Sister Wives star Meri Brown came out with a strong message about staying in touch, asking for help and care in difficult times. Her long post made some fans very grateful for her thoughtful and friendly character. Many people are struggling at the moment with loneliness and a feeling of isolation. And many of them struggle to keep their jobs. But Meri Brown said that people can still make a difference through their social media.
Sister Wives: Grateful Fans Thank Meri Brown For Her Post
Fans who responded to Meri Brown’s post usually thought she made a very good point. Others share what they do in their side-hustles. And others just poured their hearts out. It seems nice that so many people feel able to do that on your page. One follower wrote, “We can always use more friends. Especially in times like these. “Then, another noted down their experience. They commented, “My landlord wrote to me today to see if I needed something that I thought was nice from him!
A fan of the Sister Wives who seemed grateful for the opportunity to advertise their activities in the health sector. So, she shared where people can buy CDs of the music she and her husband make in their spare time. Others felt grateful to share their feelings. One fan had a bad experience during the working hours of disabled and elderly people. They noticed: “Thanks, Meri, you couldn’t have said it better… there are so many people who just need a friend to talk to, this is so Horrible.
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Meri Brown Reaches Out With A Positive Coronavirus Message
Social media offers everyone a platform where their favorite celebrities and TV stars can be reached. But Meri Brown reminded her followers that many people feel down these days. In her post, she talked about those people who have problems with their small businesses. But she also extended it to others. In her Friday night post she said in part: “In this crazy world of uncertainty and social distancing, I think it’s super important to have Social Media Connections.
Check colleagues, neighbors, customers, friends, as Meri Brown suggests. You’ve noticed that we can do a lot more than just text each other. In fact, on Facebook, there are many groups where people can interact and support each other.
The star Sister Wives added, “There are so many people who need support, whether it’s kindness and empathy or food and money. There is something that everyone needs and that everyone can give. Those people who try to make a living with “side bustle” should just be “vulnerable and asking for help” So, he invited people who have one to share it on his Instagram post.