Baby name, parents
The survey results showed that children who have names that are suitable for both girls and boys are more likely to behave than boys, be wrong In addition, by accompanying university students, the researchers found that girls with more female names opted for advanced courses in the humanities, while women with a unisex name were more likely to choose exams.
Research also showed that there is a strong connection between liking the name and self-esteem. According to another researcher in the study, Jean Twenge, those with high self-esteem generally like the letters that are in their names, especially the first letter, when they undergo psychological testing. The scientists said the name could be a reflection of the parents' lifestyle. The parent who wants the child to stand out socially and gives his child an unusual name probably has a parental style that emphasizes the child's uniqueness, for example.
Parents usually come to realize these later. As the Bounty website shows, a fifth of the study participants' parents wished they had chosen an easier spelling name and one in 10 thought their name was clever at the time, but said the novelty had worn out later. Choosing the Best Name
When choosing your baby's name, you can follow a few steps so you do not make mistakes. Check out some tips:
See the meaning:
Some say that the name is like a talisman, able to determine the fate of who carries it. Believing it or not, it is always worth investigating the meaning of the name before choosing, even if it is for tie-breaking effect between the candidates;
The name may suggest the origin, cultural context, the place where the child was born. David and Sarah are clues to Jewish ancestry, for example. Old costume, other names resemble the month in which the baby was born, case of Julio (July) and August (August). Reflect on the brands you want (or not) that your puppy carries; Beware of tributes:
Artists, athletes, political leaders and characters from books, novels, and movies are always a source of inspiration. But you have to have common sense. In the future, her rock star daughter may dislike the name "Sandy"; It's not always good to innovate:
Originality is welcome, but not overdone. The line separating the cute from the weirdo is very subtle when it comes to invented names. Think the name needs surviving for decades. That is, 50 years from now, your child will continue to carry it, for good or ill. Name or nickname:
It is our culture to reduce names or give people nicknames. Take this into consideration as well: a very large, complicated or odd name may be little used, because it will be easier to call by the nickname. Worse when the name gives rise to nothing pretty nicknames. Think of all the possibilities!
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