It wasn’t looking good for Dean at the start of his one-on-one date on this week’s occurrence of. The living Ken doll chose to joke around with Rachel instead of opening up to her as they strolled around Geneva, but that all changed at dinner.
When Rachel asked to are you serious, Dean discovered why he’s very nervous about Rachel meeting their own families if she selected him for next week’s hometown dates.
Dean had previously divulged his mother died when he was a adolescent, and on this escapade, he opened up about his laboured tie-in with “his fathers”. His mother’s death employed even more strain on their relationship.
When my mother passed away, the first 15 years of “peoples lives”, my father was the one who was like Hey, let’s move dirtbiking, let’s start snowboarding. He was never the one who was like Let me drive “youve got to” institution, let me take “youve got to” lunch, “hes never” that guy. So the second largest my mother passed away, who was that person, he wasn’t be permitted to threw the button and grow the person that I involved him to be and it took a big hit on our relationship.
Dean went on to say that his father is eccentric now, and he wishes Rachel could have met their own families back when his mother was still around.
He’s just not a person that has only one bearing on my emotional experience, I guess you could do. He’s become quite a bit more eccentric. So what I wish you could see is the family that I had in my most developmental years of ages 0 to 15, and not their own families that abandoned me at the most vulnerable time in my life.
But the addres didn’t frighten off Rachel. On the contrary, Rachel praised Dean for eventually opening up to her and offered him a rose.
So we’ll be assembling Dean’s family next week!