Married couple are labeled ‘toxic’ after sharing their highly controversial relationship ‘rules’ – from sharing their locations 24/7 to never being alone with a person of the opposite sex
A young married couple has faced criticism after revealing their “controversial rules,” which means they share their location 24/7 and are never alone with someone of the opposite sex. Newlyweds Jaden and Andy (pictured), recent graduates of Abilene Christian University in Texas, have kept their relationship going by adjusting strict “rules,” and while swearing by these injunctions, social media has criticized the young couple for saying they’re ‘toxic’ and ‘obsessive.’
The lovebirds regularly shared couples’ content, sharing a video that racked up over 7.3 million views and rocked social media users as the couple shared their “controversial” marriage rules. Captioning the video, “Controversial Things About Our Marriage That We Didn’t Realize Are Controversial,” the couple said they didn’t “realize” their regulations “would cause such a stir on TikTok.”
Jaden and Andy shared three of their wedding rules in the viral video, as they did multiple poses. ‘Share location on Life360’ read the text overlay and shared their first ‘weird’ line.
In another pose, the couple said they also share “all passwords” and have “no secrets.”
Finally, the couple stood side by side and shared their third line: “Don’t just hang out with the opposite sex.”
Users were shocked by their rules and even questioned their relationship, with many labeling them as “toxic” and “obsessive.”
This is the definition of lack of trust, every aspect of it,” said one. Another user added, “It’s obsessive lol.”
“Bad vibes on the latter, if you can trust the other partner there is no need,” said one person.
And while many couldn’t believe the couple followed such strict rules, others applauded them and even said they were doing the same.
“I agree with all these things and I am a marriage therapist,” wrote one viewer.
Another user added: ‘That’s not weird at all! My husband and I do the same! Leave no room for uncertainty.’
“We do the same,” commented one user. “I don’t see a problem with this, me and my husband are the same,” confessed another user.
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