Octomom Nadya Suleman is speaking candidly about her mental state in a new interview with Entertainment Tonight. In the interview, Suleman admits that she has been getting counseling to help her deal with childhood scars, however she denies that she’s ever "been diagnosed with anything."
The mother of 14 says she began getting help two years ago with the birth of her twins. She calls her mother’s negative reaction to her decision to have more children a result of "anger and resentment" and says her therapy has helped her cope with the birth of her octuplets.
Check out the video below with Nadya’s interview!
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