Farrah Abraham Talks Flying Solo in "Couples Therapy"
Viewers were left scratching their heads when they turned on "Couples Therapy" to find Farrah Abraham attending alone, but she's now opening up about how it all went down.
In an interview with E!, the "Teen Mom" explains, "Sadly, I was approaching into 'Couples Therapy,' my significant other chose to feel that he didn't wanna be a part of it and led me under a different impression. So that was terribly hard to deal with at the time and then I was led to believe hopefully he will show up and maybe I can still do therapy and those things and it turned into doing therapy actually on my own."
Dispelling some rumors, the single mother insists, "I was never broken up with. I was just neglected. He had some other situations that he was dealing with and I'm just happy that I'm not with that same person currently."
Though Brian Dawe was absent, Farrah says she did end up getting what she needed, sharing that Dr. Jen, "helped me in a way of saying I can love myself in the meantime of being alone and this loneliness that I feel is not going to last forever, but in the meantime of getting from A to C—which hopefully is marriage one day—I have to go through B, which is really finding myself, really waiting for the right person who can handle everything that comes with me. And I can take the time to really get to know the person and if something doesn't work out from the get-go, I just need to say goodbye."
In other "Couples Therapy" news, Ms. Abraham touched on her in-house feud with Taylor Armstrong, noting, "I'm just very sad that a lot of the older women in that household cannot help me and instead it's been very hurtful to feel that I can't even be close to them. I don't really know what's behind them."