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Farrah Abraham on what she's learned from 'Couple's Therapy'

Farrah Abraham and the cast of Couple's Therapy said goodbye to treatment on Thursday night after a season filled with heartache, drama, and for most, resolve. There were happy moments, sad moments, and everything in between, and most of the cast was changed for the better.

Farrah Abraham attends the 'The Hungover Games' cast & crew screening at TCL Chinese 6 Theatres on February 11, 2014 in Hollywood, California.
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Prior to joining the show, Farrah was reportedly ditched by her alleged boyfriend Brian Dawe, who claims there relationship was fake, so for her, the stint on the show was a way to improve as an individual, and she claims that is exactly what happened.

"I'm more comfortable because I've done a lot of work," Farrah said of her treatment, according to a March 7 Wetpaint Entertainment report. "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."

Farrah, who starred in a sex tape last year, even took a vow of celibacy during her stint on the show.

"I'm waiting," she said. "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."

So far, Farrah hasn't found anyone worth dating, so she's focusing her on her career and her family, which consists of herself and her daughter Sophia, 5.