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I would prefer Luna to Arwen in general, though.
October 27th, 2014, 09:20 AM
I haven't encountered any bugs; the design is lovely. Added a couple of names to my list. Thank you!
Я говорю по-русски, I speak English, je parle français, yo hablo español.
Russian is my native language and I guess I could say my Russian is perfect (I got the highest possible score on the state...
I would love to visit Tasmania! How do you usually travel to mainland Australia?
If anyone has any questions about St. Petersburg or Russia, I would be happy to help you. I've lived in Switzerland...
I love how your lists always feel so sweet and cozy; I think it's great that you stick to your favorites no matter what people say (I know you've got a lot of criticism on Doris and some of the...
(Can we all just take a minute to appreciate @opheliaflora and her awesome thread ideas?)
Calliope is growing on me; like Penelope, it feels whimsical and classic at the same time. I like how...
October 27th, 2014, 05:47 AM
Genevieve: I like Genevieve, even though it's not really my style. It's very gentle, elegant and sophisticated. Evie and Vivi would both make lovely nicknames. 7/10
Hattie: I adore Hattie as a...
Calder would be my favorite, it grew on me recently. I love how artistic it feels thanks to the Alexander Calder connection. I like Calvin, Cashel, Callister and just Cal on its own, too. Other ways...
I don't care about obscurity, even though I would prefer to use a name that is internationally recognizable, I have a lot of highly unusual names on my short list that I consider using one day. There...
Physical and mental disability is a very touchy issue. If you want to write about it, you should proceed with caution: even things intended to make your character seem good (successful,...
I would say that comes from Soviet era brainwashing. Commonness was praised, people were encouraged to like the same, wear the same, eat the same and pretty much lead identical lives. Product range...
October 20th, 2014, 02:00 AM
I think it would be helpful to summarize what maladaptive daydreaming is about. I'll try to do it now using the article I linked in the original post and what we've learned from each other's...
October 20th, 2014, 01:06 AM
@shvibziks, I'm so sorry to hear about your bad experience with the doctors. I've never told my psychologists/psychotherapists about my daydreams as it's very personal to me, too (however, I became...
October 20th, 2014, 12:54 AM
You are very welcome, I'm so happy you've found it helpful.
Like @geeknamezyo and @shvibziks have already said, maladaptive daydreamers know the difference between daydreaming and reality. When a...
October 20th, 2014, 12:46 AM
Thank you everyone for sharing your thoughts!
I think everyone daydreams from time to time, it's perfectly normal, but when it 'goes too far' (when it's extensive, extremely detailed and...
I'm thinking it has to do something with the overall conservatism. Children are more likely to be teased for an unusual name. Polina, for instance, was #15 the year I was born and I have only met two...
It depends on a combination, but usually I try to avoid it.
I love both names, but slightly prefer Daisy. However, I have to agree with you, I'm having hard time picturing it on a grown woman, but that, perhaps, is just because I've never seen an adult Daisy....
October 18th, 2014, 03:27 AM
What an intriguing name you daughter has!
Euphrasie (Les Misérables Cosette's real name.)
Such a sweet name. Congratulations!
Happy to see Sybil being used. You've got a wonderful sibset, congratulations!
Hey Jude, I'm loving your name! What a cool choice. Congratulations!
Congratulations! What a handsome meaningful name!
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