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Farrah Abraham Blames Lackluster Love Life On Sex Tape

January 31, 2014 02:00 PM by Stephanie Gustafson

At this point, we might as well rename Couples Therapy to better reflect its emphasis on all things Farrah Abraham. Perhaps Confessions of a Sex Tape Star? During last night’s episode, the former Teen Mom once again delved into the many issues that have accompanied her forays into the world of adult entertainment.

Less than a year ago, Farrah Abraham was incredibly proud of her status as an adult entertainment superstar. To say she’s since changed her tune would be an understatement. The reality star has spoken out on several occasions, claiming that she regrets the tape and feels that it has made her life incredibly difficult.

Last night on Couples Therapy, a clearly upset Farrah explained the many ways in which her sex tape had damaged her love life. First and foremost, the celeb has struggled with an inability to trust men. She told Dr. Jenn Berman, “When I’m going to date somebody, and I’m thinking about, ‘Oh, if I have sex with this person,’ I’m just wondering why they’re wanting to have sex.”

We’re sure you’ll be most relieved to learn that Farrah’s working very hard to get past what she refers to as her “sexual depression.” During her group therapy session, she admitted, “I’m trying to figure out my life.” This involves dealing with the repercussions of the sex tape, of course, but also insecurities going back all the way to a terrible teenage incident in which “everyone in the whole family found out that Farrah had sex.”

Is Farrah Abraham really as traumatized by the sex tape as she claims? Feel free to share your opinion in the comments section below!

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