‘Married At First Sight’ Preview: Mitch’s Family Warns Krysten He Can ‘Lash Out’

Krysten has a candid conversation with Mitch's family in this EXCLUSIVE preview of 'Married At First Sight,' and they make some surprising revelations.

Krysten sits down with Mitch’s family to gauge how they’re feeling about everything. They really want to know Krysten’s “intentions” with Mitch in this EXCLUSIVE preview of the July 27 episode of Married At First Sight.

“I have tried. You know, I’m 32. I’ve been dating since college, and I’ve tried the traditional route,” Krysten explains. “And gosh, it’s been 12 years of that, since I was 20. It’s just very different now. It’s very superficial. It’s based on lying. It just has not been a good journey, so I was looking forward to finding someone who wanted a serious relationship and who didn’t want to play games.”

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Krysten and Mitch are one of the season 15 couples. (Lifetime)

Krysten stresses that she just wants to make Mitch “feel as comfortable as possible,” which is a relief for Mitch’s family. “I can tell he feels super overwhelmed. I think he feels a lot of pressure. He’s such a rebel. He doesn’t do what everybody wants him to do,” Mitch’s brother, Matt, says.

Mitch’s sister-in-law, Stephanie, has a bit of a different view of Mitch. “Mitch and I butted heads for a while. We’re very different types of people.  He’ll lash out or say something that maybe feels a little hurtful, but it’s mostly I think just his pride that gets the better of him sometimes,” she admits.

Mitch’s mom, Bonnie, chimes in that her son is “honest and sometimes he can be brutally honest.” Matt says that he’s “worried” Mitch will hurt Krysten’s feelings.

“I just hope that you guys can just keep working through things and can forgive each other for whatever happens in the early days,” Matt adds.

Krysten talks to Mitch’s family. (Lifetime)

Krysten was once engaged and nearly got married. Since then, she’s struggled to find a connection with someone. Mitch hasn’t loved the idea of long-term relationships, but he hopes that Married At First Sight can change his mind. Married At First Sight season 15 airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on Lifetime.

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