• My grandma gave me the nickname Morena like a birth gift that would stay with me forever. She gave it to me when she first hold me and saw me. Since August 12, 2000 I’ve been called Morena first by my grandma a

    • Hi Jazmin, it is interesting to know the story of your nickname. Culture as well as environment is a big and important factor. So how do you want to people call you then? Do you have a preference? I am on the opposite of your situation. Most of my friends and family members will call me by my nickname. I feel weird when people call my full name now.

    • Jazmin, I love your nickname and thank you for sharing it on here! I also love your real name. It’s very pretty. The history behind your name is really interesting. My grandma and many other family members have given me many nicknames and it’s always fun to be called something special. My close friends will call me by some of those nicknames too. It’s so weird how nicknames can stick so strongly haha. I hope you continue to embrace your name and nickname!! Keep writing!

    • Jazmin,
      It is very interesting to read about the nickname that is so close to your heart because it is something from your grandma. I never had a nickname like that given to me when I was little other than an abreviation of my name. Has anyone you do not know very well called you morenita? How did you react to it if someone has? I found a website with several blog posts about nicknames and the importance of them; you might find it interesting https://blog.une.edu.au/usingpsychology/2011/02/20/the-importance-of-nicknames/

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