"Different doesn't mean better or worse, it just means different." I strive to live and remember this every day, though for some reason when the topic arises of keeping your last name in marriage, many people are unable to respond in the light of this illuminating quote.
What's in a name? Quite a bit, actually.
In most cases, the wife ends up taking her husband's name.
I intended the article to be a sweet little love story, but it certainly hit a nerve bigger than the sciatic. And I get it. The decision whether to take your spouse's last name, keep yours, combine both or pick a new one entirely is an important one.
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By Mandy Walker for YourTango.com I consider myself a feminist. And yet, I took my husband's name when I got married over
HuffPost Weddings Associate Editor Stephanie Hallett joins us to discuss the new trend of a man taking his wife's last name, and Jay-Z's cultural impact by doing so.
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For her, keeping her name was a no-brainer, both professionally and personally (she also preferred her last name to her husband’s