Mark: Because the experience is so intense, right, and it's so fast-forward, I think once we got to Mexico and got to spend time with each other, I think things got a little different.
Don't get me wrong: I was myself through the whole experience, but now it's just kind of like everyone's seen it.
Mark: Think about it: It's 10 days, you propose to somebody, and then next thing you know, you go on a vacation, and then you're back, and now you have to plan a wedding.
It was an interesting relationship: Mark seemed to be all the things Jessica wanted on paper, but she still had second thoughts.
So I would never take anything back from it, and it was just something that really applies to my future relationships and friendships that I applied to really become a really good communicator and just a really good person. Mark: Jessica and I…
When we did get to finally see each other and spend time with each other, I think it was just an adjustment to everything because of how intense the whole experience was.
I was upfront, and I was like, "Hey, I can go home today and I've learned everything I needed to learn, but if you're with me, you're with me. " And I think that her coming back to me initially showed me that she wanted to be with me.