After reading several books for a brief period of time I came across a problem and question that is of concern. When writing in first person, I am writing as if I am telling my story. As if I am becoming the character and telling the tale of my/the character's journey. Of course I am going to be using "I, am, me, myself" quite frequently. With the story I am writing I found that writing in third person brings a better perspective. Reading several books that are in third person it raised a problematic question. Focusing on the protagonist (Angela), I use her name often as well as (she, herself etc.) After reading through the first five chapters, I found that I am constantly repeating her name several times. It might be an oversight but how much is too much when following and telling the story of the protagonist. I have a feeling I am overlooking this issue but when following and telling the story of the protagonist is it acceptable to be overusing (he/she, character's name) when describing her actions, feelings and dialogue. How do I overcome this and what are suggestions to make it seem less repetitive?