Curious what happened on tonight's season premiere? Keep reading to find out!
Maci gets more tricks than treats
Bentley is already eight-years-old — but that doesn’t mean co-parenting with her ex, Ryan, has gotten any easier for Maci. The mom-of-three is celebrating Halloween with Benny and Jayde and Maverick — her two little ones with husband Taylor McKinney — and says that she isn’t going to take Bentley to see Ryan given his bad track record on Halloween.
Despite Maci’s doubts, Ryan does show up (albeit late), and the blended family manage to have a happy Halloween. Score 1 for co-parenting!
Amber teaches Leah to be a #GirlBoss
Taking a cue from her nemesis Farrah, Amber decides to open her own store, which we now know to be her online boutique, Forever Haute (more on Farrah's businesses later). She says that she wants to set her and her daughter up for life post-Teen Mom, and adding that she wants to teach her daughter that women can be "bosses," too! Go girl!
Amber continues to showcase her maturity when she (a recovering addict) opted not to take painkillers after a painful dental procedure — but despite that, Gary opted not to give her more time with Leah, which causes her to breakdown.
Farrah’s businesses thrive, but her personal life does not
Farrah reminds us that she’s a business woman — she does have three successful storefronts — but, unfortunately, things aren’t as great when it comes to her personal life… Especially with her mom, Debra.
Things take a turn for the nasty (as they often do with Farrah and her mom) when the two open up about therapy, and Farrah blames her mom for their issues while Deb, shockingly, takes the opposite approach.
Tyler takes his turn getting help
Last season, we saw as Catelynn went to treatment as she dealt with her depression and anxiety. This season, we see Tyler and Cate in therapy, where Ty admits that he doesn’t feel joy or anger — and he’s reminded of when he was in high school and he attempted suicide.
From there, he promises to focus on Catelynn’s mental health — as well as his own — as he feels he has “no strength left” because he’s spent so much of his strength and energy on his wife’s issues.
If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255!
Check out how much all the Teen Mom kids have grown up in the video below!