Herron was undoubtedly one of the sweetest girls vying for the heart of Sean Lowe, and not surprisingly she is used to being told how amazing she is. However, she is sadly getting tired of hearing the same story from different guys, who reject her in that same sentence. It is easy to see how deserving she is of a good man, yet none of the men she meets decides to step up and be her one and only. Though Herron was born with one arm, she carried herself incredibly well, and clearly wasn’t there for a pity story. Sean immediately connected with her, as did the other girls in the house.
On the Wednesday, February 13 episode, Sean realized he just simply didn’t see a forever with her, and needed to let her go. Though Herron, 26, was very hurt and disappointed that Lowe wasn’t keeping her around, a PEOPLE article dated, Friday, Feb. 8 insists that she has no hard feelings towards Sean, and she is still ready to find her husband.
In today’s report she said, “I didn't expect to go home. I was caught off guard. I had every intention of taking him home to Colorado and introducing him to my family. However, the week before in Montana, Sean said that he had taken a step back with a few girls. There was a part of me deep down that worried I might be one.”
In regards to their first date, Herron shared, “Getting the first one-on-one date – as magical as it was – was a curse. We had an amazing connection right off the bat and then I had to sit back and wait for him to develop relationships with the other women ... It became more and more difficult to sustain a connection. Feelings fizzle and it was very sad and confusing.”
Herron admits to having strong feelings for Sean, and understandably took rejection on television extra hard. Perhaps the most frustrating part of being sent home was hearing the same breakup explanation that she has always heard.
“Same story, different dude. It saddens me how many times I begin to date a guy and a few weeks in I get the same story: "You're great, funny, sweet but there isn't a connection." Or: "I'm not right for you. You deserve someone better." I have been told that more times than I can count,” revealed Herron.
Herron evidently isn’t alone as the lines she frequently hears are unfortunately very common breakup excuses in today’s dating world. The truth of the matter is, a girl doesn’t want to keep hearing about how amazing she is, and what she deserves. She simply wants someone that shows her what she deserves and accepts her for who she is. She wants someone to prove it to her....is that too much to ask for? The classic disconnect explanation is what leaves Sarah and countless other girls confused, frustrated, and jaded.
However, disappointment aside, sweetheart Sarah doesn’t hold any ill feelings towards the bachelor.
“I'm not mad at Sean. I respect that he didn't string me along. We all know he is looking for his wife and can't blame him for not feeling it with me. I'm confused why none of the guys in my life have ever felt, "I am that guy that deserves you." When is that guy going to come along?”
Herron hit the nail on the head in a way that undoubtedly struck the hearts of single females everywhere. Nonetheless, the advertising executive truly wishes Sean the best, and sees a real possibility between him and his potential choices that remain. She respects the hearts and the genuine personalities of her fellow bachelorettes. Seemingly she would be happy if he ended up with almost any of them.
What about Tierra though? Well, the non-confrontational Herron didn’t tear her down, but she did admit that she doesn’t see it working out with her.
“No. I don't see them being much of a match at all. I think he's probably very surprised watching [the show] because I don't think he saw what we did,” admitted Herron.
Sarah recounts her experience on the bachelor as a positive learning opportunity. She believes that the process has helped mold her. She would even consider being the Bachelorette on an upcoming season if they asked her. However, she doesn’t want to discuss her arm all the time, and is afraid that if she were to do a whole season that too much emphasis would be placed on that subject.
With all that aside, she remains single, but she remains ready for prince charming to come sweep her up off her feet.
Girls, have you experienced the same breakup lines as Sarah? Do you think she would be a good choice for the Bachelorette in an upcoming season? Sound off in the comment section below!