Hello, my name is ? Well, let me think. For 19 years, it was G—. I remember getting married and thinking briefly about keeping my maiden name in the new tradition in the late ’70s, but when my husband gave me that hurt look I dropped that idea and became accustomed to my new name. It was shorter and easier to write than my maiden name anyway.
In case it isn’t painfully obvious, I am in the process of a divorce. It is a no contest agreement between my husband and I, but no matter how much you try, issues keep arising that cause tension, anger and frustration. I took my maiden name back, and I will once again be Theresa M. Friederich in less than two weeks. Yes, no contest divorces are quick, easy and expensive. It only costs a few dollars to get married, but they really hit you with it when you want to get divorced.
Children are involved. We have three wonderful boys, ages 17, 13 and 8. Now the usual thing that happens is that the children stay with Mom, and Dad leaves and pays child support if you’re lucky. That’s not true in our case. We have a house we bought about five years ago and seven pets (if you count the rat). I haven’t worked outside the home in 12 years. My soon-to-be-ex (hereafter referred to as STBE) is a machinist in a local company and makes decent money. His first thought was to sell everything and split the money.
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- Cholesterol Drugs: In Wider UseA major study judging the benefits of cholesterol-lowering drugs in people with normal cholesterol has hit print, generating a new round of speculation about the proper use of these drugs, called statins. First presented at the American Heart Association meeting in November – and reported in our January issue – the study now appears in […]