The ‘Bachelorette’ couple are resisting the ‘pressure to perform’ and are now feeling free

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Fans within Bachelor Nation usually love to follow their favorite contestants after the seasons have aired, sometimes for many years. Often every social media post is scrutinized and missing posts are analyzed as well. This is especially true for couples from the franchise. Former “Bachelorette” star Rachel Lindsay and her husband Bryan Abasolo have taken a different approach to their relationship. They’ve chosen to keep their marriage fairly private, and in a recent blog post, Lindsay explained why.

Here’s what you need to know:

Lindsay & Abasolo used to feel pressured by fans

In the July 28 post shared by Lindsay her website Honestly, Rach, the former “Bachelorette” star was blunt at times while addressing a common question she and her husband often get. “The most common questions I get on social media are where is Bryan and when are you having babies?” She noted that she had addressed the baby-related question a while ago, recently explaining that the couple are “already taking steps.” to build up her family. Now she’s busy with the other question.

The Bachelorette fans don’t necessarily see many posts from Lindsay or Abasolo on Instagram, and they rarely appear together like many other franchise veterans do. Both work steadily and pursue their professional passions rather than chasing an influencer life. As a result, fans often worry that the couple’s marriage is in trouble. In her new post, Lindsay wrote: “Let me be honest Bryan is none of your business. I’m joking… well, half joking.”

Given that the couple met on reality television, Lindsay understands the continued interest of “Bachelorette” fans. She explained that in the years since her season aired, they’ve changed the way they think about what they share online. “I remember early in our relationship we were concerned about how we behave in public and constantly felt the pressure to appear for social media because that’s what people wanted.”

The pair felt they were “drifting away” from what it really was.

As a result of the pressure they felt, Lindsay and Abasolo felt “miserable” and “we were slowly drifting away from the core of Bryan and Rachel.” They realized that instead they were starting to morph into “the RnB narrative that made the world for us.” Lindsay noted that her “contractual public story” ended on August 7, 2017. When the “Bachelorette” couple were no longer signed to the show, they decided, “We wanted to control the future of our relationship.”

Lindsay explained, “Now we’re free and together we’ve decided to step away from the public eye to build a strong, solid foundation.” Pointing out that “social media doesn’t reflect reality,” she promised, even if it didn’t very much often post publicly on social media, they are fine. In fact, she remarked, “We’re good at cherishing our love over here and building a future together on social media.”

Bachelor Nation fans can be quite divided when it comes to Lindsay. However, a handful of Redditors applauded her open stance on keeping her marriage private. “You know it’s more real when it’s private,” one person recommended. “The smartest thing reality stars can do is keep their relationships sacred,” says another franchise fan written down. Another wrote: “You and Bryan deserve to continue living their beautiful and seemingly authentic and healthy lives in peace. Nothing needs to be ‘defended’.” The ‘Bachelorette’ couple are resisting the ‘pressure to perform’ and are now feeling free

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