Look, Jenelle Evans isn't exactly in the best place she's ever been right now.
In fact, this may be the lowest point ever for her.
Which is really saying something, considering she got pregnant as a teenager with a guy that quickly left her, then lost custody of her baby, then went on to get arrested like a dozen times and also to develop a heroin addiction.
Jenelle's definitely seen some bad times, but somehow, what's going on now seems way, way worse than anything she's faced before.
Earlier this month, CPS removed all the children from the home she shares with David Eason after that jackass swamp monster killed her dog.
Kaiser went to Nathan, Maryssa went to her grandmother, and Ensley ended up with Barbara.
Just for good measure, CPS also made sure Barbara knew to keep Jace home from any scheduled visits with Jenelle.
Obviously Jenelle and David weren't crazy about all of that, so they immediately went to court to get their kids back.
After two weeks and four separate court dates, the judge finally decided this week that no, they would not be getting their kids back.
Not for now, anyway.
The children's current guardians now officially have temporary custody, and there's reportedly another court date next week to figure out what will be required of Jenelle and David to be reunited with their kids.
Some reports say that they'll need to go to parenting classes and therapy and that they'll also have to pass weekly drug tests, others say that nothing has been decided yet.
Either way, they'll definitely have to put in some serious work to prove that they can provide a good home for their kids, and it will likely be months, at least, before they can even hope to get them back.
It's a lot to take in, right?
Yesterday, we got Jenelle's first official statement after losing custody -- she said that she's been doing what her lawyer has asked, and that "I don't want to speak publicly on the matter currently as that will jeopardize the possibilities of getting my kids back."
"I love my kids so much and I will do anything necessary to get them back and that is all I want everyone to understand," she continued.
"I ask everyone to have an open heart before they judge how the media is portraying me."
She finished her statement with "I love being a mother and David and I will get through this. We are staying strong and united."
And now, at long last, Farrah Abraham is making her statement about Jenelle and David losing custody.
Hasn't that been all anyone's been waiting for?
Farrah gave her statement to Hollywood Life, and she kicked it off with "After losing their kids -- and now, they need to take parenting classes, drug tests and therapist -- I would say all the moms on Teen Mom need to take parenting courses and all of the above."
Yeah, hope you were hungry, because Farrah brought her famous word salad to the party.
"It's sad for Jenelle," Farrah said. "She chooses fame and attention before her kids."
"No more crying police calls, recording a man treating you bad -- she needs to learn to value herself."
"I feel bad for how broken she is," she concluded.
Is it just us, or does that last part of Farrah's statement make perfect sense?
Because Jenelle does need to learn to value herself -- maybe then she could find the strength to leave David and get her kids back.
Unfortunately, she has already established a pattern for this sort of thing.
Jenelle has always been with abusive men, and after she signed over custody of Jace to her mother when he was just an infant, she focused on those men instead of getting herself in a position to get her son back.
She lived through those legendary Keiffer days, got engaged to Gary, got married to Courtland, got with Nathan and had Kaiser, then got with David and had Ensley ... all while speaking in vague terms about getting Jace.
For several years she didn't even try to do anything with the custody situation, and years later when she finally had the chance to fight for him, she agreed that Barbara should have full, permanent custody.
Is that what's going to happen again?
Will she and David be unable to get themselves together long enough to meet the judge's requirements for reunification until the judge just decides the kids are stable where they are and shouldn't be moved again?
Will she spend the next several years trying to make everyone else into the villains who are stealing her children when really she'll only have herself to blame?
We'll just have to wait and see.
In the meantime, can Farrah please keep giving all the Teen Moms advice like this?