10 Reasons Most “Bachelor” Relationships Don’t Work Out

I’ve been watching “The Bachelor” since middle school. Yeah, it’s been on for that long, and I remember watching the first “Bachelor” couple in history say “I do.” Those two were Trista and Ryan. They are still together eight years later, however, “The Bachelor” was a little bit different then. It was much less dramatic and a lot less about finding big personalities to create tension and conflict for the show, and it was pretty much about finding someone. There are even a few relationships that have led to marriage and for some children. Actually, there are five couples … out of 28 seasons, not including our current bachelor, Chris Soules. The percentage of relationships that have actually worked on the show is 17 percent. Those odds are not great, but there are reasons that the show doesn’t work for matchmaking — and it’s everything from the way the show is put together to the people they cast.  Read more on YourTango.com…