Although Chelsea Houska’s life may seem picture perfect from the outside, it’s impossible to ignore the fact that she’s gone through her own set of difficulties and hardships. Fans have watched as she’s struggled to comfort her daughter, Aubree, as it becomes more and more clear that her baby daddy Adam Lind might never step up as a father.
But that’s not the only difficulty that Chelsea is facing right now. In fact, she’s recently opened up about something much more frightening: she’s fearing for her life!
Teen Mom 2 has just wrapped, which means one thing: reunions. The reunions have brought us some of the most dramatic moments of this entire season, but for Chelsea Houska, it’s a time of reflection.
This season hasn’t been easy on the mother of three. After giving birth to her third child, Laney, Chelsea’s family got a little bigger and a whole lot cuter, but raising two children under two years old is a challenge for even the most perfect of mothers. And that’s far from the only challenge that Chelsea was facing this season.
In scene after heartbreaking scene, viewers watched as Chelsea continually had to fight with her first baby daddy Adam and his mother, Doris. Throughout the season, Adam and Doris continued to push the boundaries of their custody agreement with Aubree, leading to more and more frustration from Chelsea and Cole.
But it wasn’t just this that was heartbreaking – it was also painfully difficult realizing that Aubree is now old enough to understand what’s going on. So over and over again, Aubree realized that her own father couldn’t or didn’t want to spend time with her.
And that’s still not it for Chelsea’s difficulties! At the center of this season is one more hardship: her battle with anxiety!
Chelsea started speaking out about her anxiety this season, and it came to a head when she was preparing for an event to promote her new clothing line.
Unfortunately, Chelsea’s anxiety seems to be getting debilitating, and she seems to be struggling with the decision to seek professional treatment for it, instead relying on the likes of Cole and non-psychologist Dr. Drew for advice. And during the reunion, she opened up about just how intense it’s been getting.