Is everything OK, guys? Teen Mom OG’s Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra have fans worried after they sent out a series of tweets on Tuesday, March 15, suggesting that they are going through a tough time.
“Please just pray for my wife,” Baltierra, 24, mysteriously tweeted, before adding, “For better or for worse...through sickness & in health...I will NEVER stop fighting for my wife. Keep her in your prayers...thank you.”
Please just pray for my wife— Tyler BaltierraMTV (@TylerBaltierra) March 15, 2016
For better or for worse...through sickness & in health...I will NEVER stop fighting for my wife. Keep her in your prayers...thank you— Tyler BaltierraMTV (@TylerBaltierra) March 15, 2016
Lowell, 24, also took to social media to give a vague update about how she’s holding up. “For everyone that thinks I'm so ‘strong’ I'm really not...one day you will know why,” she shared. “I also can be very weak.”
For everyone that thinks I'm so "strong" I'm really not... one day you will know why. I also can be very weak..— Catelynn Baltierra (@CatelynnLowell) March 15, 2016
In a follow-up post, the young mom let her 1.19 million Twitter followers know how much she appreciates their support. “You guys have NO CLUE on how much you lift me up sometimes...,” she wrote.
You guys have NO CLUE on how much you lift me up sometimes...— Catelynn Baltierra (@CatelynnLowell) March 15, 2016
While it’s unknown why Lowell is currently struggling, the Conquering Chaos author has long suffered from depression and has even contemplated suicide in the past.
“It’s hard. I [didn't] want to do anything. I [couldn't] even emotionally or physically take care of my own self,” she bravely revealed on the Teen Mom OG season 2 reunion in February. “I remember sitting in the bathtub and thinking, ‘I’m not waking up another day feeling like this.’”
As previously reported, Lowell recognized that she was experiencing postpartum depression following the birth of her now 14-month-old daughter, Novalee.
“I just need encouragement. It’s good to have somebody to push you to do something because those are the last things you want to do when you are going through it. You don’t want to get dressed. You don’t want to get out of bed. I wanna just sleep my life away,” she tearfully told Baltierra earlier this season on the MTV reality series. “I don’t want to deal with that forever. That’s not what I want to deal with for the rest of my life. I don’t want to be like that. I don’t want Nova growing up seeing me go through, like, spouts and stuff.”
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