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'Teen Mom' Jenelle Evans Posts About Therapy Following Her Split From David Eason

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By Clark Sparky

"Teen Mom" alum Jenelle Evans has been posting frequent messages to her Facebook page, many of which are not written by her by are just being shared. One of the latest is a message about the importance of therapy, which has many fans assuming this is Evans' way of saying she sought out help for herself after her split with husband David Eason.

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"Even if you don't THINK you need it...go to therapy. If you WANT healthy relationships with people... go to therapy. If you WANT to be happy with yourself as a person... go to therapy. If you WANT to break toxic cycles... go to therapy. If you're reading this.. go. Trust me," the message read.


Evans also recently shared another post about intimacy. "We think we want sex. It's not always about sex. It's intimacy we want. To be touched. Looked at. Admired. Smiled at. Laugh with someone," the post read. "Feel safe. Feel like someone's really got you. That's what we crave."

On Wednesday, the restraining order she has against Evans was extended by the courts until January 13 of next year.

"Because of his behavior, I want to leave him," she wrote in court documents obtained by E! News. "As he has realized this over the past couple of days, he has escalated his threats. David does not currently know where I am, but once he learns. I’m afraid he will try to come find me and hurt me.

"I’m scared for my life and for my children’s well-being. She also said that Eason has a "history of violence, his erratic behavior, and his large stockpile of weapons."

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Evans announced on social media in October that she was leaving Eason.

"I've mostly kept off social media the past few days because I’ve been focused on making some big life decisions. I’ve lived my life on camera since I was 17 years old. And a lot of it hasn’t been pretty but it’s been my life. Like anyone else I want what’s best for my kids and I want to be happy. With the time I took away from Teen mom I’ve started looking at my life differently and I know I need to make changes. I’m starting now.

"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 have filed papers to start that process.

"I appreciate the support from everybody who has asked how I am. Me and my kids are doing great. We need some time to be together. But you’ll hear from us again soon."

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