As the VIX increases with market volatility, will that increase the divorce rate for Wall Street tycoons?

As the VIX increases with market volatility, will that increase the divorce rate for Wall Street tycoons?
With the Dow falling, it seems that what is happening over in Europe is bad for the markets and threatens even the U.S. economic recovery. One has to wonder whether this will result in a rise in divorce rates for hedge fund managers and Wall Street traders?
According to the Wall Street Journal, “the Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index, or VIX, often called the “fear gauge,” jumped nearly 30% to its highest level since March 2009.” These jitters are sending traders in a tailspin, causing them to sell off “risky investments” in “emerging markets like Australia and Brazil” and buy up U.S. Treasuries and Japanese Yen. This sounds like a nightmare load of stress, doesn’t it?
With traders and hedge fund managers under siege in this volatile market their personal relationships and marriages are bound to be affected.  Their spouses’ “VIX index” must similarly be rising. Can their marriages survive this period of volatility? The answer to that may be that it depends: Is the worse behind or is it yet to come?
For those marriages that are already on the rocks, it is conceivable that if this volatility continues at work, it could spill over into the home and create chaos, havoc and a few divorces. For those marriages that are strong, these couples will likely survive this period of uncertainty and stress, inspite of the rising VIX. Of course, if the worse is behind, then, no harm no foul. Everyone will and should just hold tight and let these little ripples pass. Because everything will be just fine.
Let’s wait and see how this thing plays out.