’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers finds that Natalie Mordetseva just wants her relationship with Mike Youngquist to work, so before they get married she’s wanting to go to a counselor to see if they can work on their issues. Honestly, this seems like a good idea because of how much tension there is in the relationship, Mike doesn’t seem like he wants to even get married.
Initially Natalie said it seemed like they would take another 45-90 days to get where they need to be and Mike seemed to be all on-board with that plan, but now that Natalie wants to buckle down and actually see a counselor and work on their issues together, again, Mike is getting cold feet.
’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers: Mike doesn’t see the point in counseling
Mike doesn’t want to actually get married, it seems. It seems he wants to stay in the perpetual state of engagement where he’s exclusive to Natalie but they don’t really publicize their relationship and no one really knows about it but Mike’s Mom, and they can’t really move forward.
It’s almost like Mike doesn’t want the town of Sequim to know that he’s engaged at all, and that this new Ukrainian woman is just his hot roommate that he took in and they’re totally not in love and all that.
I get that Mike is gunshy because Natalie’s already proven that she has no qualms about giving his ring back to him but at the end of the day, Natalie is the one being mature here and actually wanting to work through their issues. Mike is just wanting to bury them and hope for the best.
’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers: Yeah, that never works, dude.
Mike’s question to Natalie is that if she can’t explain her feelings to him then how is she going to explain them to a therapist, but the thing is, a therapist would be able to pinpoint what’s going on, maybe even the right therapist would be able to interpret things that are hidden by the obvious language barrier.
Mike’s being a cave man, he doesn’t seem to see that they do need this, at least Natalie’s trying, she’s trying to meet Mike halfway but he doesn’t seem to want to compromise at all. Again, Mike, that doesn’t work. We all know how this ends but it’ll be interesting to see how this plays out. Stay tuned!!!