If you watch Teen Mom online, you know that Farrah Abraham treats pretty much everyone in her life like absolute garbage.
Sure, she's nice to her daughter (sometimes), but she's also more concerned with being Sophia's friend and business partner than with being the kind of mother a 7-year-old girl needs.
And let's not forget the time she described the poor girl as a "stupid heathen" in front of a camera crew.
Anyway, of all the people in her life whom Farrah mistreats - her daughter, her mother, the occasional Teen Mom producer she assaults - it's possible that no one takes quite as much abuse as her boyfriend, Simon Saran.
Farrah's televised interactions with Saran range from the unforgettably awkward...
...to the astonishingly rude.
(For examples, see just about any episode of Teen Mom.)
So why does Simon stick around?
We have no idea!
But in fairness to us, professional relationship experts are just as clueless!
If you watched this week's episode of Teen Mom: OG you know that Farrah and Simon consulted with Dr. Jenn Mann who had previously demonstrated a remarkable willingness tolerate Abraham's BS on VH1's Couples Therapy.
Of course, in that case, the doc's patience could've been motivated by pity, as Farrah showed up to film a reality show about couples by herself.
Unfortunately, for Farrah, this time around Dr. Jenn wasn't feeling quite as sympathetic to her plight.
"The footage that I have seen of the way you talk to him, no man in his right mind will stick around," Mann told Farrah point-blank.
In fairness, the therapist instructed Simon to be more emotionally available and advised him on how he might better partner to Farrah and father figure to Sophia.'
But she also committed the cardinal sin of criticizing Farrah - so of course, this happened:
Yes, to the surprise of absolutely no one, she stormed out.
Of course, when you're confronting Farrah, that's pretty much the best you can hope for.
She didn't hit anyone, so you have to chalk this up as progress.
It's all about baby steps with this girl.
Well, baby steps and knowing when to duck so that you don't catch a backhand to the face.
Best of luck, Simon!
We can't imagine why the guy's not more eager to propose!