‘I live in an Instagram photoshoot’: Man can’t stand influencer’s wife’s obsession with ‘aesthetics’ and asks for divorce
A happy marriage requires compromise. It could mean giving up something or adapting to what is important to your partner.
But some marriages do not stand the test of time.according to 2020 dataAccording to the United States, the divorce rate was 2.3 per 1,000 total population. Ending unions is not uncommon. However, the reasons behind it are different for each family.
disappointed redditor shared their story About how they discovered they were part of a sad stat. User u/killicicle opened up about how the couple’s relationship completely changed after having a child. Naturally, everything changes when a child joins the family. But his social media-addicted wife became more concerned with creating the perfect facade for her followers than anything else. Ultimately, it put an unbearable burden on her household budget.
Fed up husband reveals why he’s divorcing his social media-obsessed wife
Image source: Tatiana Sirikova (not actual photo)
Image source: Tatiana Sirikova (not actual photo)
Image source: Kirishikuru
The Internet is flooded with information on a wide variety of topics, and parenting is no exception.according to Pew Research CenterNearly 60% of moms and dads who use social media find useful parenting-related information on social media.
But the online world can also harm family relationships. study show Using certain online networking platforms can negatively affect marriages and even lead to divorce. It’s a powerful tool, but it’s also a blessing and a curse at the same time. It’s easy to rekindle a relationship or start a new one, but it can also lead to infidelity.
according to the analysis Among law firm cases, Facebook appears in one-third of divorce cases. Users tend to share large amounts of personal information, making it easy to get up-to-date information. Sadly, it can also bring out the dark side of your significant other, as data can facilitate snooping and create mistrust.
The Pew Research Center found that one-fifth of those who agreed that Internet use affected their relationships said the impact was negative. He also said that 4% of his combined internet users admitted to being upset with his partner’s online girlfriend’s activity. However, it doesn’t always have to be online that technology causes friction between partners. The survey found that a quarter of his mobile phone users see their partners distracted by their phones when they are spending time together. Just as the camera distracts her OP influencer wife to have a good time with her family.
Influencers may miss out on, or generally miss important events, even when trying to capture the best angles of their lives. study show They use their mobile phones for about 9 hours a day. Screen time like this is probably enough to keep some things from going unnoticed.
The rise of social media has fueled the growth of influencer culture. According to Statista, the global influencer marketing market will grow from US$1.7 billion in 2016 to US$16.4 billion in 2022. By promoting a particular product or service, it creates a trend, often with the help of which a large audience follows. -Social media. This ensures the popularity of a particular online his platform and people, creating a cycle that results in a constant influx of information.
Thanks to modern technology, one device is enough to receive a large amount of information basically anytime and anywhere. We check our phones and computers all the time and are flooded with notifications, unanswered emails, and anything else that needs immediate attention.or at least our brain says so After noticing the notification.According to recent data, the average person spend more than 3 hours Receive around on their phone 46 push notifications per day. Much of what we spend our time and attention on is provided by the online personas we choose to follow or admire.
As more and more people social media addiction, the influencers we admire must keep pace with delivering engaging content. That means a constant creative process and capturing every moment. It can be hard for those around you. Some people don’t feel comfortable sharing their lives, and others, like the case of redditor u/killicicle, can’t feel at home in their own homes and suddenly feel like they’re on a movie set.
The restrictions associated with the constant recording of their family became too much for OP. In the end, he decided to divorce his wife. Her wife seemed more interested in her followers than in her daughter’s milestones. After the birth of the child, social values and views towards his media presence differed greatly, resulting in an unhappy relationship. According to a study of reason for divorcefalling apart is one of the main causes of such endings.
Sadly, influencers often create unrealistic expectations, whether it’s family or other related topics. A perfectly clean house and dinner that looks like the pages of a recipe book isn’t always real. And his Reddit post is just one example of how the other side of the screen feels more like an “aesthetic” than life.