Like most couples, Sara, 31, maintains they have their ups and downs.
“If he’s pissing me off, I’ll tell him he’s pissing me off. Our relationship is real; we keep each other on [our] toes and that’s just the way that our dynamic is. As much as we argue and banter, we also have a strong support system between us.”
Despite exchanging heated words on set, Sara reveals she and Hayden, 45, refuse to seek the help of a marriage counsellor. “God no! As much as it probably looks like we need [counselling], we don’t have one of those relationships where we hold a grudge or anything like that.
We say what we say and then we’ve just got to try and move on. We love each other heaps,” she says. And the love they have for each other appears to have helped the parents-of-one during their most trying times on the renovation show.
“At my lowest point I seriously felt like I was drowning and there was no way of [finding] the surface. It was actually really bad, whether it was a small bout of anxiety or not, it was really tough.”
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