"Teen Mom OG" flourishes under consistent drama. From contentious relationships, prison sentences and pregnancies, these women have battled through the worst and celebrated the best. Maci Bookout is now married to Taylor McKinney with three children; Farrah Abraham is a bona fide businesswoman with three different stores; Amber Portwood is engaged and sober; and Catelynn Lowell is conquering chaos. Their public lives under perpetual scrutiny have led to a spectrum of judgment, and fans have worried ad hominem about these young mothers throughout their journeys.

The latest episode featured Baltierra's mother concerned about not just Lowell's heath but his, too. The hardwearing couple have accomplished so much, and nettlesome events could rupture their golden bond.

Tumultuous relationship with depression

Documented evidence of Lowell's grapples with depression are evinced on "Teen Mom OG." She overcame a myriad of hardships before, during and after her first pregnancy. Even though she is a successful author, homeowner, wife and mother, her problems with guilt, coping mechanisms and illness mushroom under microscopic media.

Viewers sympathize with her pain, and her victories over oppression wrenched the hearts of millions. The penultimate episode showcased Baltierra and his mom enmeshed in conversation over lunch. She expressed, "I see you doing so many different things...and then things start going kind of haywire...I have noticed this little depression in you." Baltierra receives treatment in therapy, but his parent has a valid reason for her distress.

His wife and daughter are top priorities, but so is Baltierra.

MTV spreads awareness

Lowell and Baltierra can channel their demons into monsters vanquished. MTV launched into music, but the network has branched into a multitude of avenues. Stigmatization can lesson with open discussions about the gravitas of illness, and these celebrities have cultivated positive change with their blunt honesties. Fortunately, their followers will see them again on a new series titled "Reunited." Lowell and Baltierra will provide their services in order to reunite birthparents and their adopted children.

Watch the innovative program on December 5th, 2015, at 10/9c!

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