D-Day ! The time has come for every couple of Married at first sight season 14 to decide if they will continue in their marriage or if they will separate.
Fans saw five couples meet at the altar in Boston, Massachusetts, before heading to Puerto Rico for their honeymoon with their foreign spouses. Each couple had eight weeks to get to know their partner before decision day arrived, but for one couple, eight weeks was far too long.
Chris Collette and Alyssa Elman called it after just 12 days of marriage, making it one of the most fleeting marriages in MAFS the story.
“Alyssa, since the wedding night, has no interest in being married to me,” Chris said. Married at first sight expert Pastor Cal Roberson at the time. “She says we are not compatible. She used the phrase robbed. It’s my decision day. I want a divorce.”
As for the rest of the couples from this season, scroll down to find out which couples are still together after Decision Day.
Mark Maher and Lindsey Georgoulis
Lindsey Georgoulis and Marc MaherThe relationship of did not go smoothly. His apparent addiction to social media, for example, has led to several arguments.
“Sometimes he just looks at his phone instead of the path in front of him,” Lindsey said of her husband.
“They are both fighting for a future and a family together,” Dr Pepper Schwartz said of the pair, “But explosive fights and difficult communication were their downfall.”
Despite their difficulties, the couple decided to give their marriage a chance. “You’re really good and kind,” Lindsey said on Decision Day before pulling a green button out of her pocket that read “YES.”
“The future looks so bright from here, I think life is looking good,” Mark said.
Jasmina Outar and Michael Morency
But Jasmina Outar and Michael Morency struggled to get past the friendzone, Pastor Cal gave the couple a pep talk before making their decisions.
“I want you to know that the friend [and] romantic person is not exclusive,” the expert said. “Sometimes people can get stuck in one of those places and say, ‘This is who we are. This is where we are.
“It merges,” he added. “Don’t separate in your mind the difference between ‘Okay, we’re friends and that’s all we can – ‘That’s crap.’
Eventually, the couple decided to stay married. “I feel like I don’t know you enough, so you know, I want to know you more and stay married,” Jasmina told her husband. “I’ve always said that I would never leave any type of relationship if I didn’t give 100%, and I can’t say I gave 100% if I didn’t try after that, so we’ll see. How’s it going. .”
Olajuwon Dickerson and Katina Goode
Olajuwon Dickerson and Katina Goode have major hurdles to overcome, especially when it comes to his desire for a “traditional wife”.
“I want… someone who likes to cook and clean,” he said. “How can I be sure that she will make me happy every day?”
Although Olajuwon considers his wife’s cooking to be “inedible”, the couple decided to give their relationship a chance and stay together.
“When I came into this marriage, I asked for a woman who is more established in life. And those are the reasons why I would say no today,” Olajuwon said. “But I will say this: I love our chemistry. I love who you are as a person. I love being with you – and your efforts are what made me forget all those things.
Noi Phommasak and Steve Moy
Despite the fact that Noi Phommasak concerns about financial stability given that Steve Moy doesn’t have a job, she decided to stay with her partner.
“They both come from close-knit families with a strong desire to have children,” Dr. Viviane Coles said of the pair. “They have the foundation for a lasting marriage, but only if they can work through their financial issues and they both feel safe trusting each other.”
“I would like to stay married to you,” Noi began. “In a very short time, you taught me what it means to be vulnerable.”
Steve even got down on one knee and re-proposed to his wife in front of their castmates on Decision Day.
“I wanted to ask you if you would be my adventure buddy, my sushi partner and my partner in life,” he said, presenting her with a pop ring, before pulling out a diamond ring.