Hearing voices is never a sign of stellar mental health, which is why The Young and the Restless viewers are worried about Chance Chancellor. His in-laws, Ashley Abbott, Victor Newman, and Victor’s wife, Nikki Newman are worried about him, too.
A Young and the Restless Nervous Breakdown
And they don’t even know about the voices, yet. So is the recently returned-from-the-dead secret agent heading for a nervous breakdown? What viewers are afraid might happen next:
See It Now
It’s kind of obvious, isn’t it, 61% of you sigh. He didn’t want to drop his mission. Abby Chancellor (Melissa Ordway) made him. He didn’t want to come back to Genoa City. Abby made him. And now Abby wants him to be healthy and happy and the perfect husband and father at all times. Anything less is unacceptable. Any guy would break under that kind of pressure. And Chance is already closer to the edge than most.
I Did It My Young and the Restless Way
Abby won’t let that happen, 21% of the audience predicts. Abby put the kibosh on Chance returning to work when Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso) invited him. And, if she senses he’s starting to slip, she’ll put the kibosh on that, as well. Abby has an image of exactly how she wants her new family to be. And she won’t let anything silly like her husband’s trauma throw her off track. She’ll keep him well through sheer force of personality!
Take a Nap
He just needs a little rest and relaxation, a last-place 18% dismiss. Forget about whatever you went through in Europe. Forget about the reasons you were willing to fake your death. And, especially, forget that nagging feeling telling you that you let your comrades down. Just kick back, watch some Netflix, and chill. Everything will be fine.
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