General Hospital Spoilers: Michael’s Guilt Over Willow Changes The Course Of Things

Michael’s guilt over Willow

Michael’s guilt over Willow changes the course of things. …When you play with fire, you get burned. And that’s exactly what’s going to happen to Michael. While Willow is battling leukemia, her fiancé’s focus is on his father. His covert plan to destroy Sonny Corinthos (Chad Duell) was in the works for the better part of a year at least. Now, everything Michael and Dex Heller (Evan Hofer) have worked for is about to payoff.

General Hospital recaps recalls how Sonny betrayed Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright). When Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) fraudulently lead them to believe he was dead, lives were turned upside down. The Corinthos family as they knew it was unrecognizable. Ever since, Sonny’s betrayal changed the way Michael sees his father.

Mixed emotions filled those closest to Carly and her family when Sonny stepped in with the save. But despite Sonny’s efforts, Michael only sees his father as a traitor and a criminal. On the contrary, Willow sees her father-in-law in a different light. Now, Michael’s confession sends shatters his. Own world. As a result, a dying Willow was sent into a panic. Devastated, Willow’s already frail state just took a major blow.

General Hospital spoilers and rumors tease that Michael’s guilt over Willow changes the course of things. Now, Willow’s biggest supporter may be the reason she loses her battle with leukemia.

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