Marriage Boot Camp: Bridezillas
Posted Yesterday, 08:01 AM
Posted Yesterday, 09:21 AM
Maybe these "counselors" should have watched the episodes first and see how Jeff was treated. He is not the problem in that marriage. She is whacko.
Posted Yesterday, 11:53 AM
I remember watching Top Chef several years ago when Cliff had to leave because he put his hands on someone in an aggressive manner. So I was waiting for the "therapists" to give Shaun his walking papers. The dude, to me at least, was having major "'roid rage" and I wouldn't be surprised if he seriously hurt someone.
Posted Yesterday, 01:43 PM
I don't think these therapists are good at recognizing abuse and red flags for violent behavior. Last season, when Rob was throwing furniture around they just thought it was funny. Anybody who can get angry enough to rip off his shirt and flip furniture needs more than just marriage counseling. His wife said she's terrified of him, he has a serious alcohol problem, throws furniture, screams in people's faces, and is a big dude that no one will be able to physically stop. If I were one of the other couples I wouldn't want to stay in a house with that guy.
I really thought Tasha and Jeff were just in it for the fame on their original episodes but they had a kid together. I don't understand either of them. She clearly wasn't in love with him, was emotionally very immature, and appeared to just want to be married before 30. He seemed into her but is also a 40 something guy who is still in school and working a low wage job and married a woman who he knew just wanted to be taken care of? And he knew she was batshit bonkers. It also appears he is incapable of being very expressive or emotive, and she clearly wants that. Basically, both of them got married to a person knowing the other person isn't what they wanted and wasn't going to change.
Gloria and Mark also have a really scary dynamic together. I wouldn't call it abuse, but more like mutual combat. The fact that they have 5 kids scares me.