Yes!! They weathered a little public criticism for actions he chose to take in a very public setting. Hardly the same as the horrific real life issues so many couples face.Originally Posted by echo226;3852367;
But I remember being bothered at the beginning of Jason's season when he and his family said it was "his turn to be happy" because of all he'd been through. And unless there's something we don't know, all he had been through was a marriage that didn't work out (take a number) and falling in love with a woman on TV who rejected him after a handful of dates.
Honestly, when you've been cheated on multiple times, or lost a spouse to cancer, or watched your kid go to prison, or been dumped more often than you can remember, get back to us about whose turn it is for happiness.
I wish them a long, happy life together, I really do. They seem to be genuinely in love. But please, spare us the "we've been through so much pain" drama!