General Hospital Spoilers: Sasha Regrets Her Drug-Fueled Marriage Proposal

Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson) just experienced one of the most devastating and traumatic events when she and Brando Corbin (Johnny Wactor) lost their baby son.

General Hospital spoilers reveal Sasha’s way of coping has her fallen back into using drugs. She feels the pressure of keeping her relationship with Brando. She’s not feeling pressure because she doesn’t want to be with Brando, it’s just that she feels she has to act certain way to be able to be there for Brando. Sasha isn’t in the place after their son’s death to give her whole self to the relationship.

General Hospital spoilers and previews suggest Sasha is continuing to hide her drug use in the name of trying to improve her situation with Brando. She doesn’t want to lose him but things will start seeming too good to be true for Brando.

General Hospital rumors hint Sasha’s drug-fueled marriage proposal to Brando seem like a dream come true but will eventually end badly. Sasha continues to deceive Brando, leading him to believe that her ways of coping with the grief has gotten under control.

General Hospital previews suggest Brando and Sasha could very well make things official at a chapel in Niagara Falls. Sasha’s bender influenced her decision to up and marry Brando, but when she crashes from the high, will she be a happily married woman or will she regret her impromptu nuptials?

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