It might be time to have a serious talk with Jenelle Evans.
Because, look, here's the thing:
We're glad she has finally decided to walk away from David Eason and we feel badly that he's allegedly threatened and abused her on so many occasions, as Jenelle has claimed in her recent restraining order filing.
That absolutely sucks and Evans did not deserve to be treated that way.
And yet, just because we believe this and just because Eason may be a worse person than Evans, well...
... that doesn't mean Jenelle is perfect. Or close to perfect. Or anywhere in the same vicinity to perfect; not just as a human being, but especially as a mother to a trio of young kids who she has let down time and again.
Our overall point is this:
You can just go away now, Jenelle.
We're not clamoring for your redemption story and you don't really deserve any sort of major platform with which you can make lots of money and/or garner new levels of fame.
In fact, it's likely best for your well-being and the well-being of those around you if take a nice, long breath and disappear, getting as far away as possible from the pressure and the strain of the spotlight.
We're not just giving this speech out of nowhere, either.
We're giving it because Evans just hinted very strongly on her Instagram Story that she really is returning to Teen Mom 2 -- or to some other public setting.
Rumors of Jenelle's Teen Mom comeback have been percolating for weeks because, hey, drama sells, right?
And while we can't confirm whether this is truly in the works or not, Evans herself just made it clear that she isn't going away any time soon.
“My journey WILL continue to be shared. No matter what happens," Evans wrote on her social media page this week. "Thanks for all your support everyone!”
Again, it seems like Jenelle may be mistaking everyone despising Eason for thinking everyone loves and supports her.
The reality star, of course, was fired this year by MTV after Child Protective Services took her kids away for about a month in the wake of Eason confessing that he killed his family's dog.
We still can't believe that a true sentence we have to write oover and over.
With Eason out of the romantic picture, one theory now goes, MTV would welcome Evans back, possibly even embracing the opportunity for a professional reconciliation.
Either that, or Evans is just referring to her own YouTube channel or some other network/program when she cites her ongoing "journey" in the statement above.
We can't say for certain right now.
On October 31, though, Evans wrote on Instagram that she was taking steps to divorce her violent husband.
"With time away from Teen Mom, I've started to look at my life differently and I know I need to make changes. I'm starting that now," she wrote, in part.
"The kids and I have moved away from David. Nobody gets into a marriage expecting it to end but I know that's what is best for me, and for my kids.
"Today I’ve filed papers to start that process."
To be clear, however, no divorce papers have been filed just yet.
"I appreciate the support from everybody who has asked how I am," Evans concluded at the time, adding:
"Me and the kids are doing great. We need some time to be together, but you'll hear from us again soon."