Teen Mom's Farrah Abraham made headlines for all the wrong reasons back in 2013 when she filmed a "sex tape" with professional porn star James Deen, but you guys? This girl has seriously changed her ways. Just hear us out!
Wetpaint Entertainment recently caught up with Farrah for an exclusive interview at Pacha nightclub in NYC, where the 22-year-old mom dished about her experience on VH1's Couples Therapy and how much she's grown since working with show host and licensed psychotherapist Dr. Jenn Berman. Read on for more details on the new and improved Farrah Abraham, plus all the scoop on her love life.
Wetpaint Entertainment: Do you watch yourself on Couples Therapy?
Farrah Abraham: Of course I do! Obviously I couldn't catch it tonight, but I watch it, my girlfriends watch it and tell me what's going on. I think every show is sensationalized a little bit … but therapy to me is real s—t. That's real work, and however I communicate and however I share, that's me doing therapy. So if people want to criticize me on how I do my own personal work on myself, let them do their own work and criticize themselves. I don't think therapy is to judge.
We can see a difference in you now versus the last time we interviewed you. You seem more comfortable.
Maybe that's the best way to describe it. I'm more comfortable because I've done a lot of work. Like, how can I be comfortable with some of the choices that I've made? And I think I am more comfortable, in a better place. I just say keep progressing, keep learning from your past, watch yourself back. When you watch yourself back you learn a lot. But thank you for that compliment.
You're like all zen now.
You know what? My doctor told me I needed to be more zen. I got really ill last week and I've been traveling so much and working, so I've been doing massage, I've been doing acupuncture, I've been doing Qigong. It's just a tranquil workout. I changed my whole diet. I juice now. I'm a different person.
So what about your love life? What's going on there?
You know, I've been trying and I just keep getting the same s—t to be honest. Like super fanboys, people who wanna get famous, use me. You know what? I'm waiting. Dr. Jenn told me to wait about six months and I feel like whether I wait six months or I wait five years, I'm going to just wait for the right person.
How did you feel about your ex-boyfriend Daniel Alvarez coming back to Couples Therapy?
Daniel. I wasn't OK with half the s—t that goes on but I will say this. I am so about changing myself, I am so about improving myself that if I have to do something that I'm like, "This is bulls—t, I already know why it didn't work out, I get it," it's good to hear and it's good to see. And whether whatever somebody says about me is true or false, I'm happy that they showed up.
What do you think of Farrah Abraham's new outlook on life? Do you think she's really a different person? Tell us your thoughts!