Earlier this week, Mackenzie McKee announced that she was leaving her husband, Josh McKee, after nearly seven years of marriage.
The Teen Mom OG star stated that she was heartbroken by the decision, but felt she had little choice after catching Josh conducting an affair with her cousin.
"People have tried to tell me for years Josh doesn't love me and I just made excuses for him," Mackenzie wrote on Facebook.
"But today is the day I walk away. Pray for me, that I can function, feel worthy again and find hope," she continued.
"Pray for my kids, I always wanted my family to work so they don't have to live in two different houses. I was 100% committed to Josh and so much I don't understand."
If you're a TMOG fan, we probably don't need to tell you it's been a rough six months for Mackenzie.
Back in December, Mackenzie's mother, Angie Douthit, passed away following a long battle with cancer.
Apparently, as Angie's condition was deteriorating, Josh was sneaking out to spend time with Mackenzie's cousin.
With her beloved mother gone, Mackenzie probably sinks into occasional despair, feeling that there's nowhere she can turn for support following Josh's betrayal.
Fortunately, she's received a never-ending stream of kind words from both her millions of fans and her colleagues within the Teen Mom franchise.
The latest to offer some much-needed encouragement to Mackenzie is Catelynn Lowell.
Lowell is not stranger to trauma herself, and for several years now, she's been open about her struggles with mental illness.
So it should come as no surprise that Cate has plenty of compassion for her TMOG co-star:
"I feel bad for her and I hope she can stay strong during this and make the decisions that she feels like she needs to make for herself and for her kids," Catelynn told E! News this week.
"It's really hard, what's she's going through. I cannot even imagine," she continued.
"I just want her to know that I'm here if she ever needs to talk and that I'm definitely thinking about her," Lowell concluded.
Such words are a small comfort in times of severe stress, such as the one Mackenzie is currently enduring.
But sometimes, small comforts are all we have.