Spencer betrays Trina with Esme?! Loving a Cassadine is like playing with fire. Will Trina get burned?
…Everyone seems to think that Portia is overreacting. As a mother, Portia Robinson (Brook Kerr) wants what’s best for her daughter. She fears for Trina’s wellbeing, even if she’s an adult. Aside from the physical danger, Portia worries that Trina ends up hurting emotionally. While everyone is telling Portia to back off, her motherly instincts go against any advice.
There’s definitely truth in that statement, “no good deed goes unpunished.” Life eventually teaches us that being “too nice” is like igniting your own fire as you stand witness to a self inflicted slow burn. As for Trina Robinson (Tabyana Ali), her kindness and understanding could become the road to a major life lesson.
General Hospital spoilers reveal that Spencer Cassadine (Nicholas Alexander Chavez) stresses over Esme Prince. (Avery Kristen Pohl). Ever since he caught wind that Aunt Alexis Davis (Nancy Lee Grahn) gave Esme a job at The Invader, Spencer frets over Esme’s journey toward independence. With Trina by his side, Spencer tries to work through whatever obstacles come his way in regard to protecting baby Ace (Jay and Joey Clay).
According to recent General Hospital rumors, Spencer betrays Trina with Esme. Her graciousness and understanding toward the entire situation serves as an invitation for trouble. Encouraging civility and cooperation with the young woman who caused her so much pain could end badly for Trina.
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