'MAFS' Season 15: Stacia prods Nate to declare his love
Stacia and Nate, the couple from Season 15 of 'MAFS,' have split fans. Some believe they have a good chance, while others think they are doomed. On their wedding day, they looked to be drawn to each other. Will they be able to stand the test of time and opt to remain together on decision day?
In the upcoming episode, the Season 15 cast member is let down when she starts a conversation with her spouse about whether he loves her, and Nate gives their relationship a mediocre grade. Some might question why Stacia is so eager for Nate to tell her he loves her when they've only been married for a few weeks. Stacia tells Nate in a clip from the August 31 episode of 'Married at First Sight' (via Twitter) that she wants to have "this love conversation."
"We’ve kind of touched on it," she adds as the two relax in the pool. "I kind of want to know, like, where are we on the spectrum?"
"Four out of 10, five out of 10, you know, give or take," he says.
Stacia isn't delighted with Nate's assessment of their marriage. "Four out of 10?" she asks, perplexed.
“Yeah. Forty out of 100," he says. "It’s the same thing."
Stacia wants Nate to confirm that his emotions for her are developing, especially as she thinks about their future together. "I want him to love me, and just, I want him to say it because I want to hear it," she admits. "If he doesn’t know if he loves me or not by Decision Day, that’s going to be something that I’m going to consider."
But Stacia's yearning to know where Nate is may end up pushing him away. "I’m getting to the point where I don’t want to prove myself anymore," he says afterward. "You keep not believing in what I’m trying to do, and you’re not going to believe my actions, like, it’s just not gonna work out," he says as he walks away in disgust.
Stacia is a successful, assertive lady looking to settle down and establish a family. It's reasonable that she wants to ensure Nate's dedication to their marriage. However, the couple has only been married for a few weeks, and some 'Married at First Sight' fans may believe she should learn to take things slowly and let things evolve organically.
New episodes of 'Married at First Sight' air on Lifetime on Wednesdays at 8 pm ET.