On Friday, we will know which Love Is Blind Season 2 couples live happily ever after and which ones left their partner at the altar. When episode 9 wrapped up, we saw fan-favorite Danielle Ruhl say “I do” in her wedding to Nick Thompson. But the episode ended before we heard Nick’s answer.
Most fans seem to think that Nick will say “I do” back, but there’s still a lot of uncertainties. But Danielle Ruhl has been watching Love Is Blind at home and isn’t at all happy about how Netflix portrayed her. She took to Instagram to air her grievances.
Danielle calls out Love Is Blind for not showing the whole story
Right from the start of the season, Danielle Ruhl is upfront about her anxiety and mental health struggles. That’s one reason she fell so hard for Nick — he makes her feel safe.
Nick and Danielle seem to have a really strong connection, but they do seem to fight about her insecurities often. During their Mexico vacation, she even stayed in the room and felt sick over her nerves. But the Love Is Blind star wants viewers to know what really happened. It wasn’t as simple as Netflix made it look.
“One thing that is being inaccurately speculated about is the panic attack I had in Mexico. The true story is that I told Nick about a traumatic experience I had in college right before I encouraged him to go to the couple’s party without me to represent us as a couple. While I was lying there sick, I started to get in my own head, and wondered whether I had shared too much too soon and I started to relieve an event that I had repressed for so long,” she wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of her and Nick.
“This caused me to have a panic attack and I went into the closet so that no one could see me in such a public environment. I also looked outside at the couple’s party. This was not because I was jealous, but because I needed support and wanted to see when Nick would be coming back. Nick had no idea what happened, but when he found out what happened behind the scenes, he was more than supportive and we were able to learn from it and get past it.”
Danielle really wants people to see her humanity in all of this
The Love Is Blind star goes on to say that she knows that some aspects of her anxiety can be damaging to others and she’s working on it. But Danielle hates that fans attack her online based on the moments Netflix chose to air. They simply aren’t getting the full picture.
“How I was represented on TV is not an accurate representation of who I am as a person,” Danielle continued. She wants to emphasize that she’s a real human — not a character on Love Is Blind. “I am looking for understanding for every single person who may have demons they are facing behind closed doors, for everyone who feels misrepresented, or for anyone who is triggered by those who attack others for having feelings that others may not understand.”
Do you think Netflix misrepresented Danielle on the show? Be sure to let us know what you think in the comments. Tune into Netflix this Friday to see how Love Is Blind Season 2 concludes. You won’t want to miss out on a single second.
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