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  • ITV
  • 1 mins
  • Documentary, Reality

Most people see teen mums as a social problem and assume women in their twenties and thirties make better parents.

But is society being too hard on teenagers? Bringing a child into the world and looking after it well is unbelievably demanding and a difficult life change, so just imagine if this happens when you are struggling to make ends meet, naïve and little more than a child yourself.

With some help, support and guidance can a group of teenagers prove they can be good mothers too?

ITV's Help I'm a Teen Mum takes six teenage girls and their babies to a specially converted country house where they are taught parenting skills by expert nannies and a psychotherapist. The series gives them the chance to change their lives and the lives of their children and prove they can be better parents

4 episodes

1x01 Episode 1

  • Series Premiere

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New series. Six young mothers, aged between 14 and 17, embark on an intensive parenting course in a specially adapted house, with nannies and a psychotherapist teaching them the basics of taking care of a child. As they take stock of their new home and start to settle in, the girls' interaction with their offspring comes under close scrutiny

1x02 Episode 2

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Cameras follow six teen mums on an intensive parenting course as they learn the basics of childcare with the aid of expert nannies and a psychotherapist. Today, a young mum who is struggling to care for two children faces a dilemma when her boyfriend asks her to return home immediately and give up the chance of learning how to become a good parent, and the experts help another mum to build a better bond with her son.

1x03 Episode 3

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1x04 Episode 4

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