The ‘Teen Mom’ star insisted that she was never broken up with by her ex, Brian Dawe, before or after he ditched her on ‘Couples Therapy.’ Farrah said he led her on to believe therapy would help them, and then he ‘neglected’ her at her most vulnerable point.
Farrah Abraham explained that she never got the closure of a real breakup with her ex-boyfriend Brian Dawe, since he just “neglected” her on their scheduled Couples Therapy appearance. She spoke out to say he led her to believe they would tackle therapy together, and it was “terribly hard to deal with” being ditched so publicly.
Farrah Abraham ‘Neglected’ By Ex Brian Dawe: Stood Up On ‘Couples Therapy’
Farrah, 22, spoke out to explain how her relationship with DJ Brian Dawe ended, and she admitted she was fooled into thinking he wanted to work on their relationship.
“Sadly, as I was approaching into Couples Therapy, my significant other chose … that he didn’t want to be a part of it, and led me under a different impression,” she told E! News. “So that was terribly hard to deal with. … I was led to believe hopefully he [would] show up and maybe I [could] still do therapy and those things.”
“It turned into doing therapy actually on my own,” she explained.
Farrah also revealed she never got answers after her split, but she’s learned to accept the outcome. “I was never broken up with: I was neglected,” Farrah said of her relationship’s dramatic end. “I’m just happy that I’m not with that same person currently.”
Farrah Abraham Continues Feud With Taylor Armstrong
When Farrah’s not lamenting her lost relationships, she is picking fights with Couples Therapy cast mate, Taylor Armstrong of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fame.
“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,” Farrah said, referencing her clash with Taylor. “I think as you’ll watch the season unfold, what she’s saying contradicts what she does.”
What do YOU think, HollyMoms? Do you think Farrah is being overly dramatic?
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