That's What You Said...About Farrah's Breakdown During The 'Teen Mom After Show'

Every Friday we thumb through your comments from the most-talked-about post of the week and highlight some of the best. Check out the latest That's What You Said below and make sure to share your own opinion!

As mentioned in a previous post, we took a different approach to producing our "Teen Mom After Show" this season. Instead of the normal format, we invited the "Teen Mom" girls to watch scenes dating all the way back to their "16 and Pregnant" episodes and comment on how far they've come since then. While we anticipated they'd all have emotional reactions to some of the content, Farrah completely broke down as she relived the scene from Season 3 where she and Sophia visited Derek's grave. After we shared the clip online, fans took to Remote Control and Facebook to share their thoughts on her strength and courage. Here are just a few:

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"Being a teen mom is hard! I'm proud of how great they are as mothers. They are truly amazing! I have total respect for any teen taking care of a baby." -- Iryna

"These girls, like any teen mother, have had a HELL of a learning curve. I give each of them credit in their own right, as they are not serving 5 yrs in jail for drugs, child neglect or battery. Bravo!" -- Rachel

"I have a lot of respect for these girls. Anyone that has a problem with them obviously hasn't been through what they have." -- Lauren


"Wow this was a tear-jerker--it hits home. I lost my husband a year ago and am raising kids. I look at them every day wondering how I'm going to explain to them who their father was." -- Ashley

"I think the saddest thing is Sophia growing up without a dad. It will get even harder when she's older, poor kid." -- Anna

"She is a good mom, Sophia isn't starving, abused, neglected, or mistreated in any way. Farrah is doing amazing with her education and trying to better her and her daughter's life." -- Rebecca

+ Everyone seems supportive of Farrah's "Teen Mom" journey--did you get to comment? Let's keep the conversation going!

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