Do you watch Teen Mom?
I find myself watching Teen Mom with a million questions?
Do you watch Teen Mom? What do you think about the show?
I don't watch the show. Teen girls (grown up girls too sometimes) will do incredible, unimaginable things for attention and I believe this show is rewarding them for making selfish, reckless, and thoughless decisions. It doesn't matter how rough the road looks for these Teen Moms, there are young girls watching who are jealous and want to be right where those Teen Moms are.. In front of the camera!
No because I do not believe on supporting a show that promotes these kinds of values, especially to millions of young girls everywhere
I don't watch Teen Mom because I think it's crap, but my 17 year old does and she finds it to be interesting from the standpoint that the "parents" on this show are stupid and immature. She walks away from the show saying, god, I'm never going to put myself in that position. She's disgusted with both parents too.
I've watched some episodes, and honestly, it's sad. These girls had babies at too young of an age; they still have so much growing up to do themselves. And the way they treat their significant others and own families is too hard to watch sometimes. There's too many highly inflated egos on that show (as is true from most reality shows) that it's just too pathetic.
I also have many questions about the show. I actually attended high school with Farrah. I got pushed into the hall walls by the MTV camera crew along with Farrah and her posse. Even after knowing her to come off as stuck up, disrespectful, and self-absorbed I find myself a member of "team Farrah". She's human just like the rest of us. We don't know her whole story. I feel she is one of the strongest women I have ever met simply because I know what it is like to be a young parent with big dreams and aspirations. I know how hard it is to be a parent with my boyfriend here on this Earth so I cannot even fathom how hard it would be to raise your child after their father died. Having to look at your baby and see their father in their eyes or smile day after day, not being able to fully move on from the pain of losing your love and your child's father. She had a baby at 17, dealt with people degradig her and making fun of her, graduated high school, modeled, graduated college, moved out on her own, and is still raising her daughter to know who her father is.
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