Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers for Season 15 of Married at First Sight.
No Married at First Sight couple is without its faults in Season 15, and while Lindy and Miguel have made some strides toward being a strong pair, they have their own issues to work through. So, are Lindy and Miguel from Married at First Sight still together?
It may sound like a bold question, but in an exclusive clip ahead of the Oct. 12 episode, we learn that Lindy and Miguel's communication could use a lot of work. And when Lindy calls Miguel's actions and lack of communication a "trigger" for her, she certainly makes it seem like she is getting to her breaking point in her marriage.
Are Lindy and Miguel still together after 'Married at First Sight'?
In the clip, Miguel approaches Lindy about a football incident that apparently occurred during a game with the other couples. While they don't explain what this incident is, it's clear that Miguel got angry with Lindy during the game, but didn't explain to her why he was upset. This led to Lindy crying "for 45 minutes" and wondering what she did to "upset" or "offend" her husband, she says.
"I'm not bowing down to this man," Lindy says in the MAFS clip. She then says she would like to figure out how to make things work without exploding on each other, but she doesn't know if they can. "At this point, I'm filtering myself so much, and this is my trigger," she adds.
Lindy and Miguel discuss what appears to be a reaction of his to the game and Miguel agrees that Lindy's inkling of his annoyance is correct, but her "perceived level of anger" is incorrect. And although they're talking it out, things still seem pretty tense between Lindy and Miguel.
Because of this exchange and their intense football game, we can see there's a bigger problem between Lindy and Miguel. If they can't figure out how best to communicate for the other person, then Lindy may be inclined to say "no" on Decision Day and opt for divorce. But right now, they still have a chance.
Lindy once told Miguel she doesn't want to talk about Decision Day.
In the clip, Lindy doesn't bring up Decision Day, though she does mention that they need to figure out how to understand each other rather than butt heads as often as they do. Otherwise, she explains, things won't work out. Earlier in the season, Lindy told Miguel that she prefers not to talk about Decision Day and instead she told her new husband she wanted to live in the moment with him.
They may need to start bringing up D-Day now, however; things are getting to a tipping point with them, and Lindy can only keep sweet for so long before she feels triggered by Miguel again.
Watch Married at First Sight on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EST on Lifetime.