"Hi loves. I'm happy to address any burning questions you may have. I'm unable to respond to comments or questions right now, BUT if you #miabally with your question, I will see it and eventually answer it!" Mia wrote Wednesday on Instagram.
"Feel free to ask me anything (good, bad, ugly) nothing is off limits. I will 100 [percent] respond when I can! Until then, keep spreading the [love]."
Not only is Mia promising to answer Married at First Sight fans' questions about the demise of her relationship with Tristan, but she also linked to an article titled "25 Signs Your Man Is a Narcissist" in her Instagram bio.
"If they can't control you, they'll try to control how others see you," Mia wrote, before adding the link that seemingly takes a shot at Tristan.
On Wednesday, Mia also shared two photos of herself on Instagram and addressed fans after footage aired on Tuesday night's Married at First Sight episode of Mia leaving Tristan and "disappearing" from their hotel room during what was supposed to be an exciting weekend getaway.
"Don't look back... Im not perfect, we are not perfect, but if I judge others, it takes away freedom to learn, live, develop and grow. Lets break the cycle!!! Right?? I learned I can't control a situation, but I can control my responses," Mia captioned the first Instagram photo.
"I chose to respond with [love] and compassion instead of fear or hate. It doesn't happen all the time... but, it's good for me to start practicing. I believe The more love i give, the more love i receive. #itsbettertobelovingthen2beright #dobetter #dogood #dogreatness #doyou."
And Mia wrote alongside the second photo on Wednesday, "I fail, I fall, I stumble in life...but I am FAILING Forward, I am stumbling forward! my life ain't no cat walk (even though pics convey that) if you are reading this-we survived 100% of our worst days & mistakes... We. are. still. standing. Tag a strong person and swipe #failingforward #miabally."
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Reality TV World confirmed last month Mia had filed for divorce from Tristan on September 4 in Dallas, TX, according to Dallas County court records.
While Married at First Sight's seventh season only premiered on Lifetime in July, Mia and Tristan tied the knot without knowing anything about each other in late March 2018.
They exchanged vows on-camera after meeting each other for the first time at the altar.
The timing of the divorce filing seemed to indicate Mia and Tristan chose to stay together and remain married on "Decision Day," which was filmed in late May at the conclusion of Married at First Sight's extreme eight-week experiment.
However, the couple may also have opted to split at the end of Married at First Sight's filming and simply waited three months to get around to a formal divorce filing.
Mia, a 29-year-old airline recruiter, and Tristan, a 29-year-old former collegiate and semi-pro basketball player, have been shown dealing with many ups and downs in their relationship on Married at First Sight.
Tristan chose to forgive Mia for fabricating events, but things spiraled out of control from there, as Tristan slowly built up resentment and the pair began fighting constantly over health insurance, a potential move to Houston, TX, and more.
Tension then came to a head when Tristan appeared to kick Mia out of his apartment and she lost her sense of security in the marriage.
Mia's bio on Instagram also reads, "We all make mistakes. I made mine public," which could be a reference to her televised arranged marriage to Tristan.