’90 Day Fiancé’: Syngin Colchester Admits That If Things Don’t ‘Get Better’ It’s Not Going to ‘Work’ With Tania Maduro

On 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro are getting ready to head back to the United States after spending some much-needed time in South Africa. After Syngin’s brother, Dylan, lands in the hospital with a blood clot, Syngin returns home to see him. He brings his wife Tania along, but there has been quite a bit of drama on the trip.

Syngin and Tania have fought in front of both Syngin’s family and his friends on separate occasions, and it’s clearly been a stressful time for everyone. In a sneak peek of the upcoming episode, Syngin talks to his family about returning to America with his wife, and he gets real about things.

Syngin Colchester talks with his family before leaving for America

Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro
Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro | syngin_colchester via Instagram

In the light of a new day, Syngin talks with his family outside, and they discuss his return back to the United States. Dylan thanks Syngin for coming to see him, and they discuss where things stand.

He speaks to the cameras about the drama that’s been going on, and he says that he and his wife are returning to the United States today. “It’s a little tough for me to even think about going back right now, while things aren’t really going good in our relationship,” Syngin explains.

Syngin’s mother, Charmain, asks him if he wants to go back to America, and he says, “I would love to stay out here longer. I would prefer to stretch my time. Because I know it’s going to be tough.” He admits that a lot has changed since he was last home, and it isn’t the same over the phone.

Syngin admits that if things don’t ‘get better’ it’s not going to ‘work’

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Next, Syngin gets real about matters, and says that if things don’t get better, “It’s not going to work.”

“It’s going to be a big change going back again,” Syngin continues. “There’s a whole different complication this time around. With me and Tania are in a tough spot. If stuff doesn’t get better, it’s not gonna work.”

Dylan asks if Syngin is “tempted” to stay in South Africa, and Syngin admits it’s where he’s “the happiest.” But, he says if he doesn’t go back, it’s almost like going back to the same “old habits.”

His mother tells him that he’ll have to make a decision to be with Tania or not. If things don’t work out, then he’ll then just have to come back, while wasting both his time and Tania’s.

Syngin tells the cameras that he’s “confused” about things. “I don’t kind of wanna go, man,” Syngin says. “I want to stay out for as long as I can, but this whole commitment thing has got me. But am I committing to something that, you know, not going to work in the end, or am I committing to something that I shouldn’t be right now? I’m still a little confused to that, to be honest.”

What is going to happen with Syngin and Tania? We’ll have to wait and see where the last episode before the Tell All leaves things for the couple.