The Tictoker Martha Chacon, born in Yuma, Arizona, He decided to speak without filters about his experience with the celebrity “The American Dream”, especially from the perspective of the Latin audience.
Despite moving to another country, in this case, the United States always entails a certain amount of mourning and weirdness, in general many Latinos They tend to idealize life in the United StatesOr at least that’s what this young woman thinks, who spoke of how “overwhelming” this experience can be.
despite Cultural clashes are inevitableEspecially if one considers that he grew up all his life in a country with other social customs and traditions, it does not cease to amaze.
Through a video on your account @53Martha He told how monotonous his life had become since he began living in the US.. the reason? From your point of view , People always focus on their work and other professions.
The creator shared her feelings with the entire virtual community, as she was tired of the situation and wanted to make it clear that this experience is probably not what everyone imagined: “There are no ways to interact with others, so life becomes very boring.‘, he began to say and then explained that he had this view due to the constant routine and lack of time for leisure.
As he considered, between work, school and homework, Different people prefer to remain independent And do not interact with others so as not to waste your time. Socialization, for her, is Down the list of most priorities.
In this sense, I stand in solidarity with all Latinos who are also living the American dream In a different way: “I imagine a lot of people have Like me, bored and lonely“, is over.
Although many foreigners claim that Immigrating to the United States was the best decisionFor others it is the opposite. This is explained in the comments section of Martha’s video, as Most of the users who interacted with it agreed They also told their own experiences.
Someone revealed the classic proverb when a person has everything, but at the same time feels that he has nothing: “Going to live in the United States as a teenager was one of the worst experiences.One user said that my life, even with certain perks or benefits, has been emotionally very poor.”
But he was not the only one who shared his bad experience, many even hinted that the majority do not dare to reveal the truth behind the idealization of the “American Dream”. “It just happens to me, I’ve been here for a year, I’m going to be 19 and everything has been very difficult,” “I assure, and the breaks are sleeping and washing,”I assure you it is very stable“Very certain,”Finally someone who understands meSome comments were.