"I think Catelynn made the right choice," Farrah told Wonderwall.com of her sometimes nemesis' decision to seek treatment for anxiety and depression. "I'm so happy that she did it and got to that point [where she was comfortable asking for help] because we all could tell that she was getting into a sad area in her life."
"I always hope and dream for all the women who I work with because I want them to be successful, happy, content parents who do positive in their parenting," continued the reality TV star, who last publicly feuded with her fellow OG in December 2015 when a video of Catelynn calling her a profanity surfaced.
Farrah also gives kudos to her co-star, who left rehab on April 9 after more than three weeks, for acknowledging her issues publicly.
"So many people in our world go to therapy and deal with private matters publicly," says Farrah. "It's all about sharing real things so others can learn form them. … I'm happy that [Catelynn] is sharing [her experience]."
Farrah, who's appeared on "Couples Therapy" and goes to therapy weekly, knows a thing or two about dealing with her issues publicly -- "I know a lot of the 'Teen Moms' are like, 'They shouldn't be sharing their therapy and their personal world -- that's more private time,'" she says.
But the single mother of daughter Sophia Laurent also believes that she and her fellow Teen Moms have contributed to the decrease in teen pregnancies in part by sharing their stories.
"It's f------ amazing, and I'm really proud of it," she says. "So I just want to encourage others [to get help if they need it]. Even me! I'm not perfect. I still work on myself, and everyone else can to."
"If you want better for yourself, the help is there," she concludes.
One thing Farrah is still working on is her love life.
"I really don't know why [I have] so much difficulty finding someone I can really mesh with who can understand that sometimes I'm busy and sometimes I need to work on my communication," she says. "I feel like that's something to work on. Maybe I'm not looking in the right place. But Dr. Jenn Mann [of 'Couples Therapy'] has really helped me -- and still does. Who knows, maybe an epiphany will happen."
"I know my type. I know what field I would like him to work in and what I think I'm compatible with," she says. "I think I just need to keep being open cause when you're a single parent, sometimes it's really hard to be open when you're so busy. But I always have my hopes up -- I really do! I try to look my best, feel my best. I think that's really important because it's hard walking through life a little single."
In fact, the reality-TV star still has hopes that a proposal could be in her near future.
"I'm in my prime," she says. "I'm blowing up in business and I'm so successful. I'm doing so well and I'm growing on a dating level. I just hope this year can maybe finish with, like, a proposal of some sort. I just feel like my best as a woman. I love my body, love my life, love my family. It's pretty fantastic."
Concludes Farrah, "I'm like the woman with the ring, with the life, with the car, with the house, with everything already, and I just think it's really a shame that I haven't found someone."
We hope Simon was listening!