. Facebook is the one most people gravitate but we have found it pretty useless.
We could go on-an-on here. But really it depends on how much time you to can devote to the search. Funds permitting we suggest you might consider an organization which specialises in this kind of search. May we respectfully include in this our service as follows: https://friendsreconnected.co.uk/
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