The most recent episode of FYI's Married At First Sight hurt to watch. There was something about Monet's predicament that seemed to crystallize everything that's wrong about relationships in 2014.

Let's review the facts: Vaughn pitched a fit on their honeymoon about her not paying enough attention to him, so when they got back to NYC she's talking with him, she asks him to come meet her friends, and suddenly all of this is too much: she's being "annoying."

Monet draws back. She plays it cool when Vaughn announces he's taking off for three days on a national guard weekend. She actually calls the show's resident therapist, Dr. Pepper to help her de-carbonate her personality. Dr. Pepper tells her to keep sweet: let him take the reins. Meet all his needs and he'll magically start thinking about what you need. I guess that's how she keeps the romance alive between her and Mr. Pibb.

(And yes that is the complete Twilight series on the shelf behind Monet.)

Monet goes to meet Vaughn after his three day national guard stint and she's dressed to the nines. Perfect lipstick. Perfect hair. Jaw-dropping form-fitted dress. She's warm but restrained, she tries to keep conversation flowing. Vaughn makes some weird little joke about her learning how to cook whatever it is they're eating, it's belittling and sexist but she lets it go...

And that was then Vaughn casually mentions the idea of them having a threesome.

It is not even two weeks since they got married. And they met on the wedding day.

It hurt to watch because we have all been Monet. We have all had that moment where we ventured out past the walls of our inner castle in the hope that if we made ourselves weak enough our weakness would be protected. If we made ourselves open enough, our vulnerability would be respected. And instead we got cut to the quick.

And then you know what we did? Hopefully what Monet did: We realized the dude had problems, and we weren't one of them.

Women especially get so much cultural propaganda on how they can and should fix a relationship: Give him space, be the cool girl, don't feel so much. But you can't fix a problem that you don't have. Sometimes the dude has the problem.

Monet reached that point this episode. She honestly tried and then she stepped back and went, wait a minute: this guy is not in the place for a relationship, that's why he's pushing me away with both hands. Sad for him, but not my problem. She diagnosed the situation far better than Dr. Pepper.

Is this relationship salvageable or should Monet head for the hills? Would you bolt if your partner suggested a ménage à trois 13 days into a relationship? Or would you try to fix it?

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