‘Married at First Sight’ Season 14 - FINALE!

The drama of decision day In the Married at First Sight season 14 finale on Wednesday, May 11, the couples had to decide whether they wanted to stay together or get divorced, and some couples found it easier than others.

Long before Decision Day on the Lifetime reality show, one couple made their decision. Chris Collette and Alyssa Ellman divorced after barely two weeks of filming on Married at First Sight. Chris, 35, was clearly not Alyssa’s style, so there was no immediate attraction. She began making excuses for why they couldn’t spend time together, and even refused to live together.

Chris told MAFS expert Pastor Cal Roberson after 12 days of holy matrimony, “Alyssa has had no desire in being married to me since the wedding night.” “She claims we are incompatible.” She said robbed… It’s time for me to make a choice. “I am looking for a divorce.”

The other couples decided to make their final judgments after watching the Married at First Sight season 14 finale.

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According to MAFS expert Dr. Pepper Schwartz, Jasmina Outar and Michael Morency are both “very empathetic people,” which is why she, Cal, and relationship therapist Dr. Viviana Coles put them together.

Dr. Pepper went on to say, “They both adore their huge families and similar morals.” “Are they dedicated to married life if the only thing keeping them apart is intimacy?” Is it simply pals, or are they, lovers? I wish Jasmina and Michael can be completely honest with one another, trust one another, and become physically intimate. That, I believe, would be the perfect trifecta to bring them together.”

Michael, 28, is aware of his feelings for his 29-year-old wife, but he recalls their bumpy start. He felt “hopeless” at one time, but after letting down his walls, they became closer than chevaliers. Despite this, he admits in his confessional that he knows her obstinacy can get the best of her, which makes him nervous about the future.

‘Married at First Sight’ Season 14 - FINALE!

Meanwhile, Jasmina believes Michael has recently gone above and above for her, but she is concerned about his “lack of accountability” and their communication problems. She is still not in love with her spouse.

Jasmine describes their first month together as one in which they scarcely communicated and at least two occasions when she was “ready for a divorce.” She is concerned that their relationship will never blossom.

Despite their lack of physical connection, her husband shares her anxieties. Jasmina hardly shows any physical affection to her husband, except for not consummating their marriage. “Is this a friendship project?” Or am I attempting to save my marriage?” Michael is the one who inquires.

The couple sits in front of the experts and claims that they are slowly becoming more comfortable with each other. “I feel like I don’t know you well enough,” Jasmina confesses.

Michael expresses his concerns about remaining married to his wife. “My main concern is that if we keep going, we might never get there.” He declares, “It terrifies me.”

‘Married at First Sight’ Season 14 - FINALE!

He is, nonetheless, ready to confront his worries. “However, I’m not prepared to end this relationship.” I believe we would be further forward if we removed all of the cameras and all of the extraneous that this circumstance imposes. … Yes, I intend to marry you.”

Next up were Olajuwon Dickerson and Katina Goode, who had been having major problems as a result of Olajuwon’s desire for traditional marriage.

Dr. Pepper informs viewers that “Katina and Olajuwon were both ready to give up their single, partying lifestyle.” “They’re a fantastic match since they both have outgoing personalities but are ready to settle down – for themselves and their children.” Olajuwon, on the other hand, has been harsh on Katina at times, and Katina has been slow to be vulnerable and open up. But as their trust and vulnerability have grown, they’ve come back together, and I’m hoping that they’ll continue on this path and become the great pair we always imagined.”

Katina, 29, is aware that her husband is attentive and kind, but the rehabilitated womanizer believes she is unable to complete her education while also being a wife. Olajuwon’s questioning of her ambitions irritates her, and she fears they’re at odds in their lives, which might be a deal-breaker.

The drama of decision day In the Married at First Sight season 14 finale on Wednesday, May 11, the couples had to decide whether they wanted to stay together or get divorced, and some couples found it easier than others.

‘Married at First Sight’ Season 14 - FINALE!

Long before Decision Day on the Lifetime reality show, one couple made their decision. Chris Collette and Alyssa Ellman divorced after barely two weeks of filming on Married at First Sight. Chris, 35, was clearly not Alyssa’s style, so there was no immediate attraction. She began making excuses for why they couldn’t spend time together, and even refused to live together.

Chris told MAFS expert Pastor Cal Roberson after 12 days of holy matrimony, “Alyssa has had no desire in being married to me since the wedding night.” “She claims we are incompatible.” She said robbed… It’s time for me to make a choice. “I am looking for a divorce.”

The other couples decided to make their final judgments after watching the Married at First Sight season 14 finale.

According to MAFS expert Dr. Pepper Schwartz, Jasmina Outar and Michael Morency are both “very empathetic people,” which is why she, Cal, and relationship therapist Dr. Viviana Coles put them together.

Dr. Pepper went on to say, “They both adore their huge families and similar morals.” “Are they dedicated to married life if the only thing keeping them apart is intimacy?” Is it simply pals, or are they, lovers? I wish Jasmina and Michael can be completely honest with one another, trust one another, and become physically intimate. That, I believe, would be the perfect trifecta to bring them together.”

‘Married at First Sight’ Season 14 - FINALE!

Michael, 28, is aware of his feelings for his 29-year-old wife, but he recalls their bumpy start. He felt “hopeless” at one time, but after letting down his walls, they became closer than chevaliers. Despite this, he admits in his confessional that he knows her obstinacy can get the best of her, which makes him nervous about the future.

Meanwhile, Jasmina believes Michael has recently gone above and above for her, but she is concerned about his “lack of accountability” and their communication problems. She is still not in love with her spouse.

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Jasmine describes their first month together as one in which they scarcely communicated and at least two occasions when she was “ready for a divorce.” She is concerned that their relationship will never blossom.

Despite their lack of physical connection, her husband shares her anxieties. Jasmina hardly shows any physical affection to her husband, except for not consummating their marriage. “Is this a friendship project?” Or am I attempting to save my marriage?” Michael is the one who inquires.

The couple sits in front of the experts and claims that they are slowly becoming more comfortable with each other. “I feel like I don’t know you well enough,” Jasmina confesses.

Michael expresses his concerns about remaining married to his wife. “My main concern is that if we keep going, we might never get there.” He declares, “It terrifies me.”

‘Married at First Sight’ Season 14 - FINALE!

He is, nonetheless, ready to confront his worries. “However, I’m not prepared to end this relationship.” I believe we would be further forward if we removed all of the cameras and all of the extraneous that this circumstance imposes. … Yes, I intend to marry you.”

Next up were Olajuwon Dickerson and Katina Goode, who had been having major problems as a result of Olajuwon’s desire for traditional marriage.

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Olajuwon adores their natural connection and shared sense of humor, but it’s not enough. Olajuwon says in his confessional, “I want a traditional bride, someone who appreciates cooking and cleaning.” He maintains that his wife is “getting better,” but that she is still “not quite there.”

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He is concerned about her many objectives and obligations. “Katina wants to travel, be a mother, and finish school, but how can I be confident that she’ll make me happy every day if she’s doing all of those things?” While reflecting on their relationship, Olajuwon clarifies. “I genuinely care for Katina, but we’ll have to finish this chapter if we can’t get on the same page.”

They meet with the specialists and discuss their strong chemistry, but the experts wonder why they never married. Olajuwon explained that he needed to work on developing the foundation of their marriage before becoming sexual with them. They make it apparent that they want sex.