90 Day Fiancé: The Real Reason Mike Agreed To Go To Therapy With Natalie

Fans of 90 Day Fiancé have been concerned about the state of Mike Youngquist and Natalie Mordovtseva's relationship all season-long. It's no secret that Mike and Natalie have had a rocky go of things. In season 8, episode 10, Mike's faced with a choice: He either needs to admit to the couple's problems and agree to therapy, or he's looking at the end of the relationship. We all know some of the 90 Day couples haven't made it through professional interventions, so many fans weren't sure which way this couple would go.


"I've been trying to work with her on stuff and talk to her," Mike confesses during the episode, per TV Insider. "I'm not going to spend a bunch of money just to have a simple conversation with Natalie." Mike and Natalie have done a lot of fighting since she relocated from the Ukraine to Sequim, Washington, to be with him (per ET). He hasn't seemed enthusiastic about moving forward with wedding plans. It seems he thought the visit to the therapist would tip the scales one way or another.

Mike says he doesn't love Natalie anymore

At the counseling session, it's clear that Mike doesn't have the rosiest outlook for the relationship. Natalie says that Mike doesn't understand how hard it's been for her to leave her life behind and come to the United States. Mike shares that he's unhappy and feels like he put his whole life on hold for Natalie (per ET).


The therapist noted that with all the fighting, there has to be something keeping them together. Mike got blunt in his admittance that he doesn't think there is. He questioned whether Natalie even felt the same. She was crushed, but some 90 Day Fiancé fans have pointed out that she told him the same thing on Before the 90 Days, so she shouldn't be surprised. Either way, it seems like most fans don't think this couple is going the distance. Judging by the amount of tears in the previews for next week's episode, it's hard to disagree.