'90 Day Fiance': Jibri describes his relationship with Miona as trapped in 'waiting room'

To Jibri, no matter who he picked, he felt as though someone in his life would get left behind


                            '90 Day Fiance': Jibri describes his relationship with Miona as trapped in 'waiting room'
Jibri on '90 Day Fiance' (TLC)
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For the couples on '90 Day Fiance', the 90 period arguably is the source of many arguments and fights. Having a ticking clock over their head often means that there is no room for error in their relationship. But seeing that they have so much to figure out in just within 3 months, many of these couples crack and crumble under the pressure, along with their relationship

Ever since Miona's arrival in the USA, she and Jibri have struggled to agree about most things. While Miona wants a big beachside wedding, Jibri is worried about their finances. Miona has time and again suggested that they move out, but Jibri insists that they stay with his parents to save money. And, to add insult to injury, Miona doesn't get along with both, Mahala, Jibri's mother and David, Jibri's best friend.

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As Jibri sat down with his parents to have a cup of coffee and discuss where he was at, his parents noted that he used to be "bubbly, excited, passionate about things", but now, seemed perpetually stressed and like a shell of his former self. Jibri explained that he felt as though he was trapped in a waiting room and the walls were closing in on him. No matter what door he picked to get out, he was well aware that someone in his life would get left out depending on his choice. This had him feeling extremely overwhelmed.

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Mahala explained to her son that Miona's possessive and controlling behavior was not healthy, citing an instance when they were having a conversation and Miona contacted him eight times during a 20-minute period. Mahala reminded her son that she's not the type of person to be controlled and thus, this behavior was worrying. Even when his father Brian asked if he would wait to marry her, Jibri agreed, noting that it was the 90 days that was placing the stress on him, and if he didn't have to abide by this time frame, he would have waited a year to the tie the knot and certainly wouldn't be rushing through things.

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While Jibri's parents hoped that he would revaluate his plans, what do you think? Should Jibri and Miona just call things off? Or will they be able to work through their differences? Sound off in the comments below and tell us if you think this couple will survive the season!

'90 Day Fiancé' Season 9 airs every Sunday at 8/7c on TLC.

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