Woman Contemplates Divorce After Tying the Knot with Herself and Spending Just One Day Together

Sofi Maurewho, a young woman from Argentina, recently made headlines when she announced her decision to marry herself. At just 25 years old, she donned a long white veil and a gold tiara, and shared photos of her solo wedding on social media.

While some of her followers expressed support and admiration for her self-love and independence, it seems that Sofi’s marriage to herself was short-lived. After spending just one day in her own company as a newlywed, she took to social media again to announce that she was already considering divorce.

In her original announcement, Sofi shared that she had even bought a wedding dress and baked a cake to celebrate her big day. However, it appears that the reality of being married to oneself wasn’t quite what she had imagined. Just a day after her solo wedding, on 20 February, she declared that divorce was imminent.

“Update: One day I’m married to myself and I can’t take it anymore, I’m seeing how the divorce issue is just in case,” Sofi wrote on social media.

While it may seem like a humorous and lighthearted story, Sofi’s decision to marry herself and then quickly seek a divorce raises some interesting questions about the concept of self-love and the trend of “sologamy” (marrying oneself) that has gained popularity in recent years.

On the one hand, marrying oneself can be seen as a powerful expression of self-love and a rejection of societal expectations around traditional marriage and relationships. It can be a way of affirming one’s own worth and independence, and celebrating one’s own unique identity.

However, on the other hand, the idea of marrying oneself can also be criticized as self-indulgent or narcissistic. It raises questions about whether self-love can truly be achieved through external acts like marriage, and whether it is healthy to prioritize oneself over others to such a degree.

Sofi’s short-lived marriage to herself, and her subsequent decision to seek a divorce, may be seen as a cautionary tale about the potential pitfalls of sologamy. While it is certainly possible to love and prioritize oneself without going to such extreme lengths, it may also be worth considering the ways in which self-love intersects with relationships and connections to others.