My Teenage Dream Ended

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My Teenage Dream Ended

Format:  Hardcover,

223 pages

Publisher: Random House Inc

Publish Date: Aug 2012

ISBN-13: 9781576875988

ISBN-10: 1576875989

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"I got off the phone and I tried to calm down, but my mind was racing. Derek was the father of the baby I was carrying inside me. He was my first love, my only true love. We hadn't spoken in more than two months, but crazily I had still hoped we had a future together--me, him, and our baby, as one happy family. It's every teenage girl's dream, isn't it? You meet a boy, you fall in love, and then one day you have a family and grow old together, happily ever after."
Fans of MTV's critically acclaimed hit series, Teen Mom, have followed Farrah Abraham's tumultuous life as a single teen mother. Her fiery, relentless spirit, and her unwavering commitment to getting the best out of life for herself and her daughter Sophia in spite of all the drama constantly surrounding her have made her a beloved star and media sensation. Now, in this unflinching, at times heartbreaking, memoir, Farrah reveals the difficult truth about the life that hasn't been seen on television.

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Publisher: Random House Inc
Publish Date: Aug 2012
ISBN-13: 9781576875988
ISBN-10: 1576875989
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 223
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.95
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 6.0 x 8.75 x 0.75
Walmart No.: 9781576875988

Chapter outline

Prologue
The Phone Call That Changed My Life
I Met Him at a Basketball Game
Best St. Patrick's Day Ever!
Sealed with a Kiss
Sister Sister
Falling In
The Crotch Incident
After Prom
Not Like a Virgin
Happy Birthday to Me
Flirting for Revenge
I Roll the Dice
The Lying Starts
The Green-Eyed Monster Rears It's Ugly Head
Close Call
Luv U Babe
Caught in the Act
Lock-Down at Grandma and Grandpa's
Free at Last!
Back to School
No Promises
Our (First) Break-Up
Without this Ring…
Rebound Guy
No Mr. Nice Guy
Dude, There's a Hair in My Taco
Time to Talk
Prom Nightmare
Graduation Gas-And-Go
Liar, Liar
Late
Brawl at the Salty Dog
Cold War Games
Time to Face the Truth
Unplanned Parenthood
Time to Face the Music
On My Own
Calling All Pregnant Teens
Word Gets Out
Done with Proms
From Bad to Worse
It Came Down to a Lost Phone
The Last Time I Saw Him
Cake and Hormones
The Wreck
Searching for Closure
Life Goes On…
Pregnant Girl
Hello Sophia!
Bringing Home Baby
Party Girl
The Breaking Point
The Aftermath
Stormy Weather
Moving Forward
The Sunshine State
Moving Day
Unhappy Holidays
Finally Getting Up from Rock Bottom
ANew Dream

Book description

“I got off the phone and I tried to calm down, but my mind was racing. Derek was the father of the baby I was carrying inside me. He was my first love, my only true love. We hadn’t spoken in more than two months, but crazily I had still hoped we had a future together—me, him, and our baby, as one happy family. It’s every teenage girl’s dream, isn’t it? You meet a boy, you fall in love, and then one day you have a family and grow old together, happily ever after.”

Fans of MTV’s critically acclaimed hit series, Teen Mom, have followed Farrah Abraham’s tumultuous life as a single teen mother. Her fiery, relentless spirit, and her unwavering commitment to getting the best out of life for herself and her daughter Sophia in spite of all the drama constantly surrounding her have made her a beloved star and media sensation. Now, in this unflinching, at times heartbreaking, memoir, Farrah reveals the difficult truth about the life that hasn’t been seen on television.

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Rated 3.3 out of 5★ by 3reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5★ by Poorly written and not interesting. Very disappointing. 09/21/2012
Rated 4 out of 5★ by If you like farrah from teen mom its a good read even though there are quiet a few mistakes on there. But if u don't like her it explains in detail whyshe has such a bad relationship with her parents. And explains things that 16 and pregnant and teen mom didn't. But overall its a pretty interesting read. 09/21/2012
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