General Hospital Spoilers: Sasha Questions Her and Brando’s Decision To Get Married

Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson) and Brando Corbin’s (Johnny Wactor) love story may be short, but it has been filled with life events that have brought them to Hell and back.

Brando’s and Sasha’s trip to Niagara Falls seemed to be just what they needed after suffering the devastating loss of their son Liam. Sasha was handing her grief much differently than Brando, and Brando just wanted to find a way to reconnect. Well, reconnecting is exactly what they did! Sasha was really feeling it- the excitement of their trip, their relationship as a whole, and their love for each other got Sasha thinking about making things official. She proposed to Brando and he was happy to oblige.

General Hospital spoilers reveal now that they are back home in Port Charles, the newlyweds are back to reality. As they say, “the honeymoon phase is over,” but that doesn’t necessarily mean that’s the case for Sasha and Brando.

General Hospital spoilers and previews indicate that Sasha questions Brando’s decision to spend the rest of his life with Sasha. In the upcoming General Hospital previews, Sasha asks Brando if they only got married because she wanted to. Brando’s feelings for Sasha are real and apparent but he may have reservations based on her history with drug use and her grieving style.

Will Brando and Sasha be able to work through their troubles for the sake of their marriage?

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