Reasons Not to Change Your Name After Marriage
  • You may have established yourself in a career and depend on name recognition for your business and reputation.
  • You may not believe in the politics of women changing their last names after marriage since men don’t have the same expectation.
  • Your identity may be closely tied to your name and you don’t want to lose your sense of self.
  • You may be the last person to carry on your family name and want to make sure it lives on.
  • Your husband’s last name may be difficult to pronounce or create an annoying joke when combined with your first name (ex: Mrs. Mary Christmas).

6 thoughts on “Reasons Not to Change Your Name After Marriage

  1. Save the marriage guy

    Thanks for the tips you’re talking about it so the rest of us can know! Definitely will keep in mind. But, what I finally figured out is, you got to bring about the place that first made it work early on and also avoid a lot of poor decisions we all do at first if you want to help fix your marriage

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  2. save a marriage man

    Glad that you’re talking about it so everyone else can know! Definitely will keep in mind. Also, what I finally figured out is, you have to bring about the situation that first made it work early on and also prevent a ton of mistakes we all make naturally if you want to help fix your marriage

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  3. Mrsormiss

    I still don’t know what to call myself after being divorced recently I’m Miss when I am working at school but i don’t won’t everyone to know that i am divorced. is it alright to call myself Mrs?

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