How Our Names Shape Us

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How Our Names Shape Us
Do we become our name or does our name become us? Dissecting names to discover hidden meanings.


Do we become our names or do they our names become us? Both. Each name carries a gift and each a challenge. We don’t get one without the other. Thus, our names have great influence over whom we will become, yet doesn’t dictate the outcome as we constantly are choosing which side of the various characteristics we wish to display. The first letter in the first name indicates our first impressions of someone while our lasting impression is that which we acquire from the last letter in the first name.

The next time you are asked who are you, and you respond with your name, think about how your name and you are synonymous.
 

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Sharon Lynn Wyeth

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Sharón Lynn Wyeth
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Location: Hailey, ID
Credentials: BS, MA
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