"It wasn't like most reunions where it's like everybody gangs up on one person -- there were so many different moving parts and different people that were disagreeing about things that it felt 'fair-ish.' But it was more drama than normal."
Schroeder claimed most of that drama isn't directed in her direction!
"It was the most intense reunion we've ever had but the easiest on me," she explained. "I've had my fair share of being the one being beaten up on, so this one was the most fun for me."
Schroeder also opened up about how being in the public eye has made dating more difficult.
"I mean you're exposing your whole life, you're exposing your friends' lives, you're exposing your relationship. It makes dating really hard," she revealed. "Anyone that I would go on a date with I'd have to have that conversation, 'Would you be willing to be on TV?' That's freakin' weird."
"And you can't control how you're portrayed," she added. "You can't control any of it."
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