Cole Barnett of Love Is Blind on the post show Much Needed Therapy.

Love Is Blind's Cole: I have after the show
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Concentrate on yourself. love is blind season 3 Cole Barnett revealed he began therapy after filming wrapped on the Netflix show.

“[Since the show,] I’ve flipped homes, represented buyers and worked on starting a podcast!” The 27-year-old real estate agent wrote on his Instagram Story on Thursday, Nov. 17, during a fan Q&A session. “Oh, and some much needed therapy.” Cole, who was engaged Zanab Jaffrey until she rejected him on their wedding day and then revealed some of the most valuable lessons he learned from his therapy sessions.

“Honestly, the best thing I’ve gotten from therapy so far is how helpful it is to talk about the things that have affected you or hurt you or traumatized you,” revealed the Texas native. “It’s not necessarily that you have to learn anything big, there are a lot of things you can learn.”

He continued, “But sometimes as a guy you just never talk about emotions and feelings, you never do, so it’s liberating and liberating to just sit with someone and talk about those things.”

Though they fell in love and settled into the pods, Cole and the 32-year-old flight attendant had the most turbulent relationship of the reality show’s third season. Tensions between the two first flared during the cast’s trip to Malibu, where he rated Zanab a “9 out of 10” compared to other women’s perfect 10 — a moment Cole later revealed he regretted.

“I mean, it’s really hard to just remember everything,” the former youth pastor said exclusively Us weekly earlier this month. “Anything that just feels out of character for me and where I’m like, ‘I didn’t feel that way. I don’t know why it came across that way.’ I mean, the judging thing about women was really ridiculous to watch. I found it very disgusting to rate people at all. That’s just ridiculous.”

Cole added that he regrets how his comments may have affected his then-fiancé. “I regret the parts of it that I wish I couldn’t see, you know, and it’s the parts of it that I wish I could undo, but the overarching relationship and my feelings for Zanab and all the relationships that grew out of what.” I could say I don’t regret it one bit,” he continued. “I wouldn’t, you know, I wouldn’t trade any of those things.”

The pair’s arguments continued after the show ended, with Zanab claiming during the reunion that Cole shamed her during their time together. “Pushing the food away from me, asking me if I’m going to eat that, trying to get me to order a salad, the daily comments on my face and body weren’t used,” she claimed to the hosts Nick and Vanessa Lachey that it was a “saving grace” that not everything Cole said made it into the final cut. “And that’s great because it really protected you and now you’re in denial and calling me a liar in front of all these people.”

The London native then claimed she “stopped eating” during filming. Cole denied her claims, arguing, “This is hilarious, I never cared what you ate.”

After the bombastic reunion aired, Zanab defended herself in an Instagram post reflecting on the dramatic split.

“Cole, I fought for us until I couldn’t anymore. i know you know that I know you know why I said what I said. I know you know what you did. It’s okay if you’re not ready to talk about it yet,” she wrote on November 10, adding, “One thing about me, I choose my words carefully and stand by everything I’ve said.” Cole Barnett of Love Is Blind on the post show Much Needed Therapy.

Jaclyn Diaz

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