Dating someone with the same name as your sister
So, I've recently started seeing this really great guy. It's not a major issue.a minor thing that makes me go 'ick' sometimes, if I think about it. Could you be involved with someone who had the same name as a parent/guardian? I did for years, and not only did he have the same name as my Dad but he looked like him and in many ways acted like him too. I tease him that he's off the hook if he accidentally calls out the wrong name, but he assures me that he has us straight.I dated a girl who had the same first name as my mother. It was only odd at first, and later if my Mom referred to my Dad by his given name and I'd have to wonder who she was talking about. : DI'm living with a guy with the same name as a horrible ex of mine. Especially since there was a break in time but no other relationships to speak of between them.Then, my wife's sister got divorce and, get this, married a guy with the same name as me. My mom's given name is sort of out of style, but it's fairly well known even so.I think it wouldn't make much of a difference if a girl had my mom's given name.
And, after only two or three days, I've gotten a lot more used to calling my guy by his name and not thinking of Dad. I was dating a woman who had the same name as one of my sisters - pretty common name, no problem at all - and the two personalities were completely opposite, proving that the name itself was no signifier.I was in a class that, for some reason, had about 4 or 5 students in it who had either the same given name as my mom or a slight variation. But on the other hand, Edward isn't a terribly common name for men in their mid-twenties to mid-thirties, so I don't think it'd be much of an issue for me. I think if we took a poll, a lot of people would have Mom issues such as that. Perhaps you're thinking of a different odd thing, though.I was attracted to several of them and one of them, who was one of the "same names", I was really attracted to. Try dating someone with the same name as a sibling.. When I was in high school one of my friends dated a guy with the same name as her brother - Mike. Well, I figure I wouldn't date a guy who looked like my Dad. But heck, if I ever meet me a nice available nerd, it would sure be nice if his worst defect would be having "James" for a firstname!Perhaps if it's very common, you learn to deal with knowing a lot of different people with that name.I agree, dating someone with a sibling's name would be incredibly weird.
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the words "Oh, Lorraine" could only have a paradoxical effect at a moment of pleasure (shudder, and not the good kind! Athena is named after his father which is coincidentally my father's name, too). My mom's name is Mary but is alternately known as Mary, Marie, and Maria and there is no way I am going to cut myself off from all the women with those names, especially considering I'm a bit fond of the nationalities that usually employ them. As for sisters, the first girl I ever kissed shares my youngest sister's name and it never even dawned on me until this very moment.