“Two people from broken homes being rushed into marriage is disaster awaiting,” one fan wrote
When it comes to the couples in “Married At First Sight,” honeymooners aren’t always in love, as that’s often when the couple have all the important conversations about their past and future. These conversations are crucial as couples face the reality that they are no longer strangers but husband and wife.
Miguel and Lindy weren’t shy about jumping head first into the process. The couple quickly struck up bigger talks and both Miguel and Lindy seem determined to try and make things work. But as they grappled with their past, it became clear where their attitude toward their marriage came from.
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Miguel told Lindy about his family life, explaining that his parents divorced when he was young and that he stayed with his father during that time. He spoke about his relationship with his mother and how he felt abandoned early on and how everything changed when he realized she was dealing with schizophrenia. Lindy also spoke about how her parents divorced early on and how she ended up spending a lot of time with her then-boyfriend, which prompted her to re-evaluate what real relationships are like. And while Lindy and Miguel hoped to communicate more, fans were concerned that their past could be a barrier to their future.
“Miguel and Lindy are really going to form a trauma bond #MarriedAtFirstSight #MAFS,” said one fan. “Lindy and Miguel are just built into each other’s trauma #BoycottAliMarriedAtFirstSight #mafs #marriedatfirstsightsandiego #MAFSsandiego,” added another. “Two people from broken homes being rushed into marriage is a catastrophe waiting to happen. #MAFS #MAFSsandiego #MarriedAtFirstSight,” one fan wrote. “Lindy’s a little annoying idk why like she’s sweetheart but something about her is like…I think it’s the cadence she speaks it is like she’s doing that annoying sing song special talk #MAFS #MarriedAtFirstSight,” added one fan.
“I just want to know if you’re going to spend this ENTIRE HONEYMOON TALKING and NOT ENJOYING the MOMENT!!! #MAFSsandiego #marriedatfirstsightsandiego #MarriedAtFirstSight #mafs,” said another. “It’s a depressing conversation. There’s a whole blue ocean behind you. LOOK INTO THE JOYFUL LIGHT!!! #MAFS #MarriedAtFirstSight,” tweeted one fan.
Season 15 of Married at First Sight airs Wednesdays at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime. You can also stream the series on Philo and FuboTV. You can also check out previous seasons on the Lifetime website.
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