It's time for the teen moms to sit down with someone who really cares about
remaining kind of relevant them. Welcome to the reunion special with Dr. Drew, where he promises to further exploit -- but never solve -- any problem in an hour flat.
After four seasons of this show, it's obvious that the only reality check Jenelle's gotten has been the direct deposit kind. Recently, Jenelle was arrested for possession of heroin and assaulting her husband. I must admit, every time I see her name, I worry that it's going to be attached to an obituary.
Having been brought up in the very religious Deep South, I long thought that even dry humping could get you pregnant. And certainly no one taught me about masturbation. But is this really the way we want to handle human sexuality? Why is sex so taboo?
What can I say? Sometimes it's incredibly entertaining to watch people screw up their lives. But when do you separate the entertainment value of the television part from the cold, hard reality part?
Teen mom Farrah Abraham released a song called "Finally Getting Up From Rock Bottom." This might be worse than those "Friday" or "Hot Girls" songs! ...
All parents -- even teen parents -- want to give their children a better life with more opportunity than they had. As a community we should want this for our children as well.
Amber was taken to the hospital and put on suicide watch for 72 hours. After leaving, she went straight to rehab. Her medication has been readjusted, and she's feeling angry, confused and defeated.
Despite a decline of almost 50 percent over the past two decades, rates of teen childbearing in the United States are twice as high as in Canada and Australia, three times higher than in Germany, and eight times higher than in Switzerland.
In a classroom, a group of eighth graders dressed in skinny jeans, shrunken cardigans and obscure indie rock band tees gather together. Their teacher flips open her laptop to take notes.
Marriage and unions may look different today than they did even a decade ago, but some things never change.
It's music to my ears when Sophie asks, "Do we have any Shark Tanks taped?" This kid knows more about sales, profits, balance sheets and corporate valuations than I could ever have dreamed she would at this age.
It seems like every time I turn on the television there is a new ridiculous reality show. The far-fetched idea of reality for entertainment makes me really question the intelligence of my generation.
But criticism aside -- and disagreeing with some, come on, those girls had jobs -- the true draw of "The Hills" was its ability to capture friendship in all its doom and glory.
Leah launches into her Minnie Mouse squeaky cry thing and is "really sorry" ... Then, Dr. Drew says something that goes against everything we learned: "Cheating is not a fatal blow to a relationship, Corey."
Just when you thought they were gone, the teen moms pop up faster than two lines on a pregnancy test. How's life been since the show wrapped? Are the ladies mentally stable? Are their babies well-adjusted? And more importantly, what color is their hair?
When Leah heads to drop the twins off with Corey, she's about two sobs away from full-blown ugly cry. It'll be her first night alone, and the loneliness hits her like a ton of slutty bricks. (Sold exclusively at Home-Wrecking Depot.)