I've been married for 38 years, soon to be divorced from a cold, uncaring, unloving bastard that I can't believe I'm grieving over. The divorce papers are being drawn up now and the question is do I take back my maiden name. I never liked how my first and last name went together (they rhyme) ugh. so I was happy to change my name when I married. Now when ever I sign my name I think of him and wonder if I should change it. I'm having too much of an identity crisis now to change my name too. anybody out there who has been married this long and faced this problem?
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