Jenelle Evans probably doesn't want to hear any advice right now.
But that's part of her problem, some might say.
The veteran MTV star has lost custody of her children and she won't be getting them back any time soon.
No matter what you think of the troubled Teen Mom 2 cast member (well, ex-cast member), this is a very sad situation -- considering some very young kids are involved.
We've already heard from Farrah Abraham on this topic, and now someone else who sort of knows Evans well has spoken out.
Scroll down to read through Leah Messer's thoughts on the tragic all-around development...
You Probably Know This By Now, But...
Jenelle and David Eason had their kids taken away by Child Protective Services not long after the latter shot and killed their family's dog, Nugget.
Love or Hate Jenelle...
This is a sad situation for many reasons, mostly because there are young kids and their well-being at stake. The couple's two-year old daughter, Ensley, and Jenelle's four-year old son, Kaiser, have been removed from David and Jenelle's North Carolina house.
Is This Decision Final?
No. But it's not going to be short-lived, either, as a judge recently told David and Jenelle in a hearing that they won't be getting primary custody of these kids back any time soon.
Jenelle Spoke to The Hollywood Gossip About It
In her exclusive statement to our website, Evans said the following this week: "I am currently following what my attorney has asked. I don’t want to speak publicly on the matter currently as that will jeopardize the possibilities of getting my kids back."
She Concluded in This Statement:
"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. I ask everyone to have an open heart before they judge how the media is portraying me."
Leah Messer Can Actually Relate
Messer battled a drug addiction in the past that caused husband Jeremy to file for divorce.
But That Wasn't All
At one time, Leah even lost custody of her twins to their father, Corey Simms, when she was unable to get them to school on time.
To a Large Extent, She Actually Knows What Evans is Going Through
Does this mean Jenelle will listen to her? Doubtful. But Messer has spoken to E! News about the scandal
This is for the Best... for Now
"What happened is sad, but I think it's in the best interest of the children. I want the children in a safe healthy environment," Messer told E! News.
There's Nowhere to Go Now But Up
"I feel bad for Jenelle. I've hit rock bottom myself and sometimes that's what it takes to make things right. I truly hope this is a wake up call for her," she continued.
Here's a Novel Idea...
Leah says that Evans should leave Eason: "If [David] was the cause of me losing my children, I would have stepped away from the marriage a while ago. If I lost custody because I didn't protect my children from him, I would make sure the judge knew they were my first priority by leaving him."
Long before this dog-killed incident, Eason's inappropriate behavior included slamming gay people on social media, bragging about his many guns -- and almost definitely breaking Jenelle's collarbone in a drunken rage last October.
It just went viral and it features Eason screaming at Jenelle that he'd be totally fine if she died because she's a "piece of sh-t."
But Evans Doesn't Sound Ready to Leave Her Abusive Husband
"I love being a mother and David and I will get through this. We are staying strong and united," she told The Hollywood Gossip when this topic was broached.
Please, Jenelle. Please.
"We don't know what's happening behind closed doors. We really don't," Leah concluded to E!. "She needs to know, whatever is happening, the help is out there for her. It's always been there for her."
Jenelle Evans and Leah Messer
“I think that what happened was coming,” Leah previously said on her podcast about Jenelle losing her children. “I really pray and hope that the kids remain safe and, you know, have a healthy life."
Other Teen Moms Have Spoken Out as Well
"We are both hoping for the best for Jenelle and her children," Kailyn Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley said in a joint statement. "Currently, both of us are blocked on Jenelle's accounts and, as currently as a few weeks ago, still being harassed by David Eason."
Briana DeJesus is Close with Jenelle
And yet... "I have not spoken to her since it happened. I have tried to call her and I've reached out, but she hasn't responded," she says.
Farrah Abraham, Meanwhile, Has a Message for All
Well, for all Teen Mom stars, she said to Hollywood Life: "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."
Just So Very Sad
"It's sad for Jenelle," Farrah added. "She chooses fame and attention before her kids." (Wow, right? Pot... kettle... black, anyone?)
More Advice from Farrah
"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," Farrah concluded with the most condescension possible.
So... What's Next for Jenelle?
Her mother, pictured above, currently has custody of Ensley and has been caring for grandson Jace now for awhile. THIS
is how she can maybe regain custody someday.