Sister Wives’ Meri Brown Sister Wives’ said “shame can’t survive” amid her marital problems with her husband Kody Brown.
The reality TV star walked away from the rest of the wives and her husband after they admitted to having marital problems.
The picture read: “If we can share our story with someone who responds with empathy and understanding, shame cannot survive. The quote quoted Brene Brown, a professor, lecturer, author and podcast host who has made several TED speeches.
But this is not the first time that Meri Brown has used cryptic posts to allude to the end of her relationship with Kody Brown.
The first clues were broadcast during the TLC show when the couple admitted that their relationship was over…
During the show, Meri and Kody Brown went to couples therapy to try to solve their problematic relationship.
It was then that Meri Brown admitted that their relationship was “quite difficult”. She continued, “People always ask me why I’m not leaving.
The relationship between me and him is gone, he’s dead, it’s over”. Kody Brown, then explained how they had a “very quick courtship”.
And he adds, “I didn’t know who I was marrying. I finished hearing how wrong I was.”
Kody Brown is legally married to one woman – Robyn Brown – while his marriages to Meri, Janelle and Christine were all “spiritual unions”. Kody Brown divorced Meri, his only legal wife at the time, in 2014 to adopt Robyn’s children from a previous marriage.