You know my name?

10 thoughts on “You know my name?”

  1. I had a friend that we just clicked after one comment on my Instagram post. We started talking for like 6month and throughout that 6months i didn’t know her name. Till the day I called her by her user name on Instagram, she laughed so hard when we spoke on phone. Names are kinda big deal though

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    1. Yeah, meeting that random person and clicking with them also amazes me. Whereas I have people that I have known for eternity and yet, we never went past stage one of the relationship ๐Ÿ˜‚. Thanks for reading and commenting ๐Ÿ˜˜

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  2. Lade! I know your name! ๐Ÿ˜Š I didn’t forget, and I have missed your posts. I was happy to see your post in my notifications! I’m taking a break from blogging, but I will be back in the new year. I hope I will see more posts from you, little sister. โค

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    1. I miss you more Tina. Yeah I noticed I have not been seeing your posts too. Can’t wait to have you back in the new year. How’s Christmas in Canada? I pray God wraps you and your family in his love this season.

      My big sister knows my name ๐Ÿ˜Šโ˜บ๏ธ I am blessed and I know it

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  3. It DOES FEEL GOOD when somebody knows your name from who knows where, and that’s why I always look at name tags. Calling a person by their names makes them feel seen, or better yet, acknowledged. I believe this is especially true when a person might feel that they are in a menial job, and you are being served by them. I enjoy letting them know that I personally don’t take them for granted, nor do I feel that they are less than just because I am being served by them. It makes for a more pleasurable experience all around.

    Admittedly, I could remember more names in other social situations than I do. It’s an “in the moment” experience for me, and if the person doesn’t do something memorable along with telling me their name, I almost instantly forget it. I tend to be louder than most people, and stand-out in more than one way, which is why I think that people remember my name. Memorable (not necessarily loud) is key!

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    1. Yes, I agree that calling a person by their name makes them feel seen. It’s an habit I am trying to build too although I am sort of terrible at remembering names ๐Ÿ˜ฃ. And unlike you, I am that quiet introverted girl so a lot of times, I don’t expect people to notice me to the extent that they know my name and when they do, it can be a surprise to me. But I am being more intentional about calling people by their names now. And I don’t take your comment for granted, I am sorry I just replied. โค๏ธ

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