In , six pregnant teens allowed MTV to film their pregnancies in the hopes that youngsters watching the resultant show — 16 and Pregnant — would learn from their mistakes and wait to start families. They were also hoping for good ratings, of course. Births to teen moms have been steadily dropping since , down 44 percent in nine years, according to the CDC. Rates dropped nine percent from to alone, reaching a historic low of
Kailyn Lowry Reaches Out To Estranged Mother After Birth Of Son
A Helping Hand For Pregnant Teens
It turns out, Kailyn and her mother have not spoken in years, and Kailyn is not sure she's ready to reach out to Suzi if she is not percent sober. To make matters worse, Kail wouldn't even know where to begin when it comes to reconnecting with her estranged mom. I don't know where she lives, I don't have her phone number, nothing. So, I want to start from scratch and reach out to her, my sister.
'Teen Mom' Catelynn Lowell Reaches out to Amber Portwood After Concerning Messages
By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the PopCulture. In a clip from Monday's season finale, Lowell reveals she's been receiving concerning texts from her longtime co-star and friend, who has admitted to thinking about killing herself. For Lowell, who checked herself into a rehab facility last year after a miscarriage prompted suicidal thoughts, it was a worrying pattern. Husband Tyler Baltierra, who has dealt with mental health issues of his own over the years asks his wife if Portwood is talking to anyone, but Lowell says to the best of her knowledge, the struggling reality personality was relying on boyfriend Andrew Glennon, his family and her psychiatrist during this time. Baltierra explains that he relates to Glennon, having had to care for his and Lowell's 3-year-old daughter Nova by himself while she was away , and is supportive when his wife explains she might try to go and visit her friend to let her know she hears her and cares about her.
Last Tuesday, thousands of teenage girls waited outside for entry into the Toyota Center for the Justin Beiber concert. Gathered quietly in a circle just inside were a special group of teenage girls who were already moms or preparing to become ones very soon. Some of the girls lived together in a maternity home called, LifeHouse in South Houston.