I put a lot of energy into finding a title for one of my poems. Often, that title search takes longer than composing the poem. When I write the poem, I let it all hang out in a way. The words and images hit the page and, then I let the poem stand with a tweak here and there. When it comes to finding a title, I feel more pressure trying to contain the essence or thrust of the poem in a few words. Chasing that elusive title can be a challenge for me.
If someone would ask me to find the right title for the poem of "me" that encapsulates all that I am, I would have to call myself "Untitled."
Aren't we all happily untitled and loving the flux of just "being?"
Many, many, many positive and unique "titles" float all around you. Don't worry about trying to define yourself with one or two. Enjoy the idea that the true you can't be easily captured in a couple of definite words.
It reminds me of that dreaded interview question, "Tell me about yourself." I would love to answer, "Hang out with me for awhile. You'll get a sense of what I'm all about. Interact with me. Laugh with me. Observe me. Challenge me. I'm a human being. I can't be contained in a title or group of words."
Delight in the fact that we all are dynamic and untitled.