Frazier -- who had previously openly professed her love for Lowe and even told him her ring size and preferred engagement ring cut -- took the news hard and left the Rose Ceremony in silence once The Bachelor star didn't give her a rose.
"This wasn't a silly game to me. This wasn't about a joy ride and about laughter and joking and having fun," she said in tears after leaving the location of the Rose Ceremony, which took place in November.
"It's hard to say goodbye to Sean because I let him in and I loved him. I just feel real heavy in my heart. It's the ultimate reject. I really thought Sean was 'The One.'"
However, Frazier's heart has healed during the last three months.
"I'm at the best place in my life. I now know what itâ€™s like to dive into love wholeheartedly," she told Us.
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