Dating someone with same name as sibling


17-Sep-2020 05:25

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Dating is many things: Fun, funny, exciting, enlightening, and sometimes awkward, repetitive, and laborious. When I started counting how many first dates I'd been on in one year alone, I lost count at 20.

I was talking to a girl today and she was joking around saying how she could be my wife.

The weird thing was, she has the same name as my younger sister so I playfully said "ew, never" and when she asked why, I gave her the reason aforementioned. Would it be weird for you to date someone who has the same name as your brother/sister?

Maybe you can relate: When you first start dating, you're a ball of nerves because you're so afraid of feeling slightly uncomfortable or not having anything to say.

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Whether your date is looking for something more casual or is ready to settle down, it's always better to call it off earlier rather than further down the dating line when it has become clear you two are looking for different things out of a partnership. If we conceal our personalities or keep certain habits at bay to suit a situation, we aren't doing ourselves any favors since those things tend to reveal themselves sooner or later.

I've even left a first date early because of it, and while it was awkward, since we didn't have the same expectations or feelings, it saved both of us some trouble. Plus, wouldn't you rather be adored for who you are, rather than the person you're presenting?

The site goes on to advise, "Stay curious and ask questions about things you don’t know about, even if you worry you may sound silly to your date.

You never know where it may land you and sometimes it just may be Between taking an elbow to the trachea on a first hug, falling asleep at the dinner table, getting locked out of your apartment at the end of a date, forgetting your date's name, and literally lighting a table on fire, we've experienced every first-date nightmare you can imagine.

Of course, we have a much more fluid understanding of the term today, which simultaneously makes it more fun and less consequential and rigid—but it also tends to complicate things further.



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