The Japanese Portal Livedoor News published an opinion article by pointing out that a woman requested help in networks because she considers that her husband's addiction to play and buy items from Uma Musume: Pretty Derby is unpleasant.
"It is normal even for married couples having" incompatible hobbies ". However, when it reaches levels in which they can not go unnoticed, they become a factor that can break a relationship. At the beginning of June, I received a direct question through a comment forum: "My husband's pastimes are unpleasant," she said. "
"In the publication, the anonymous woman wrote:" My husband is an addict to Uma Musume: Pretty Derby, who recently had an anime, and has been buying all kinds of figures and keychains of the characters. " When one of the participants pointed out that "it was a healthy pastime, without harming anyone" the woman she replied: "I do not like the decorations of Girls Moe in my room. I think they are unpleasant and I really do not want to have anything to do with them. " She concluded asking: "Like her couple, do I really have to deal with this?" ».
«In the comments section, many pointed out that this type of hobbies must be allowed in a relationship:" If it is a way in which your husband releases his stress and is not affecting the economy of the home, then leave it in peace "and" if Outside your husband who told you that he does not want you to be a fan of something, how would you react? " In addition, suggestions such as "psychologically an addiction, I think it would be good if they had a talk about it" and "establishes a series of rules so that their pastime does not affect your daily life" they were also written "
«The entry into the comment forum closed with a warning that will surely be taken into account by women in the future:" For anything, keep in mind that social games have elements of gacha, so you should be careful with that. There are people who spend hundreds of thousands of yen a month alone in that "».
Source: Livedoor News
© Line Corporation