'RHOA' Star Cynthia Bailey and Fiance Mike Hill in Counseling Ahead of Wedding

While preparing for her nuptials, the 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' star admits she and her fiance have been in 'pre-marriage counseling' as they can't avoid having arguments.

AceShowbiz - Cynthia Bailey might want to prepare for the worst ahead of her wedding to Mike Hill. Instead of enjoying pre-wedding bliss while planning her nuptials, the star of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" has been in counseling with her fiance.

The Bravo star made the confession during an interview on FM100 Michelle Lewis' radio show. "We did. We started and we definitely will be doing more pre-marriage counseling," she said of meeting a therapist.

Explaining her decision to find a therapist, Cynthia stressed the need to learn how to argue. "That's real. If you are in a relationship whether you get married or not, you know you're going to argue. You argue with your mom. Arguments are going to happen," she said.

"I'm only as good as my last serious relationship. We argue very differently. I'm not going to say I always play fair," she went on sharing about their issues. "With that said, Mike has his way and his issues, and we have to figure out ok, how do we communicate effectively and have a somewhat positive argument if we need to? And not go to bed mad at each other."

Cynthia got engaged to Mike, a Fox Sports correspondent, in July 2019. They are planning their wedding for October of this year. She has told Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live" that she and Mike inked a prenup to keep their assets safe in case of divorce. "I think it just is smart. It protects everyone and we're working on some really great things together," she said.

Last month, Mike was accused of being abusive toward Cynthia after sharing a video of Cynthia drinking a cocktail consisting of a gin and tonic with a raw oyster floating around it. She appeared not to enjoy the drink as she was even seen almost choking and throwing it up. However, she tried to fake a smile and repeatedly expressed how much she liked the drink.

Mike laughed at her and poked fun at his fiancee in the caption, "Reason #1,100,233 why you shouldn't jump all the way into something without doing that research first," he wrote. The 49-year-old also added several hashtags, seemingly trying to prove through the video that she isn't ready to go to the next level of a relationship with him.

While the video seemed to be harmless, many claimed that Mike gave off "abusive vibes." Another called him "manipulative," while someone else commented, "The more I hear the more disgusted I am. The negging and trying to bring her down sound like typical narc abuse tactics."

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