TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans claims she’s in a “better place” with husband David Eason after their split because they “fixed arguing.”
Teen Mom Jenelle Evans was candid about her marriage to husband David Evans in a new video
Jenelle, who is also mom to Jace, 11, from another relationship, and stepmom to David’s daughter Maryssa, revealed they were back together last March.
She claimed he “never abused her” despite filing a restraining order against him.
In her latest TikTok video, Jenelle explained how she and her husband had made things work out in response to a question from a fan, who asked: “Is David truly the love of your life Idk how you deal with all the hate about your life/kids/marriage!”
Jenelle, who recently shared the couple’s Valentine’s Day on social media, said that “communication was key.”
Jenelle believes that ‘communication is the key’ to a good marriage
The former reality star has been outspoken about her relationship in the past
She said: “You know, when it comes to someone that’s like your best friend but then also you guys are married it’s the best thing ever and yes I’m still in love with David, yes I still love him dearly.
“I think when it comes to relationships you just gotta ask yourself, ‘Is this worth fixing or not?’
“And the situations that happen in your life can you overcome it, can you forgive that person and if you just can’t forgive them because it was so bad then just start a new life.
Jenelle split from David in October 2019 and filed a restraining order against him
The pair reunited early last year and Jenelle claimed her never abused her
“As for me, you know, we just argued a lot and we fixed that and I feel like we’re in a lot better place than we were.”
She added: “They say the first year of marriage is hard, and it is, and you’ve just got to communicate. I feel like communication’s like the key. Hope that helps.”
In Jenelle’s earlier restraining order, she accused him of being “abusive,” “violent” and feared he would “harm” her children.
The couple putting on a united front with their brood of children
She wrote in the protective order request: “Because of his recent threats, his history of violence, his erratic behavior and his large stockpile of weapons, I am scared for my life and my children’s well-being.”
But in January 2020 she dropped the restraining order and was then spotted on dates with David in Nashville.
She later claimed in a video: “David has never abused the children. He’s never abused me. We’re all happy here as a family.”
Jenelle pictured with the family’s children during a day out at the waterfront
In April 2019, David shot and killed the family dog Nugget, resulting in her firing from Teen Mom 2.
The shooting also forced Child Protective Services to temporarily remove their children from their care.
Jenelle also contacted authorities regarding her husband’s abuse multiple times during their three-year marriage.
She admitted she worried what he would do once he got served with the no-contact order she filed back in 2019, as he was “making knives.”
The pair were recently slammed by fans for going maskless in a crowded Tennessee bar.
Jenelle said they were on a “work trip.”