The drama just doesn’t stop for the “Married at First Sight” couples. While other weeks have included tasks like moving in and meeting the families on the Lifetime reality show, this week was simply about adjusting to married life. But after three weeks, couples’ weaknesses started to show in “MAFS” Season 7, episode 8.

Mia Bally and Tristan Thompson

These two start out episode 8 by meeting with Pastor Cal Roberson. Tristan says they’re still rebuilding trust even though he has forgiven her. However, they’re moving forward. Tristan has some career options that could move him to Houston, and Mia feels unsure of if she wants to move to a different city with her new husband.

Pastor Cal meets Tristan and the guys for dinner. He asks them to rate their wives, and Tristan gives Mia an 8. “Mia has all the ingredients, but she’s still working on putting it together,” Tristan says.

They talk about love. Tristan has love for Mia, but he says he isn’t in love with her. Cal says that love isn’t uncontrollable. They grow love. They have to take an active part in growing their love, and it’s an intellectual choice.

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Tristan is struggling to trust Mia in "Married at First Sight" Season 7, episode 8. Lifetime/Nat Chittamai and Kaitlin Hooper

Later, Tristan and Mia are at home when he confronts his wife. One of his friends was on a dating app when he finds Mia’s profile. He sends a screenshot to Tristan who tells his wife about it. “And it’s deactivated, right?” she asks.

“I don’t know because I don’t know you,” Tristan says.

Tristan knows Mia has lied to him before, and he doesn’t know if he can believe her when she says the dating app has been deleted from her phone. Mia is getting frustrated that Tristan doesn’t trust or love her yet.

They have a Skype session with “Married at First Sight” expert Dr. Jessica Griffin to talk about the argument. Tristan tells her that he took his wedding ring off. Jessica tells him that they shouldn’t talk about taking rings off or divorce unless they’re actually splitting up for good.

Jessica says that if Mia is consistent and dependable, trust can be rebuilt. This doesn’t have to be the end for the couple. They go out bowling afterward to relax and have fun.

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"Married at First Sight" Season 7 couple Danielle and Bobby are happier than ever. Lifetime

Danielle Bergman and Bobby Dodd

These two have found marital bliss. Danielle says Bobby is doing more for her than she ever expected, and Bobby is happy too.

At the dinner with Pastor Cal, Bobby rates his wife a 10. He thinks they mesh really well, and calls the marriage “surprisingly easy” and “the best experience” of his life.

When he comes home, Bobby tells Danielle that he rated her a 10 and talks about Pastor Cal’s definition of love. They both think it’s a good explanation, but neither are ready to say they love each other yet.

Danielle wants to contribute, so she makes one of the only meals she knows how to cook. She’s pretty proud of herself when Bobby likes it. More importantly, however, she knew she’d be comfortable with him telling her it was terrible and laughing it off.

They both think they have a pretty strong bond already. “I’ll never let her go,” Bobby tells the cameras.

MAFS Amber and Dave
Amber's insecurities cause trouble for her and Dave in "Married at First Sight" Season 7. Lifetime/Nat Chittamai and Kaitlin Hooper

Amber Martorana and Dave Flaherty

Dave tells Cal that he really enjoys being a husband, but he only gives his wife a 7.5. He says Amber’s stress, caused by her insecurities, cause tension. He doesn’t know if his wife can be his support system.

Dave complains that they aren’t really sharing the workload around the house. Cal advises him to give the relationship some time to settle into a groove.

The next day, while furniture shopping, Dave tells Amber he gave her a 7.5. He thinks it’s a pretty good rating, but Amber doesn’t see it that way. She thinks it’s confirming her insecurities about being a bad wife. Dave reasons that Bobby giving Danielle a 10 is “ridiculous,” but Amber is still upset.

They talk about the rating again at home, and Dave says it was a good rating. He discusses things he doesn’t like, such as Amber not doing laundry when they agreed she’d do it after Dave said he’d handle cooking and taking out the trash. Amber says she never wanted to be a wife who had to “do extra stuff for her husband.”

Amber again feels like this confirms her fears that she is a bad wife. Dave clarifies that he isn’t asking her to be a housewife taking care of him. He just wants her to follow through with what she said she’d do. He says she is approaching this from a negative place. He really does feel like they’re in a good place for being three weeks in.

Later, Amber admits she overreacted. She realizes it’s because she’s developing feelings for Dave, and she’s scared of getting hurt. She starts fights because she’s pushing him away, and she knows she shouldn’t do that. Dave is glad she owned up to that, but it’s frustrating to hear that his wife pushes people away when she has feelings. He says they have to let go of those fears.

“Married at First Sight” Season 7 airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EDT on Lifetime.