Farrah Abraham is one of the strongest, most mature Teen Moms, but even she has her vulnerable moments.
She revealed that while writing her book, My Teenage Dream Ended, which hits shelves this summer, she "cried a lot."
"It opened me up," she explained. "I’m in a whole other place now. I’m happy. It’s touching stuff and very relatable to people. It was hard to talk about when I was writing."
Farrah's got a ton of projects in the works, including launching her Mom & Me food product line and opening an Asian-Italian fusion restaurant.
"Something you could get is a fortune cookie filled with gnocchi," she said.
And while the original Teen Mom series this summer, Farrah may be seen elsewhere on our television screens. Her dream is to emulate celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis.
"I’ve met with Food Network and in the future, maybe I’ll have my own show," she said.
Of course, she may stick with MTV, too.
"That is an option waiting to happen. MTV is my family," she noted. "I’m seeing how things play out."
You go, girl!
Source: Insite Gainsville