Due to coronavirus, online learning has been a struggle for most. But after one Black, disabled teen in Michigan was jailed for not doing her homework during the pandemic — leaders came together to have her released. And after 80 days in detention, she has been released.
A mom writes in asking for advice about her husband. She says she recently found out her husband has been having an affair. Even more heartbreaking is that this woman and husband are due to have a baby in just about a month. After learning of her husband’s affair, this mom is feeling conflicted about allowing him to join her in the delivery room. On the one hand, she is heartbroken, and having him be there would be painful for her. On the other hand, she recognizes that she is giving birth to his child and that he should perhaps be there. What should she do?
A mom writes in asking for advice about giving birth during the ongoing novel Coronavirus pandemic. This mom-to-be-says she has a C-section scheduled for November, and she is terrified. She is terrified that her husband will not be allowed to be in the delivery room with her and that she will be alone during the birth. She wants to hear from other moms who have given or are planning to give birth during the pandemic for advice and support.
Shawn, 28, explained in a new YouTube video, Body Image Issues: 110 Lbs. to Pregnant, that the conclusion of the 2008 Olympics left her feeling lost and without purpose — and that the rigorous training and strict diet that she had been following up until that point gave her an unrealistic idea of what her body should look like.
Mama June’s drug use, as well as rehab experience, is the main focus of the We TV series Mama June: Family Crisis. For the majority of last year, she has been estranged from her daughters, arrested for felony drug possession, and is now sharing her experiences due to her drug use in regards to her health.