Former Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham is defending her appearance on VH1's Couples Therapy, which has understandably subjected her to some scrutiny.
The MTV star and “sex tape” participant has been lambasted for appearing alone, after it was reported that she tried to pay men to go on the show with her.
“Sadly, as I was approaching into Couples Therapy, my significant other chose that he didn’t want to be a part of it,” she says of Brian Dawe bailing.
“I was never broken up with. I was neglected,” Farrah Abraham says.
"I’m just very happy that I’m not with that same person currently.”
Dawe tells a different story, of course, but that's standard operating procedure. Girl lies as unabashedly as she ... does other things with James Deen.
Whatever her reasons for going on the show, she says Couples Therapy’s Dr. Jen has been the most instrumental in getting her through her downtimes.
“I feel that she has 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.”
While usually outspoken on a variety of topics regarding herself and others, she was uncharacteristically quiet when E! asked about co-star Taylor Armstrong.
“I’m just very sad that a lot of the older women in the household cannot help me and instead, it’s been very hurtful to feel that I can’t even be close to them."
"I think ... what she’s saying contradicts what she does.”
Diplomatic by Farrah standards. As for the future, Farrah says she that her goals include marriage and more children. “I look forward to having a son one day."
"I can’t plan, but I hope to have one girl and one boy.”
We're already praying for that girl and boy ...