Teen Mom's Dr. Cheyenne Bryant and Ashley Jones

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Listen to Dr. Cheyenne Bryant, Ashley Jones chat w/ Vaughn Lowery on 360 MAG Podcast HERE.

Teen Mom, which was seemed to be an obnoxious reality TV phenomenon at first, has become a mental health pitstop for young moms. Dr. Bryant attended Teen Mom Family Reunion, where she helped her fellow mothers navigate their trauma and troubles.

Dr. Cheyenne Bryant, a life Coach and esteemed author of the acclaimed Mental Detox, is renowned for reviving MTV’s Teen Mom. She has redefined her field of psychology with a newfound confidence and untraditional garb.

At the forefront of confrontation, Ashley Jones in Teen Mom 2’s explains how her baby father/husband Bar decided to seek aid for their codependency issues. In addition, she asserts that her family disowned and kicked her out of the house once they discovered she was having a baby out of wedlock. Homeless with no job or financial support is a chord that struck inside of her. After years of struggling to raise their daughter Holly, Ashley decided took ownership of some of her poor decisions, leading them down a troubled road.

Years later, with the guidance of Dr. Bryant, Ashley acknowledges that her childhood trauma, alongside her inability to love herself fully, has resulted in a negative curve of self-neglect. For trying to constantly appease everyone, Dr. Bryant labeled the situation as a hybrid of someone co-existing in between a living street life and high society.

As an emerging entrepreneur, Ashley continues to study nursing on a collegiate level and owns a thriving salon, Aries Beauty Studio. This past October, Ashley shared a post on her Instagram page announcing that she and her friend got their long-awaited company sign on the front of the business: “WE DID IT JOE!!! Seeing the sign go up makes this feel official,” Ashley wrote as her caption. In the near future, she plans on providing a med spa service as an aesthetic doctor for women of color. She relays, “It’s a niche market that’s been overlooked.”

Lastly, Ashley and her friend Jessica T. record daily podcasts in which they talk about society and culture. I Need Wine explores everything from relationships, sex, parenting, trauma and careers. As Ashely and Jessica state: ‘Two women, talking over wine and being raw and honest about things that women go through and how we manage to stay sane (or not) through it all!’


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