During an appearance on the latest episode of Married at First Sight: Unfiltered hosted by Season 1 MAFS star Jamie Otis, Amber opened up about why she felt she couldn't tell Dave what was in her heart.
"Do you struggle to express your feelings about someone?... You've told me you're falling in love with him, but have you been able to express that to Dave?" Jamie asked Amber.
"No, that's very awkward," Amber replied rather bluntly.
"It's something you have to be on the same page about," Amber noted, "and I'm not just going to say something like that until I feel like we're both on the same page."
When Jamie asked the reality TV star why she believes Dave is not on the same page emotionally, Amber admitted, "I just know."
"There are just things that you can tell," Amber reasoned.
"And so I just know that we're not. I try to be patient and wait until we are on the same page. It's something, yeah, [I can tell] my feelings to you or to anyone, but I don't want to make him uncomfortable."
So far on Season 7 ofMarried at First Sight, Amber clearly feels she cares more for Dave than he cares about her in return.
Amber has let such insecurity shine through on numerous occasions by accusing Dave of preferring a woman with brown hair or not being very physically attracted to her.
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Amber also struggles to accept the fact she's a great wife on the Lifetime reality series.
Despite Dave's apparent happiness and contentment in the relationship, Amber has been shown venting that she's "not good enough" for Dave and he'd probably rather be with someone different.
While Dave is more guarded and reserved in his words and actions than Amber, he has told the cameras Amber means the world to him and he's going to do everything in his power to make the marriage work and last.
The couple has also discussed a mutual desire to start a family and traditions of their own.