Exclusive! Teen Mom's Farrah Abraham Talks About Moving to Florida Without Sophia
September 14, 2011
If you missed last night’s 90 minute episode of Teen Mom, you missed a lot. We’ve been following Farrah’s moving saga, but it took a serious turn last night when her mom suggested that Farrah move to Florida without Sophia. Farrah’s reaction? Find out below:
Your mom was very upset at the beginning of the episode when you mentioned moving to Florida–why do you think she is taking the move so hard?
She doesn’t want Sophia and I to move away. We are a big part of her life and it’s hard for her to handle.
How did you feel the counseling session with your parents went?
I feel the counseling session with my parents went well. I’d rather have a third person in the room any day when having a conversation with my parents so there’s a better outcome.
During the session, did you feel like Dina was standing up for you or being divisive like your mom suggested?
Dina was doing her part in the counseling session and wasn’t really taking any sides. She brings up points that we shouldn’t ignore and that will help us communicate more effectively.
What made you consider your parents’ suggestion of leaving Sophia with them?
When parents act like you’re negatively impacting your child, you double check your decisions. That’s why I tried to hear them out and consider their concerns.
Do you think there would be any advantages to leaving Sophia with your parents?
The only advantage I can see with leaving my daughter with my mother was to work hard, get ahead at work, and have greeat opportunities in the new location.
When deciding whether or not to bring Sophia to Florida with you, did you fear people would judge you?
Honestly, I wanted Sophia to move with me from the very beginning. When my mom came up with the idea of Sophia staying with her, it created drama as if I’d be doing the right thing by taking her or leaving her with my mom. People can judge either way.
Watch Farrah Abraham on Teen Mom Tuesdays at 10 p.m. EST on MTV. Follow her on Twitter @F1abraham.
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