On The Young and the Restless, Mariah Copeland and Tessa Porter have barely finished telling Sharon Rosales about why an adoption lawyer didn’t think any birth mother would pick them to adopt her baby before Sharon was making up excuses for them. Mariah and Tessa seemed to understand that having criminal records might not be attractive to a woman looking for a safe home for her child, but Sharon didn’t want to hear it.
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If her daughter and daughter-in-law wanted something, then they should have it — no matter what! This is why over 2,000 of you suspect the licensed therapist will go too far…when it comes to her family:
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At first glance, it looks like a majority of the audience, 42%, believes in Sharon’s (Sharon Case) ability to keep healthy boundaries. She’ll be there for Mariah (Camryn Grimes) and Tessa (Cait Fairbanks), but she won’t try to take over or tell them what they should do next.
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On the other hand, 36% of the voters remember that Sharon has a tendency to go too far…in everything. She has a tendency to get obsessed, especially with children. Remember how she knew Christian was actually Nicholas Newman’s (Joshua Morrow) child, not hers…but didn’t feel a need to share that information with Nick?
Remember how she couldn’t stay away from Adam Newman (Mark Grossman), even when she intellectually understood that she should? Expect the same sort of single-mindedness with this.
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Add to that the 22% who figure that Sharon might wait a while and just offer support…but if the situation drags on too long, she’ll get into Mama Is Here To Help mode, and it’s actually the majority of you who think this will drive Sharon to dark places she really should stay away from.
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