I just don't get why folks like Hollis are influencers. I suppose looking pretty on camera (I.e., skinny and white) and having a big Instagram presence (i.e., posting all the damn time) does it for folks.
Look, not to be judgey, but it's on US to be more critical of the folks we allow to influence us. Does this person have any academic, professional, or life experience with any of this? And how old are they??? I'm sorry, but at 47, I'm not going to be taking a lot of "life advice" from someone young enough to be my kid. Not that younger people don't have wisdom and should be listened to...but how much experience with marriage does a 20-something *really* have? OK, I'll get off my soapbox now.