Farrah Abraham | End of Teen Mom

Exclusive! Teen Mom Star Farrah Abraham Opens Up About The End of Teen Mom

Mom Jeanine
August 29, 2012

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That’s it! The final episode of Teen Mom aired tonight and it was sad to see it all end. We’ll miss definitely miss seeing the adorable babies and their moms, but it’s been an amazing journey watching everyone grow up. Below, find out how Farrah is feeling now that it’s all over.

Congrats on your grades! Did your accomplishments in school make it easier for you to cope with Sophia being in Omaha?
Of course! Making sure I focused all my time away from Sophia to better our future makes me happy and I know in the end it will benefit Sophia’s life. I’m happiest when I’m being productive in a positive way. Otherwise there is no point being away from Sophia.

Why do you think you were so emotional during your weekend in Omaha?
At the time, I was still emotionally sensitive. Being home brought back sad memories of Derek and I when we were younger. I am trying to move forward in a emotionally sound way when I’m back home in Omaha which will be better for me moving forward. I just have to remember the past and know that I’ve learned so much from my experience as a teen. That’s why writing my book, My Teenage Dream Ended, was so helpful and thereputic.

Some people have said you should have been more compassionate and grateful to your mom before you went back to Florida. Why were you so adamant about leaving and not coming back often?
What many viewers may not see on TV is just how controlling my mother can be. It gets to be too much and she tends to try to parent Sophia when she should respect my space as Sophia’s mom. So I am thankful to hop on a plane and have my own life seperate from my mom’s. I’m thankful when my mom acts like a caring, supportive grandma–nothing more, nothing less.

Now that you’ve seen the final episode of Teen Mom, how do you feel now that it’s all over?
I’m so happy being a Teen Mom is over! I’m thankful for having so many wonderful moments with Sophia caught on tape, as well seeing us grow up and become our own people. It was very helpful for me to watch. But at the same time, I don’t want to be known for any more rumors or drama. I’m ready to show my fans and supporters my hard work, my education and Sophia and I’s first restaurant :)

What are your plans for moving on after Teen Mom?
Sophia and I have many plans moving on from Teen Mom. I’m working hard on my next books, building our first restaurant, and making lots of webisodes, Vlogs, and fun videos on our YouTube channel, youtube.com/pafarrahabraham.

What can you tell us about the reunion? Any juicy details fans shouldn’t miss?
Oh my! The reunion next week is going to shock many fans. As for myself, you will see how I feel about dating now. I think the biggest shocker for me is Maci & Kyle’s status. Check out the final Teen Mom Reunion Special next week! And thank you fans for supporting us through the years–it means a lot!

Watch Farrah Abraham on Teen Mom Tuesdays at 10 p.m. EST on MTV. Follow Farrah on Twitter @F1abraham.

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  • Truth
    August 29, 2012

  • .” It gets to be too much and she tends to try to parent Sophia when she should respect my space as Sophia’s mom. So I am thankful to hop on a plane and have my own life seperate from my mom’s. I’m thankful when my mom acts like a caring, supportive grandma–nothing more, nothing less.”
    YOU HAD HER TAKE CARE OF YOUR CHILD FOR A MONTH! That is definitely more than a grandma. Your mom parents Sophia too, and if you truly didn’t want that then you would have taken care of your kid on your own and not put so much responsibility on your mom. You only want her there when it’s convenient for you and as soon as she is no longer needed you bite her head off. You are just not a nice person, plain and simple.

  • Sharshar
    August 29, 2012

  • You have the Nerve to say “So I am thankful to hop on a plane and have my own life seperate from my mom’s. I’m thankful when my mom acts like a caring, supportive grandma–nothing more, nothing less. How dare you say that your mom acts like a caring, supportive, grandma! Your mother has been there for you (YOUR SUPPORT SYSTEM!!!) since the birth of Sophia up until you moved to Florida and after you settled there. If you didn’t need your mother to keep Sophia for a whole month because of school, how would you have passed with an A+??? You knew that you needed your mother’s support, that’s the reason you asked her to keep Sophia for a month because things were so overwhelming and you needed to pass your class/classes! Regardless of how your mom can be controlling at times, remember she is your mother and you need to respect her no matter what! I agree with what the previous person said when they commented that Your mom parents Sophia too, and if you truly didn’t want that, then you would have taken care of your Sophia on your own and not put so much responsibility on your mom. You only want her there when it’s convenient for you and as soon as she is no longer needed you bite her head off or treats her like she’s a piece of crap. I am way older than you, as a matter of fact I’m 39 years old and have a son who just turned 5 years old, and I would Never Ever treat my mom the way you treat your mother. I still need and ask my mother questions when I want answers. Yes, I’m a positive role model for my son and want the best for him. I also love to have my time with my son also, but you need to remember family will always be there for you and will never turn their back on you. Stop trying to be superwoman because you’re not! I had a lot of friends who mistreated their mother, just as you do yours and regret it when their mom was no longer there for them to call to say hello or I love you. Remember you have one mother! Cherish your mom!!

