You and your name
Have you ever said “you don’t look like a Sally” to someone? It’s true that some people don’t quite stick with the name they’re given. That’s why nicknames are for! Also, that’s why you have the legal right to change your personal birth name in your life. Also, do you consider that your name could […]

Have you ever said “you don’t look like a Sally” to someone? It’s true that some people don’t quite stick with the name they’re given.

That’s why nicknames are for! Also, that’s why you have the legal right to change your personal birth name in your life.

Also, do you consider that your name could have some special meaning in your life? That is somehow connected to your personality and character, the possibility and doors opened in your life, prosperity and social status?

An interesting study reveals that not only that a name can reveal all of the above, but also can influence our own choices made in our lifepath! Sounds amazing and almost unbelievable, right?

That same study revealed a remarkable discovery, maybe even based on laws against discrimination! In CV and resume information, an employer is more likely to hire a person who has a more “Caucasian” name, again proving the supremacy of the “white skin”.  Another interesting fact is that an easily pronounced name would make the person more socially compatible.

Boys who have girls names are usually depressed persons, which is kind of logical, but it’s not the same with girls given boys names.

Also, people who have short and uncommon names are more likely to become the most interesting people in the surrounding.

If you think about it, a name tells much more about the parent (or the godfather, depends who chose the name) than it tells about the person given.

As we’ve said, the person can change the name given to him, but a parent clearly was thinking seriously and deeply for the name. strong names, like Alexander, Gertrude, Cristopher, Alicia are given to babies, whose parents had high aspirations for them In the terms of social status and wealth. “Love childs” are given more easy and happy names, such as Lucy, Leo, Jane etc.

Psychology experts say that a name can make other to love you or hate you at the beginning! But, that doesn’t matter so much when you tend to know the person deeply.

What do you think? Do you agree with this study or you’ve had a completely different experience?

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