The ‘Teen Mom’ star’s ‘Couples Therapy’ woes seem far from over as she tweeted ‘IS THIS 2 MUCH 2 ASK FOR!?’ Her supposed boyfriend, Brian Dawe, stood her up on the show, and she is still clearly distraught that she can’t get a great guy to commit.
Farrah Abraham tweeted out a dramatic all-caps plea for a loving boyfriend, and not only mentions the user Relationship101, a relationship advice account, but also VH1 and Couples Therapy. It appears that the Teen Mom star is still distraught over the lack of commitment in her life, including her “boyfriend,” Brian Dawe, who was a mysterious no-show on the show’s premiere episode, because she listed her demands for a boyfriend — and they actually don’t seem so outrageous!
Farrah Abraham’s Boyfriend Demands: Shares ‘Couples Therapy’ Relationship Woes
Farrah is clearly not over her solo appearance on Couples Therapy. She sent out a desperate tweet, tagging the show’s profile, and accompanied her ALL CAPS question with a photo of all the things she wants from her boyfriend. “Fall asleep with me. Tell me you miss me. Cheer me up when I’m upset,” are just a few of her requests, but there are tons:
— Farrah Abraham (@F1abraham) January 6, 2014
After her very public meltdown on the show and now this tweet, some fans think she isn’t being genuine with her appearance on the show.
Tagging VH1 in an otherwise endearing photo makes her seem like she’s only sharing her relationship woes for the sake of television.
Farrah Abraham’s ‘Couples Therapy’ Drama Continues Off-Screen
Before her appearance on the show, her Teen Mom co-star, Jenelle Evans, accused her of fabricating the story Brian was even her boyfriend at all! Farrah went through her first therapy session without him and enlisted her ex, Daniel Alvarez to help her out on future episodes, but clearly all of her failed relationships have got her thinking about what she really wants from a healthy relationship. “I don’t want to feel like people are always going to be leaving me,” she said on the show.
Brian never showed up — or called — on the show, and later even dissed the show as being “absolutely trash.”
Overall I think TV shows like that are what’s wrong with America. It has no redeeming qualities and is absolutely trash.
— Brian Dawe (@DJBrianDawe) January 3, 2014
What do YOU think HollyMoms? Is Farrah being genuine?
— Sabina Young