A professional football player who helped lead his team to victory in this year’s Super Bowl championship game has recently filed for divorce from his wife. The couple has known each other since high school and attended college together, but married just two years ago after graduation. Shortly after their 2012 nuptials the then-college football player was signed to the Seahawks as a quarterback. As a new recruit his original four-year contract amount was rather low compared to other players in the same position on the team, but after this year’s excellent performance on the field many imagine that his renegotiation will be for a much larger amount.
A new study claims that frequent use of Twitter can increase one’s likelihood of emotional or physical infidelity and could lead to divorce. The study asked questions about Twitter use and infidelity to 514 participants. The same author published a study on this issue as it relates to Facebook use last year and reported similar findings.