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Search for a person.
Search for a person how to find someone | going about tracking them down. A service dedicated to assisting those on a mission to reunite with an old friend.
Our finding people search for a person services, extends right across the entire UK. We also occasionally undertake overseas assignments. In particular, ex-pats living on distant shores. Especially those from Australia and New Zealand.
Search for someone.
As well as finding old friends we unearth first loves, old school friends, military, college and university. As well as childhood friends/sweethearts.
There are in life certain special old friends who sometimes and somehow are inadvertently overlooked.
Then before you know it they go missing from your life. Sadly being such old dependable and stoic friends we sometimes and quite shamelessly take them for granted.
Search for a person is something we enjoy helping you with.
The old saying “familiarity breeds contempt.” To search for a person is what we live for every day, . Finding your absent Friends is something we have a very good habit of succeeding at. Indeed, tracking Down An Old Friend is a speciality of ours.
Remember things that you once shared together back in the day. For example, you both excelled in maths or a shared a liking of table tennis, holidays together with each other’s parents. Isn’t it saddening that today not only is your youth lost forever, but many of the old friends you once shared it with too.
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Search for a person. Memories of how you became nearby roommates at college helping each other with homework etc. Commiserated when your latest”date” never worked out. Frequently putting the world to rights, especially when having “one too many” drinks together at the bar. What about Glastonbury 1970 you remember being there with me?
Today, if you did manage to find your old friend’s the chasm in outlook and aspirations, could be massive. But so what!
Search for a person does have its ups and downs. You may have moved on, mentally and intellectually. Whereas your friend might be more locked into the past. We repeat-But so what!
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You are grown up and married your status and perceptions may have changed. Perhaps being married to some high-flying entrepreneur and living in a lovely house with a flash car. Taking lots of exotic holidays children in a private school etc.. Conversely, your old friend could be living in relative poverty. Or, it could be completely the opposite and the good fortune has shone more on your friend than you.
Either way why not reach out to them. Show them that today they are just as important as they were then. Maybe even more so.
Finding Your Absent Friends
Moreover, either one of you may inadvertently are mentally and intellectually still stuck at the same level as when you were teens. The jokes and humour you both enjoyed then, one of you might no longer find so funny. When you were young at school and later in teens, shared everything together. Then possessing a mutual kindred spirit and the same brand of humour. Thus, forever making each other laugh.
Today they either you or they could have a full dinner diary and cocktail parties.
Indeed you or your friend may today have Lots of sophisticated friends. Does that mean no time for your old friend? Shame on you as your old friend is probably worth 10x the value of the superficial current ones.
The ones who would drop you in the blink of an eye if you fell on hard- time. You may well learn that one day!
Life has taken you on diverse and different routes. But they are still your old friend
The contrast in our daily lives couldn’t be starker.
Neither of you knows too much about each other worlds today. Indeed, quite likely if by chance your paths crossed you would probably think “yes a nice enough person” but nothing more.
Say yes to reacquaint and regularly meeting up again with your oldest friend. Apart from being an energising experience, it provides a link to your past, mirroring an earlier version of oneself. Reminding us of who you once were.
Time with a long lost friend
Enables you to re-evaluate your past and the different paths you have taken.
Seeing glimpses of life’s evolution painful experiences and what were the really important things in life.
Some of which became forgotten/clouded along the way. Your old friend is the gatekeeper in defending and preserving those important memories you accumulated.
Old friends provide a window to the myriad of elements which make up human behaviour.
As we move along the various routes in our life, we tend to embrace “today” thus jettisoning our “Yesterdays”. This can unconsciously mean discarding people, and places, from that era of yesterdays.
People can be very ungrateful. Remember at how you were age 15?
Turn the clock forward 25 years and the behaviours then is a highly embarrassing blot and shameful.
Reconnection with an old special friend creates a warm atmosphere.
Indulging in spending an enormous amount of time with one special friend. The one who was your soulmate, who you could share any thoughts with.
Twenty-five years on and married with two kids the temptation to fantasise about being a teenager once again, returns. Being footloose and fancy-free.
Naturally, we learn something new from every phase/passage in our lives.
Today giving us the ability to reflect and see things sometimes in a different light. Indeed recollections how it was then and see how you have changed today, physically and mentally.
Having a past is invaluable to enable people to try and learn from early mistakes.
A boss will remember starting out as a humble and naive employee. Parents often draw on their earlier negatives experiences along the way. To appreciate how much unfairness can affect a child.
To remember what it was like as a child to be embarrassed when entering a sweatshop without sufficient pennies in their pocket to be able to pay the cashier.
Now grown up and remembering what it was like then. The ability to show empathy. The ones who so easily are at risk of being forgotten in today’s frantic selfish society.
If anyone is contemplating reconnecting with an old friend we can help professionally or advise if you are undertaking the task yourself.