Felicia sits down with SuChin Pak to discuss how the relationship with her mother and Alex has changed since pregnancy.
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i love teen mom its awsome:)
hey guess what....you still have to go to college to be a cosmetologist hun. im in cosmetology school atm
i understand what the teen mom are going through becuz i also have a baby so i know how they are feeliing and go through itz not easy what so ever im really greatful that mtv has aired teen mom and 16 and pregnant becuz now i know im not the only one going through these problem
Of ALL ALL ALL the episodes this one really hit a nerve. (I think for alot of us as well)
My issue is mainly that Felicia cannot tell Alex her feelings. It's okay to raise your voice and step up and tell him "Don't leave we're still talkin." 'Cause err! that ****** me off when he repeatly ALLOWED himself to walk out of the conversation when she was "trying" to tell him her feelings. I just hope Felicia that you let that out in other healthy means. Don't bottle up your feelings good and bad Felicia. Your with him because it seems you don't want to be alone. We can ALL say he's this and that but it's you and your little girl that will be a tag-team duo! : )
i got pregnant at a the age of 17 then i turned 18 and thats when i realized im really gonna b a mom! I was planning on going to thenavy but now i haveki! so its gonna be real hard! but i havethe support of my family to push me threw boot camp. even tho the father is noinvlved i found someone that is willing to take his place as daddy! so to all u girls who r pregnant at a young age dont worry cuz like my mom said ur not the first u wont b the last! just keep in mind u have family and u have a life to live so live it
this is my fav girl she needs to dump that loser! hes ugly
You made a very good point. All the people I knew is highschool which was 17 yrs. ago who got married and had babies did not make it. Not a One! Their babies are now at that age and their own lives are a disaster. I think its more than about the money for her because if that was the case there's always child support without having that fool in the house.
I got pregnant at 17, and got married because I felt it was the right thing to do to be sure my son had the family he deserved. Now I am 22 and divorced. I know you don't want to hear this, but I wish someone had told me before I married my ex, so I'm going to tell you. You are an amazing woman. You had a beautiful baby and grew into a mother. I know you think you love Alex, but honey he is still a child. Having a baby doesn't effect a man the same way it does a woman. You will spend so much of your life, and hers, waiting for him to grow up and realize what he is missing out on, until one day you wake up and realize that both of you deserve better. You have support, which not a lot of teen mothers can say. His money is not enough to keep him around if he can't even see what he has. I hope you watched the show, and saw what he had to say about being a father. Nothing you can do will change how he feels. That's all on him. But his lack of respect for you is astounding. Not even coming home? No respectable person would do that to someone they love. And honestly, that is a lot of disrespect to your mom too. I understand what it's like to feel like your parents are putting their noses in business that isn't theirs, but if she doesn't tell you, and she can't talk to her own daughter about it, who can?? How would you feel if your daughter let her boyfriend talk to you the way he talked to and treated your mother? And on national TV no less. You have so much strength in you, don't let anything tear you down. You deserve to be built up and loved, just like your own daughter. It took me a lot of years and pain and ignoring what my heart was telling me to see that, so I truly hope that you don't have to go through that to realize what you're worth. If your dreams have to be put on hold temporarily, that's all it is girl: temporary. Don't give up, go to college. That is my biggest regret in life, that I gave up a full scholarship because I thought it would be too hard, and I had to work. You still have the power over your life and where you take it. Now you just have an adorable little passenger to take along for the ride, and teach her what it means to be a woman. Never give up, respect yourself, set high standards, and don't compromise your expectations for yourself or for her. You will find a man one day who will love you for loving yourself and your daughter, and having the strength to do what is best rather than what is easier.
out of all the 16 and pregant shows im glad when the baby was born and at end of this show she grew "balls" to mother up and take care of her baby. and glad that she starting to see that her "boyfriend" is a flake.
you know girl you can do better you have your family to support you and if you ever in CA im single too ( if your 18 or over) and i dont mind the baby ill work my ass off to support the baby and you ;)
Aree you Caucasian ? C i think only whitee people have that way of thinking also racist. Were Ever you get this sit from is a racist website. How many Caucasian girls arent getting knocked up most of the movies of teen pregnancy are Caucasian I Live Were Theres So Many CAUCASIAN People and most of the population here were young mothers.
Where sheee from she lookss Salvadorian or Mexican
EEEKKKK!! And I don't understand why you think I was putting Hispanic-Americans down...I NEVER SAID THEY ARE BETTER OR WORSE THAN ANY OTHER RACE....!! You remind me of my husband when we fight...I say that I'm American, I'm not like Egyptian women and he thinks I'm saying I'm better!!! LOL Again, perspective!!! I merely am telling him that I don't think or ACT in the same ways as the women from his culture. We are different. Like, for example, the fact that Caucasians are more likely to have cystic fibrosis than any other race...or African-American women are more likely to get abortions...these are facts. Okay, I'm done.
I live in a city, where most of the welfare clients are African-American, but I think that's because there are a lot more black people here than any other race...it depends on where you're coming from. And again, statistically in America, Hispanic-Americans have the highest pregnancy rate while being the least educated. I did provide the website within a prior comment. P.S.- I do appreciate your feedback, although I still refute it.
If you are responding to my comment(s), of course, I am not offended. It's extremely hard to offend me. I understand your point of view, as well, but the way I say it is the way that it is. I don't sugar-coat anything. I'm not racist, my husband is an arab man from Egypt...my son is named Moustafa! I'm saying that her family fits the "stereotype", with nobody graduating high school, her attempting to become the first. All I was saying is that she is another statistic for Hispanics here in America, who in fact, really let her mother down. She wanted her daughter to "break the cycle" and it didn't happen for her; her mother wanted her to have a better life. That's all I'm saying, I'm not on a throne. It's just that people cannot handle what I have to say because it's true. It's like a smack back to sense, I understand, but people should be a little more critical...I am of myself and of others. Without critics, how would the world change? There's a optimistic view at the end of my "pessimism". And to be even more blunt, because I was a teen mother, I CAN ABSOLUTELY be critical and judgmental when it comes to the subject because I've been there, continued the cycle and can therefore only advocate against teen pregnancy through AWARENESS. I hope you're mature mind can grasp this concept.
its not unnatural to go back to your prebaby body some people just gain baby weight only. do your research
hey do have a baby so what are talking are you perfect or what don't talk if you don't know what is feel like
did you call that life what are you juging people wow think your so perfect
what are perfect or what