Mitch Says He Hurt Krysten ‘More Than I Realized’

It’s choice time. After assembly on the altar on Married at First Sight and spending eight weeks as newlyweds, Mitch Silverstein and Krysten Collins are able to reveal in the event that they’ll keep collectively or get divorced.

In Us Weekly‘s unique clip from the MAFS season 15 finale, the San Diego couple sits down with the specialists to mirror on their relationship. “So right here we’re at a really consequential day. This has been a significant life transition for you,” Dr. Pepper Schwartz tells the couple. “Speak concerning the good of it, the dangerous of it and even the ugly.”

Mitch, 41, reveals that he realized quite a bit about himself all through his Married at First Sight expertise. “I talked about what I did in the course of the honeymoon as my greatest remorse, for certain,” he explains. “That’s undoubtedly a low level for me and set the tone and damage Krysten much more than I noticed on the time.”

The environmentalist admits that he wasn’t bodily interested in his spouse after she stated she was prepared to begin advancing their relationship sexually on their post-wedding trip. Nevertheless, it wasn’t simply placing his foot in his mouth that induced points for the couple.

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“I realized fairly shortly that I used to be much more closed off to like than I believed and that concern had been extra answerable for influencing my choices in life than I’d even actually acknowledged,” Mitch shares. “However I additionally realized one thing actually priceless that’s the other of that — which is the extra I open up and the extra I share and the extra I’m susceptible with my accomplice, the higher I’m and people weaknesses and vulnerabilities are not mine to cover as a weak point.”

He continues, “They’re on the market, after which I’m free. And folks additionally like me higher once they know the true me.”

Is Mitch’s journey of self-discovery sufficient to maintain his marriage collectively? Or is it too little to late for Krysten?

Married at First Sight season 15 airs on Lifetime Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET.