Although the report was made on Apr. Naturally, fans began to reminisce about Bristol's short time on the MTV series, including her relationship with her ex-husband, Dakota Meyer. From the looks of Dakota's social media accounts , which are filled with some not-so-personal pieces of content minus few photos of his daughters, the Afghanistan veteran doesn't currently have a girlfriend. That or he's just good at hiding his dating life from the public, which you probably couldn't blame him for considering his life has been made into a spectacle by the MTV reality series. Fans might remember that Teen Mom OG chronicled the couple's rocky divorce in
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It doesn't feel like 23 years have passed since I got my first positive pregnancy test. Despite how long it's been, I can still think back to those early days and remember exactly how I felt. I was so scared and confused. I felt guilty any time I felt a little excitement. I knew that the circumstances were terrible, but part of me wanted to, at least, try to find happiness in the moment. I had never even kissed a boy before the day that I lost my virginity.
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However, some critics have criticized the shows for "glamorizing" teen pregnancy. Whether you like these shows or not, they have sparked a long-overdue national discussion on this issue. Three years ago, I was flipping through a magazine when I read an article that stopped me cold. Jamie Lynn Spears' pregnancy was a lead story in the news, but this piece talked about the , other teenage girls who get pregnant each year in the U.
Prior to learning the news when she was five weeks along, she and her boyfriend of five years had broken up. So, you can only imagine how difficult it must have been for Cichon to tell her ex-boyfriend he was going to be a father:. Telling the news to her parents was truly heartbreaking, and not any easier. It's definitely unexpected news for any girl to break to mom and dad:. It can be really difficult for other teens to have an understanding of what you're going through.