When I was a kid, I wanted to be named Susie: cute, popular, contemporary — everything the sedate Pamela was not.
Then in college, the name I might have picked for myself was Daisy. Â Daisy was the carefree flower child, with long blonde hair and a battered guitar, I would have liked to have been.
Later, in a Jane Austen-reading period, I might have renamed myself the patrician-yet-quirky Eliza. Â And now? Â Well, while I’m thinking about it, let’s talk about you.
What new name would you give yourself right this very minute, and why? Â What does it say about your current taste in names and sense of yourself?
And what names might you have chosen in the past, and why? Â How has your taste in names and your feelings about what you’d like to be named changed over the years?
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