Seven Year Switch couple Michael and Felicity have had more to worry about than just their relationship.
After rushing their two-year-old son, Orlando, to hospital following a severe seizure, they found out that the toddler suffers from epilepsy.
Felicity says that ever since Orlando’s prognosis, she has daily anxiety attacks.
"I get so anxious now when I put him to bed, because most of his seizures happen when he is asleep," the mum-of-two tells New Idea.
"Every morning when I go to his room to wake him up, my heart drops a little through fear. Or if I hear him cry out in the night, I panic and run straight to his room."
"I had Orlando with me the day I found out his results from his paediatrician," Felicity recalls. "I drove him back to preschool and dropped him off.
Afterwards, I bawled my eyes out for about three hours. I didn’t want him to see me because he’s so young, he doesn’t really understand."
The 25-year-old says she quickly had to educate herself. "I was devastated and angry that this was happening to my beautiful little boy. It didn’t seem fair and I didn’t really know anything about it."
"During his last seizure, he completely lost consciousness."
"It’s the worst thing to watch, because you can’t do anything but put him on his side and let it finish," she says.
Felicity and Michael are still together following the reality TV show, with her saying, "While I had doubts at times. In my soul, I knew we would make it in the end."