Psychologists reveal absence doesn’t make the heart grow fonder in cases like Chelsea and Marc’s!
They might be in it for the long haul, but Chelsea Clinton and her husband Marc Mezvinsky aren’t helping their marriage by being away from each other! We told you how Marc reportedly left his job at NYC-based hedge fund G3 Capital and moved to the popular ski resort Jackson Hole, after just tying the knot with Chelsea this past summer. HollywoodLife.com found this to be quite odd, so we consulted with two experts who agreed — leaving your brand new wife for months on end is no good!
“For newly weds to be apart for extended periods of time is not thought of to be healthy,” Dr. Harris B. Stratyner, a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Mount Sinai School of Medicine says. “Usually, it is a time when people are trying to establish a pattern and continue a pattern to be together want to be together.”
Even though Chelsea has been flying out to see her hubby in Wyoming as often as she can, our other expert echoes Dr. Stratyner’s opinion.
“This is definitely a bad sign,” Beverly Hills psychologist Dr. Carole Lieberman says. “He seems to be struggling under the pressure of being a husband, especially knowing that Chelsea wants a baby … The first year of marriage is supposed to continue the honeymoon as long as possible.”