I don’t know that I would assume Chase isn’t supportive of her potential infertility issues but her coming unhinged now could very well be related her relationship with Chase. If we assume it’s a real relationship, this is the first time she’s really facing the reality that that she might not be able to have children with Chase (or anyone). Fertility issues are more of an abstract thing when you aren’t looking to have children at that time and don’t have a person you plan to have them with. If now she’s found someone she plans to marry and have children with, it is more real and the reality that it may very well not happen is more present. As much as I dislike Whitney, that was a painful video to watch.
Now this last comment I’m going to couch with multiple caveats to hopefully avoid misunderstanding. First - I have absolutely no idea what Chase knows about her fertility issues or what he thinks about them. He may be fully and completely supportive of having a family another way. I have no clue. That said, if he is upset that she might not be able to have children and only wants to raise his own biological children, I hope he owns up to that feeling and doesn’t marry Whitney. To be clear - I wouldn’t think that’s a good thing to think - the idea that ‘hey you can’t have kids so I don’t want you’ to me is awful. But it’s not nearly as awful as hiding that thought and getting into a marriage where this would either break them up or even worse, lead to Chase raising an adopted child he didn’t view as his own. I’ve said it before, as have others, fertility issues in a marriage can be catastrophic. Not everyone knows before the marriage there will be issues. My heart was breaking for @sixlets reading her story. I’ve known many women who have dealt with fertility issues of various kinds over the years and it’s always difficult. Whitney and Chase know now. So as bad as it sounds, they both need to make sure they are on the same page on how this will impact their lives and what to do if it does come to pass that they can’t conceive before they actually get married. And they need to be honest about their feelings even if they sound bad. Don’t pretend you want to adopt if you really find that weird or creepy. Don’t minimize the fertility issues if a doctor has told you the chances are slim to none. Don’t pretend you will be ok with no children if you can’t imagine live not being a parent. If they can’t get on the same page, it’s better to have the pain of a breakup now than a marriage disaster later. Many marriages survive awful fertility issues. I think this marriage would have less of a chance to survive because this was ‘pre-marriage’ info.