Do you agree?
"I took a lot of abuse from [Kate]. I was put down," he says. "She'll call me, almost like a lame fish. Like I wasn't going anywhere."
He then says: "Well, excuse me, I'm taking care of the kids. She's on book tours, she's doing all these things. You know she's gone a week ... comes back. Packs up and leaves again. I'm standing there like, 'Oh, OK. Your mom's gone again.'"
The entire interview with Gosselin will air on GMA September 8 and 9, as well as on "Primetime: Family Secrets" on September 8 at 10 PM.
Do you think Jon Gosselin "took a lot of abuse" from Kate?
15 Things about Jon and Kate
The couple met at a picnic in 1997; they were married two years later.
Kate is two years older than Jon.
Jon is of French, Irish, and Korean descent. His mother was born and raised in Hawaii.
Kate sought fertility treatment after she was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.
In the beginning, Kate was pregnant with septuplets, not sextuplets, but one of the fetuses was lost prior to delivery.
The sextuplets were born premature at 30 weeks.
A year later, they were featured in another special, entitled "Surviving Sextuplets and Twins: One Year Later." Eventually the title was changed to "Jon and Kate Plus 8," and the show moved to the TLC channel in 2008.
In order for the crew to film "Jon and Kate Plus 8," they had to install permanent studio light fixtures in the Gosselin's home.
Kate got her tummy tuck in 2006.
It's estimated that the family receives $25,000 to $50,000 per episode.
Jon and Kate filed for divorce on June 20, 2009.
Jon has reportedly dated two women since the breakdown of his marriage: 23-year-old teacher Deanna Hummel, and most recently, Hailey Glassman, the daughter of the plastic surgeon who performed Kate's tummy tuck.