Dating a girl who has the same name as your sister
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Would it be weird to date someone with the same name as your sibling?
Never thought of that. I guess I would but if a girl had the same name as my mom I guess it may be kind of awkward. Well wouldn't the dating and relationshipoccur first? It wouldn't be like "Hey the relationship came this far but marriage is where I draw the line because of your name, I didn't consider any any iof thsbeforehand. It just suddenly dawned on me. Marriage wouldn't even be a factor becauseif the name were a problem the relationship would end before it could even escalate to the point of marriage.
I don't know why anyone would start any relationship with anyone if marriage isn't alreadybeing considered. Other than a tendency to favor erratic behavior. I dated a woman with the same first name as my mom for about 3 months, to top it off, she was about 10 years older than me. But then again, I address my older sister by "ate", which translates to "older sister".
I almost never call her by her actual name. My best friend though has gone out with 3 seperate girls who all have his sisters name. I joke around telling him he subconciously wants his sister. People have nicknames for reasons. Some people in myfamily have gone by names that are not at all similar to their real name since they were like four or five. S social standards. And in some cases. It'd be no problem if she had the same name as one of my siblings. It'd be a little awkward if she had the same name as my mom, but I'd get over it.
I wouldn't mind too much I guess. I'd just use a different nickname for him so I wouldn't confuse him with my dad or brother. If she really loved me she'd change her name. Plus, I have 6 brothers as well as a father, so I feel like I would be cutting out a large chunk of people if I had this requirement. Well I don't refer to my mom by her name. She's just mom. Mentally, the name is only slightly connected to her.
I connect other girls with the name first before I think of my mom. I don't see how it would be a problem. It would be a little weird though considering I'm named after my dad. It would be two generations in a row with the same names: Please Log In to post. This topic is locked from further discussion. My wife and my mom share the same middle name, if that counts. Pirate Follow Forum Posts: If I had plans to marry them in the first place, I can't say it'd bother me much. KidCudi37 Follow Forum Posts: Pirate This.
But at the end of the day a names just a name. I could create a nickname for her if it really bothered me.: Absolutely not. Probably not, but I do know someone who wants to marry someone with his exact same name. It may get slightly confusing, but I don't see any reason why not. Teenaged Follow Forum Posts: Yeah sure. In my case it would be my fathers name since I dont have a brother.
NoobisMaxcimus Follow Forum Posts: No way. It's just too weird. I have posted this exact thread with the same answer I am about to give I could never been in Yeah, my long-time girlfriend has the same name as my older sister. Its really not a big deal Sheena Follow Forum Posts: I really don't think it'd bother me Aside from it being strange you know friends and family would ridicule you at every turn.
You could always give her a new name, if her real name bothers yo that much,. No, but i think you should have a serious poll. That would just be too weird. What if you're a guy and your girlfriend has the same name as your dad? BlakcCrow Follow Forum Posts: I would. Its not THAT weird. I think that the name is sort of the last barrier to entry of all things. If the girl was awesome I wouldn't let a name ruin it but it would be a little weird.
Bonus question: I would've spelled it "Odin's Hammer" and transformed into a Norse God. Sure, my sister is really hot. Everiez Follow Forum Posts: Yes, I would. As long as it's mutual love and commit to achive happy life together. As long as I love her I don't see why her name would be a problem. Ceraby Follow Forum Posts: JadeNic Follow Forum Posts: Uhm, Yeah?
I don't really see the reasoning behind it being weird. It is just a name. But I've never heard of anyone named "Zina" before, I would've guessed it was short for Christina. I hardly doubt I'll find another girl named Shanaynayequa. The-Apostle Follow Forum Posts: My parents share their names with my aunt and uncle. Will2Live Follow Forum Posts: SeraphimGoddess Follow Forum Posts: That'd just be icing on the cake.
P [spoiler]: Bourbons3 Follow Forum Posts: It's not really a good enough reason to put me off marrying them I don't see the problem. I've already dated someone with the same name as my dad. Karl Follow Forum Posts: I don't see why not. There's lots of names that repeat and simply breaking it off with someone because they have your parents name sounds retarded to me. So I vote yes I would still marry them.
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Not only am I dating a girl with the same name as my sister (Sarah It was a little odd at first, but since I rarely speak to my sister, all is good. Would you date a girl who shared the same name as your sister? Girls. Would you want to date a guy who's sister's name is the same as yours? You know when.
Never thought of that. I guess I would but if a girl had the same name as my mom I guess it may be kind of awkward. Well wouldn't the dating and relationshipoccur first?
Not only am I dating a girl with the same name as my sister Sarah and spelled the same way we are getting married in July. It was a little odd at first, but since I rarely speak to my sister, all is good.
Would you marry someone with the same name as a sibling/parent?
By Lenny , July 17, in Off Topic. I have actually been slightly turned off to the name "Adam" as it is my sister's boyfriend's name. I don't think I would avoid dating someone named Adam exclusively because of this, but I might be less inclined. Is that weird? My sister is named lexi which is obv a very unique name and i dont think I would ever be able to get by it. I actually saw her name on a pornstar once while surfing for pr0n and went insta soft.
However, though a sibling relationship can have both hierarchical and reciprocal elements,  this relationship tends to be more egalitarian and symmetrical than with family members of other generations. Furthermore, sibling relationships often reflect the overall condition of cohesiveness within a family. Incest between siblings is most often short-term innocent sexual experimentation by children, but has been an intentional practice among some historical ruling families. The content and context of sibling relationships varies between cultures. People are encouraged to stay in contact and cooperate with their brothers and sisters, but this is not an obligation. Older siblings in these cultures are sometimes given responsibilities to watch over a younger sibling, but this is only occasional, with parents taking on the primary role of caretaker. In contrast, close sibling relationships in nonindustrialized cultures are often obligatory, with strong cultural norms prompting cooperation and close proximity between siblings. In India , the brother-sister sibling relationship is so cherished that a festival is held in observance called Rakhi. At this celebration, the sister presents the brother with a woven bracelet to show their lasting bond even when they have raised their own families. A relationship begins with the introduction of two siblings to one another.
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(Closed) Does anyone else have same name as FI’s (or husband’s) sister?
I have a rather common first name. Although she is married, she kept her maiden name. I know that if the situation were reversed, I might feel that way. This happened to my friend from high school. Although the sister is still in high school so her name might change in the future. This happened to one of my best friends. Unfortunately it was a HUGE pain for her cuz the sister had money issues and so collections people kept coming after my friend!
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Both it can be a little weird, but it only gets intolerable if you over complicate it. Great Idea! Our family has friends were the mom shares the same name as the daughter-in-law. It'd be weird to me. I think it'd be less weird the more common the name was.READING MY SISTERS CREEPY INSTAGRAM COMMENTS