I would never go on an intimate date with Charlie Sheen. He is really not my type at all.
— Farrah Abraham
I feel like when you just say what the truth is, you can't really comment more than that.
I'm very proud, and God's blessed me with an amazing career.
There's no reason to hide anything; there's just timeliness of age and what's appropriate.
I'm blessed with good genes, but I also love to look my best self.
I've crossed adulthood, and I feel like lots of people are fighting that.
I try to have all my songs relatable for my daughter in a fun and upbeat way that has a meaning.
I do not associate with and I do not speak back to negativity.
I'm anything but a small-town girl. I have big, big dreams, and I plan on making them happen.
I detest people who lie. I can't stand it.
I'm very specific about the guys I don't like and what I'm not okay with.
I guess I don't really let the stress of my family weigh on my career, weigh on my options anymore, which I think we all need freedom from.
I actually just keep things very professional. I don't need acceptance from anyone but God, so that's just kind of where I focus it all.
I've learned a lot from counseling and talking about the mistakes that I've made; I've understood why I made them.
I just really love business.
I think everyone should - can share whatever they wish when their heart is touched and they want to spread more positivity rather than segregation and separation in this world.
If I'm ever concerned about something, I'll have security deal with it.
I try to look at things in a positive light, but not everything ends up turning out positive or perfect.
I just want women to support each other.
I may speak my mind and come across as opinionated sometimes, but I would never want to harm anyone intentionally.
I'm actually a pretty upfront, honest person; if there's anything, I just confront it.
I'm very honest, and I show that.
I'm always sad.
I'm blowin' all the bullies away.
I don't really pay attention to much online.
I really believe in sharing my story to improve social behaviors in the nation.
I get really upset when I'm around liars.
I think there's a lot of attractive black men.
There are a lot of layers to me.
I'm just thankful that I continue to do therapy because it makes the world a better place.
I hope that others can turn their negative thoughts into positive thoughts and improve their own lives.
I definitely am done with as much drama as I can be done with. I don't think it helps me with any of my business endeavors or the things that I'm excited about.
My daughter knows she is loved. My daughter knows she has a mom, and I'm there, and I'm not worried about anything of what everyone else is worried about.
When it's my time to go, I'll go, but the only time that's going to be for 'Teen Mom' is when the network takes it off the air.
I just don't believe in joking about violence anymore.
It's good to be me.
I'm pretty proud of the parent that I've become.
My 2016 New Year's resolution is basically to stop using profanity.
When you go through the death of somebody who you care about, and taking on moving, bills, and a daughter, it makes you feel older. You learn a lot about life.
I really enjoyed watching the 'Being Farrah' special, and I think fans did, too.
Children already ignore others and take time on their own, and I think that is something adults should refer back to as they deal with the everyday hustle of the world.
If I'm writing books, I'm a 'New York Times' bestseller - how do I do it all? I don't know.
The best narcissists can block things out and act like nothing ever happened to just keep going.
I don't like people who smoke and have tattoos.
I try to make everything a positive, even if it comes off negative.
I have always said, even before I ever did TV, that I have a very dramatic family.
Nothing I have ever done has made my future worse, my parents' life worse, my daughter's life worse.
I always vote. If I have the right, I'm going to vote.
We embrace all of our friends from every background.
I don't ever want my daughter growing up questioning who she is or her choices. I want her to be a strong, happy individual.