’90 Day Fiancé’: Syngin Colchester Says It’s Going to Be ‘Tough’ Going Back to the United States

On 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, Syngin Colchester and his wife, Tania Maduro, travel back to South Africa after Syngin’s brother lands in the hospital. Although his brother, Dylan, is alright, it was still a scary moment for the family, and it was a totally legitimate reason to return home.

However, the trip has done nothing for Syngin and Tania’s already rocky relationship. During the time they’ve been in South Africa, the couple has gotten into an argument in front of both Syngin’s family and his friends on separate occasions.

This week, Syngin prepares to leave with Tania to go back to America, and he admits it’s going to be “tough.”

Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro travel to South Africa and get into some arguments

Tania Maduro and Syngin Colchester on '90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After'
Tania Maduro and Syngin Colchester on ’90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After’ | 90 Day Fiancé/TLC/YouTube

Dylan was in the hospital with a blood clot, so Syngin decides to return home. From the moment he arrives, it’s pretty obvious that he’s elated to be back. But the couple gets into some arguments, including a blowup in front of Syngin’s family when they all sit down to share a nice meal. During the arguing, Tania accuses Syngin of having “no direction” in life.

“You’re telling me who you want to be, the type of life you want to have, you’re telling me all these things, and I’m waiting,” Tania says. She even cries during the arguing, and Syngin’s whole immediate family is there to witness it.

During another argument over drinks with Syngin’s friends, Andrew and James, Tania mentions red “flags” in the beginning of their relationship. Syngin tells Tania that he hasn’t been as committed to anything before as he is with Tania. He says it feels like Tania is “attacking” him. Tania tells him she’s “tired” of feeling like she’s trying to “change” him.

Syngin and Tania go out for ice cream

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It’s almost time for the couple to return home to Connecticut, but there are a lot of questions still looming. How are they going to get through this current drama? Will they ever see eye to eye on things? They head for ice cream together and talk things out.

“Today, Tania and I are supposed to go fly back to America, but I’m not sure if that’s something I’m quite ready for,” Syngin tells the cameras. “Because it’s been a little bit rough for us in South Africa. We aren’t really talking, and communication isn’t really there, so it kind of feels like it’s breaking down a little bit. So it’s a little weird, right now where we are.”

Syngin says it’s going to be ‘tough’ going back to the US

Syngin and Tania find a place under the shade to sit, complete with an ocean view. Tania broaches the subject of what happened in front of Syngin’s friends, and she admits they are in a “rough” spot.

“I know, I’m not that happy in our relationship, where we are right now, you know?” Syngin tells his wife. “We do have so many differences, and so many things we have to work on and sometimes I almost feel like we’re like running out of time and patience for each other. So, that just kind of gets me feeling and thinking like it’s going to be tough for me to come on a plane and fly back to Connecticut.”

Tania says she feels like she was “already struggling” to hold on to Syngin. He says he’s “sorry for that.” He also says that he knows he needs to “change.”

Syngin says he wants to be with Tania, and they do eventually return to America together. Where do things go from here for this couple? We’ll have to see what happens at the Tell All.