Sacramento, California (PressExposure) June 16, 2011 -- Sacramento, CA - June 16, 2011 - PeopleFinders.com (http://www.peoplefinders.com/), the premier online service that helps customers find anyone, anywhere plans to promote the spirit of Forgiveness Day on Sunday, June 26. Forgiveness Day is an opportunity for anyone to put the past behind them and rise above a damaged relationship.
PeopleFinders helps people reconcile by showing them how to reconnect with anyone from their past. The site provides current phone numbers, addresses and other information culled from public records. People can use this information to reach out to someone when they want to make amends.
It Can Happen To Anyone
We've all seen an argument or dispute turn ugly and devolve into a serious problem. The participants can get heated and overreact, and by then they may feel it's too late to turn back.
Friendships can be torn apart. Close colleagues can choose to go their separate ways. Families can be shattered. When a disagreement turns into a full-fledged fight, it can dramatically impact the participant's lives.
Living with Guilt
Far too many people have had a serious split with someone from their past. Sometimes an argument goes on for so long that the people involved can't even remember what they are fighting about. At the time it seemed so important, but now the participants may be filled with guilt and regret over the loss of a meaningful relationship.
Why live with guilt? The long-term effects of a guilty conscience can include feelings of anxiety and depression. Guilt can also result in low self-esteem and physical ailments. Over time, guilt can do some serious mental and physical damage.
Can You Find It In Your Heart To Forgive?
People feel guilt for many different reasons. Sometimes they can do something to change it. When guilt stems from the ending of an otherwise positive relationship, there is always a chance it can be fixed. But both parties must be willing to forgive.
To forgive someone is to let go and move beyond resentment, anger and bad feelings. Forgiveness involves starting over. It is a second chance. On Forgiveness Day we should all ask ourselves this important question: can we find it in our hearts to forgive?
Taking The First Step
Want to get rid of guilt, or to mend a broken relationship? It's up to you to take the first step. On June 26, Forgiveness Day, everyone is encouraged to find a way to forgive someone from their past. And when you can offer forgiveness and truly move on, the next step is reaching out.
If you haven't spoken to someone in years, you may not know where they are today. That's how PeopleFinders can help. Use the site to find current addresses, phone numbers, email and everything else you need to contact someone today. You'll have the option to get in touch however you feel is best, such as via letter, phone call or email. You'll never know how another person will react until you try, but the possibility of reclaiming relationships is well worth the risk. And Forgiveness Day is the perfect opportunity to start.