She’s been fired from ‘Teen Mom 2’ and CPS has eliminated her youngsters from her custody. As followers surprise if Jenelle Evans will stroll away from her unstable marriage to David Eason, an knowledgeable weighs in.
Jenelle Evans, 27, could discover the ache of life with out her youngsters so nice that it may inspire her to depart her husband David Eason. That’s what a relationship knowledgeable and therapist has instructed HollywoodLife in an EXCLUSIVE interview. Dr. Jenn Mann, is a former rape and home violence counselor who spent years working with The Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women. She has not, nonetheless, labored with both Jenelle or David.
Nevertheless, Dr. Jenn believes that – after shedding her canine, her job and now her youngsters – the truth TV star could lastly be prepared to depart her husband. “I think that pain is a great motivator for people, so losing her children hopefully will motivate her,” the therapist instructed us. “If that doesn’t, I don’t know what well. But I think that everyone around her needs to be giving her a constant reality check. This is not the time to mince words or be codependent and enable her in an irrational thinking. In my opinion as a therapist this is an incredibly self-destructive relationship for Jenelle.”
As Teen Mom 2 followers know, Jenelle and David sparked criticism after he killed her canine, Nugget. The 30-year-old admitted that he shot the pet after it nipped their daughter, Ensley, 2. Fans have been outraged by the killing and inside days MTV fired Jenelle from the collection, simply over a 12 months after they confirmed her husband the door. Soon after, Child Protective Services in North Carolina briefly eliminated her youngsters from the couple’s custody. Jenelle has two sons – Jace, 9, (who lives together with her mother, Barbara) and Kaiser, 4. She additionally has daughter Ensley, 2, with David. They are at present out and in of court docket in a bid to get the kids again. This all occurred months after Jenelle’s October 2018 911 name, throughout which she instructed the dispatcher that her husband had allegedly “pinned” her “down on the ground” and that she “heard” her “collarbone crack.” She since performed down these accusations.
“I would say that, while Jenelle is ultimately responsible for her choices, the mindset that she is in right now is clearly one of someone who has been victimized, and also with someone with terrible self-esteem,” the therapist, who penned the e book, The Relationship Fix: Dr. Jenn’s 6-Step Guide to Improving Communication, Connection & Intimacy, stated. “I do believe that she loves her children. She clearly states it. But, you don’t make a choice like this [to stay] if you are someone who feels good about yourself.”