We follow the couples completing their apology task. Ramon and Fiona decide to go and do a bit of yoga which culminates in them apologising to each other. Joselyn and Victor, go out for a spa day where they massage each other as they try to rekindle the intimacy between them which has been lost. Melosi and Tshidi decide to rather stay home as they have young children, but do take the time to apologise. However, they realize that they still have a number of unresolved issues that may hinder a sincere apology.
Back at the Saving our Marriage house, Illze works with the couples, focusing on those issues that may stand in the way of recovery. Melosi breaks down as he hears again, how hurt Tshidi was when he cheated on her. Joselyn and Victor seem to be in a better place, and Fiona and Ramon also have an emotional session as Fiona breaks down about how unappreciated she feels. This episode ends with a group session that assists the couples with understanding each other’s personalities. Paul then gives them a task, which requires them to highlight to their partner what they feel their needs are.
Saving our Marriage is a reality marriage coaching show that will see 5 couples go on a journey of learning how to build a healthy and loving marriage. For Saving our Marriage it is important that couples constantly plug back into their reality. Couples will be filmed in their day to day lives Monday to Thursday, while on Fridays, couples will move into the couples retreat for the weekend where they will be put through intense counselling and tasks by resident experts Paul Nyamuda and Ilze Alberts.
Catch Saving our Marriage, a local reality show, Wednesday, at 19:30 on SABC 3.