’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers finds that Mike Youngquist was acting all wonderful and like he was happy to be in love and getting married to fiancé Natalie Mordotseva for the camera. In fact he seemed like he was ready to, in his words, “pull the trigger”. In his confessional to the producers he semed like he was having a great time and that he was perfectly happy.
The way he and Natalie interacted with each other didn’t indicate that he was panicking at all on the inside. The only thing is when he held up the phone to record he and Natalie together and she said, “I’m getting married tomorrow” he kind of said “Eeek!” but that single, tiny, terrified look could have been a joke.
’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers: Key words: Could have been.
So what exactly happened? There was nothing to clue us in, Mike said he was “feeling pretty good”, and they both said that quarantine had brought them closer together. So was it just a case of cabin fever or did panic finally set in for Mike?
It wasn’t because Natalie wasn’t making an effort, because she truly was. She was truly trying to play by his rules and embrace his way of life, and him, and truly get to know him better, so I don’t think this failing had anything to do with Natalie.
What my question is, is what was actually going on in Mike’s head when he was telling everyone that he was okay? Did he just think that if he kept telling himself that that the problem would go away?
’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers: That’s not how problems work, my man.
With how okay he was acting though, that’s a little worrisome that he could hide something that well. Smiling up until the bitter end and acting like he was just fine and completely okay? That’s worrisome and some might argue not at all normal. In fact, some might argue if Mike has some rather serious emotional issues going on.
Maybe that’s the real reason he didn’t want to see a therapist, maybe he didn’t want them to tell Natalie that there could be some deeper issues there and for her to run while she still has the chance. I’m not a license therapist but I’ll say it: You’ve been given a gift, Natalie, run!
At first I thought that Mike was simply not comfortable expressing his emotions openly, but now that we’re seeing how quickly he flips the switch, one has to wonder if he’s all that mentally stable. Please run back to Kyiv, Natalie, I’m afraid no one will be able to find your body in Sequim. Stay tuned!!!