Farrah Abraham‘s drama with her mother Debra Danielsen never comes to an end.
In a preview for the new episode of Teen Mom, Abraham gets into a fight with her mother and refuses to let Danielsen watch her 6-year-old daughter Sophia.
But according to Abraham, there was more to the fight than was caught by the MTV film crew.
Abraham told RadarOnline.com that she felt like her mom was acting “kind of b***hy towards me.”
“I just felt like [it was] selfishness,” she explained. “I was just seeing some of the traits that we work hard on in therapy becoming issues again, and so I was getting very upset because the work we’re trying in therapy wasn’t really working at the time.”
Because of the drama going on, Abraham wouldn’t let Sophia stay with Danielsen.
“I was upset with her and I wouldn’t let her watch Sophia because I didn’t really think that she was prepared for that and for as long as a month,” Abraham said. “We just weren’t really getting along and were clashing.”
According to Abraham, 24, the drama with her mom boils down to Danielsen’s personality.
“I break it down to selfishness, and when she’s being selfish, I really don’t like that because the main focus is for Sophia,” Abraham said.
But they are trying to repair their relationship.
“It’s a work in progress,” Abraham admitted. “I always continue working on our relationship with my mom. I love her.”
And after seasons of their back-and-forth theatrics, Abraham believes her mother is changing for the better.
“I think everyone’s seen it,” she said. “My mom has changed so much over the years from the first 16 & Pregnant where we saw her slapping me in the car and driving me crazy, it’s now we can talk.”
Sometimes their conversations seem more heated.
“We just get very flustered,” Abraham noted.
But the mother-daughter duo is learning how to look past their setbacks.
“We see where we are going and where we want to be in our relationship,” Abraham said. “So I know that she has improved and I know that we are working towards a better relationship for both of us.”
“Today we’re doing great,” Abraham added.
They are even working on a project together.
“We’re doing a Rooftop Wine Festival in Brooklyn soon,” Abraham said. “So she’s been sending me all of her wine stuff. We have that Mom & Me brand. She’s growing it.”
Abraham will even let Danielsen babysit Sophia now.
“Yes I let my mom watch Sophia all the time,” she said. “I would always let her watch Sophia.”
“Frustration may arise because it’s only to work and better our relationship,” she concluded. “I love that I care so much to fight for a better relationship and I’m happy about that.”