At the beginning of their therapy adventure, Liz Woods was crystal clear to her fiancé Ed Brown-or he takes their relationship seriously or she walks away. With clear expectations, fans of 90 Day: The Last Resort eagerly awaited progress. However, it seemed like Ed treated the therapeutic activities as mere games until he met with marriage and family therapist Petey Silveira.
Silveira was not prepared for what happened next. During a unique hypnosis session-her first with Ed-Silveira embarked on an unforeseen journey of discovery into Ed’s past lives. Imagine a reality TV star under hypnosis who then describes herself as a 17th-century circus performer who appears to be dressed in an elf or gnome costume.
90 Day Fiancé: A Soul-Searching Adventure That Raises More Questions Than Answers
Petey Silveira, who is also a Soul Coach, was surprised but also delighted by the progress Ed seemed to be making. According to her, it is essential to tap into the subconscious mind in order for her clients to recognize their “soul lessons.” In Ed’s case, he revealed a deep-seated sense of loneliness and the disturbing idea that he felt “discarded” by the people in his life. This revelation seemed to strike a nerve, and he admitted to feeling unloved.
How will these fascinating findings affect Liz and Ed’s already difficult relationship? The couple, temporarily staying in the Florida Keys at the beautiful Isla Bella Beach Resort and Spa, have limited time to get to the bottom of these surfaced issues. Liz already had doubts about the therapy’s effectiveness, and this upheaval undoubtedly fuels her skepticism.
In the midst of all this, the other couples on the show also confront their relationship problems. Angela, for example, seems to excel in her intimacy therapy, and may become this round’s therapy winner. Only time will tell if any of these couples can actually solve their problems. With only a few days left in their relationship sessions at 90 Day Fiancé: The Last Resort, the stakes are higher than ever.
So, what do these revelations mean for the future of Liz Woods and Ed Brown, or for the other troubled couples? And how does Ed’s new understanding of his “past life” resonate with him in his current relationship dynamics?