  • Jenn
    August 29, 2012

  • I think you’re one of the meanest, most ungrateful people I’ve ever seen. Your poor mother. And that poor sweet little girl :( Unfortunately she will most likely end up a brat like you. So sad, because she is such a precious child. You have so much growing up to do. .

  • C.j.
    August 29, 2012

  • I agree with others Farrah is just a witch in sheep clothing. If her mom’s so bad she would leave her alone. She loves the drama surrounding her mom and so does her sister Ashley. I feel sorry for Sophia. In a few more years she’ll be calling her Farrah instead of Mom if she doesn’t do so already . You see how bratty she’s already starting to turn from demanding things all the time as the result from Farrah’s poor influence. You NEVER once see Farrah encourage Sophia to use good manners especially at the dinner table. She ONLY encourages her to say thank-you when she buys Sophia something.

    I hope she gets a better publisher because her book is a serious joke. Its not even a book its like a diary that was written by a twelve year old literally. I wish Dr. Drew would call Farrah out on her spoiled and entitlement attitude but he won’t as usual. If she ever wants to keep a man or a healthy and stable relationship or friendship with anyone she needs to check herself. But knowing Farrah and her serious lack of social skills and self-absorbed entitlement attitude she’ll find a way to blame everyone else but herself for her emotional and relationship problems.

  • Carly tenney
    August 29, 2012

  • First, who in the world would buy a book written by Farrah? She states she will enjoy watching the tapes of the show with Sophia some day. Really? You mean you can actually watch them and not see for yourself how hateful you were to your mother? Your screaming at her and treating her like dirt? Your mother was there ready to take care of YOUR child when it wasn’t convenient for you. Wow! Grandmas are supposed to love their grandchildren, spoil them, etc. But NOT raise them. That is for the parent of the child. And your mother was good enough to do all this for you and you never appreciated it. I always felt so sorry for your mom and so did my daughters, who, by the way are your age. Farrah, you really need to grow up. And then you need to apologize to your mother.

  • Me
    August 29, 2012

  • You are the the most deluded narcissist and the nastiest bitch i have ever seen. It’s just awful they way you treat people!!! It will come back to haunt you.

  • lori
    August 30, 2012

  • I agree that Farrah is a total narcissist who could benefit from some parenting classes however, after watching 4 yrs of her relationship with her mother I can see its a two way street with the hateful way they treat each other. The simple fact that her sister behaves the same way towards their mother tells you something about their mothers parenting ability. Bashing her for her treatment of her mom is childish you don’t know all of the circumstances which have lead to this behavior all you have to go on is the edited version of their lives we are shown and we all know the show is edited to elicit the most drama they can get for ratings. Yes she should actually try listening before jumping all over her mom but we don’t know what led up to the anger or the repulsive way in which they communicate. So back off and give the girl a break eventually she will grow up and realize the world doesn’t owe her a damn thing and that her mom is the only mom she will ever have and change how she acts.

  • RJ
    September 1, 2012

  • I’m not really sure why anyone of us is “SURPRISED” by Farrah’s actions. I can’t believe on her Twitter she was ridiculing Tyler and Gary for how they were acting. She’s been a train wreck since Season 1. The reason she is sooo terrible to her parent’s is because her parent’s treated Derek badly & never approved of them being together. (Her father got arrested on TWO separate occasions BOTH involving Derek.) She has resentment because no matter what they say or do it’s never going to bring him back or make it right. From what it looks like on TV, it doesn’t seem like her mother or father showed much compassion for her involving his death. The face is she has to look at him everyday when she looks at Sophia and that’s gotta be hard as hell. She’s got emotional issues. Sophia will most likely have some kind of issue down the line as well if her mother refers to Derek as “baby daddy.” Thats so ghetto, and uncalled for. One day Sophia is going to watch all these Teen Moms and have a say and I don’t think Farrah nor her parents are gonna like what she’s going to say. Not to mention her future friends are going to see it as well. It’s just sad. Instead of being on Teen Mom, airing all her frustrations and drama on TV for a quick buck, she should have been dealing with other things.

  • MzLewis34
    September 4, 2012

  • You people are mean. Farrah has a lot of growing up to do. Who didn’t think they knew everything at her age. Farrah seems to be very independent, and wants that type of acknowledgement and respect from her parents. But she seems to want to get out in the world and make her own mistakes, without her mother always chiming in. But she goes about getting her point across the wrong way. If anyone is worried about what will make Farrah realize how wrong she treats here parents, just wait for Sophia to get older. She is going to give Farrah the BLUES because Karma is to have a daughter that acts exactly how you did with your mother, or worse.

  • nunya
    September 5, 2012

  • It’s always really interesting to me that Farrah can ask her mother to watch HER child for a whole month, and then accuse her mother of being too controller and that she needs her space. WHAT?! Sophia’s right, Farrah is a bad person.