This morning I found myself in a strange situation. I was in a gym and was reading about a study and came across a name that could be harmful. I wondered if this had ever happened to you or your family or is it something that seems like a good idea at the time but may backfire. A few weeks ago I visited a friend. And it turns out she had a daughter who was having problems with having the name “F” in her name.
Yes, there is such a problem. Not only can it harm your health, it can be a potential issue from day one and it can get worse over time. In the moment, it is harmless. But what it can become is a nightmare. As a parent, you can’t forget that. You would do anything to prevent making a bad decision. The good news is that the likelihood is probably very small that it will ever happen.
If you think you have a problem with F, your probably in for a surprise! For starters, it can be a problem with family history, your language, or your nationality. For instance, the chances of someone who is from Germany in a US marriage are probably pretty high.
For the record, to address your specific concerns about family history, you have a strong likelihood of it as a result of your parents being German or French. In short, your likelihood is very small, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do anything to address your concerns. If you have any doubts, ask what language your parents are using while they were in Germany.