Namezook Research Shows Direct Link Between Name and Love
AUSTIN, Texas, March 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Kerrie Hopkins, internationally acclaimed Onomalogist, is saving “lonely singles” money, time and heartache by introducing research subjects to better suited partners. Research shows the average woman dates 24 men and will spend more than $3,000 to find “Mr. Right.” Hopkins intends to change that statistic and anticipates the results of her latest study will parallel the positive results from her previous studies where couples were successfully matched, married and are now parents.
Hopkins uses her unique discipline of Anthroponomastics to examine and predict behaviors of individuals based on perceived expectations of their name characteristics and matches compatible couples.
Jennie and Steve Bersani related, “Kerrie knew we were perfect together, before we ever knew! We let her fix us up & now we’re happily married and have a new son Vincent – Kerrie totally knows what she’s doing.”
Major networks like ABC, the BBC, TLC, E! Entertainment, and FOX already use Hopkins’ research to add commentary on TV shows like “Dancing With The Stars,” as well as world events and pop culture.
Hopkins used the popular names “Michael” and “Jennifer” and their associated traits to demonstrate the use of her method. Hopkins explained, “‘Michaels’ are associated with these denominators: communicative, goal oriented, witty, problem solver, puts own interests first. The name ‘Jennifer’ is associated with these denominators: people pleaser, friendly, seeks others’ approval to feel validated.” She continued, “‘Jennifers’ guard their private lives and hate to feel vulnerable. Image is very important to her, so she projects appearance of a ‘balanced life’ to the outside world.”
Hopkins says, “‘Michael’ will be the communicator, ‘Jennifer’ will accommodate. He will diffuse conflict with his wit, she will diffuse conflict with compromise. Both will deflect anger for different reasons: Jennifer hates criticism, Michael hates drama. Michael has ambition, he won’t want to change Jennifer but he does want her to continue to grow and learn as he likes to make life an adventure. As long as Michael shows appreciation, Jennifer will be content and a team player. However, shorten her name to Jen, and the two will butt heads because they both need to have things done their way.”
To participate in a future study, submit query to: Research@Namezook.com. Kerrie Hopkins is available for interviews, lectures or private consultations.
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