'Teen Mom 2': Kailyn Lowry breaks down crying, says she feels like a bad mother who has made bad choices
Kailyn Lowry has always been vocal about her life and its problems on the show. In the latest episode (October 27), the reality star broke down crying after she recalled some of the relationships she has had in her life. Kailyn, who is a mother of four, admitted she had made some big mistakes while choosing the partner she wanted to date.
Reflecting on her relationship with Chris Lopez, Javi Marroquin and Jonathan "Jo" Rivera, Kailyn wished she had dealt with the relationships differently. The emotional scene took place when Kailyn's son Lincoln Marroquin, whom she shares with Javi, was curious to find out why he does not have a stepfather.
Kailyn did not have an answer to this. However, her oldest son Issac Rivera decided to step in. “When I was born, you liked my dad, right? Then they didn’t like each other anymore so then they broke up, and she found your dad, and then they got divorced after you were born. That’s how he became my stepdad, but then when they got divorced, he wasn’t my stepdad anymore, right?” he said.
Kailyn reflected on the people she had been with. “I think Isaac has picked up on some of the things that have gone on in my personal life because he’s asked me about them. There’s a lot of things going on that I’m dealing with privately and trying to work through in counseling. I don’t feel happy, I don’t feel good, I don’t feel like I’m being a good mom,” she said.
“I think I let certain people into my life knowing that they were toxic, and I ignored a lot of red flags, and I think I let them stay too long to the point where I lost myself,” she said. However, at the moment, Kailyn is focusing on raising her children. In the previous episode, she was seen looking for a house that would be perfect for her family.
Kailyn admitted Issac had been a big supporter of her through everything and he has always pushed her to be a better version of herself.
'Teen Mom 2' airs on Tuesdays at 8 pm ET on MTV.