On the season finale of ‘Couples Therapy,’ Farrah Abraham finally starts dating again and Jon Gosselin makes a promise Liz Jannette hopes he can keep.
It’s time to reflect on all of the progress made during this season of Couples Therapy. Who will continue to use Dr. Jenn Berman‘s tools and succeed out there in the real world?
On the Feb. 27 episode of ‘Couples Therapy,’ both Farrah Abraham and Jon Gosselin are forced to deal with their exes. The confrontations have to very different results.
In a preview of the Feb. 27 episode of ‘Couples Therapy,’ Jon Gosselin explodes in anger after a heated phone call with his ex-wife, Kate. In a shocking turn of events, he ends his rant by saying that the mother of his children ‘can f–king die.’ Watch here.
The ‘Couples Therapy’ cast face some of their darkest demons as Dr. Jenn Berman has each celebrity discuss their abusive childhood. Later, Farrah Abraham’s troubled past takes center stage when her mom, , comes for a confrontational therapy session.
On the Feb. 20 episode of Couples Therapy the cast faces it’s hardest group therapy session ever. Dr. Jenn Berman has the group open up to each other about their haunting childhood dramas, which range from physical abuse to flat-out abandonment. Which celebs made the most progress?
Jon Gosselin revealed on the newest episode of ‘Couples Therapy’ that he and ex-wife Kate Gosselin pair had ‘so many kids’ they didn’t ‘have time’ to work on their marriage: but the stress never caused him to cheat on Kate.
Jon Gosselin revealed a major shocker in his therapy session with girlfriend Liz Jannetta on Couples Therapy: the pair admitted that they both cheated on each other during their relationship, but Jon revealed that he had never cheated on his ex-wife Kate Gosselin.