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Sister Wives: Meri Brown Urged Followers To Make Others Feel ‘included’

Sister Wives: Meri Brown Urged Followers To Make Others Feel 'included'

Sister Wives star Meri Brown is shading her family by urging her followers to “include” others after her suspected separation from her husband Kody.

Meri Brown, has published two cryptic quotes on her Instagram after weeks of allusion to her separation from Kody Brown, and her sister wives Janelle, 50, Christine Brown, and Robyn Brown.

Sister Wives: Meri Brown Urged Followers To Make Others Feel ‘included’

Meri Brown posted on her Instagram Story Tuesday: “Be the one who makes others feel included”. She also posted, “Grace has a relationship with someone’s heart, not their behavior.”

As fans of Sister Wives knows, Meri Brown, who shares her daughter Mariah with Kody, has been left out of her family in recent years.

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For as long as I can remember, I've been a t-shirt and jeans kinda gal. I feel my most comfortable in them, not too showy or flashy, can dress it up a little with heels and a fancy necklace, or work out in the yard with sneakers and cut offs. It's been my thing. But the world says I should improve my style. The world says I should wear a dress. The world says I should wear lipstick. But I say, I'll do what "I" want. If I want to wear jeans and a t-shirt all day every day, I will. If I want to wear a skirt and t-shirt with sneakers, I will. If I want to dress up for a night out, I will. If I want to wear lipstick, well, that will just never happen, be assured! Here's the thing. I don't need anyone but ME to tell me what I should do. I don't need anyone but ME to tell me how to dress in the morning, or how do do my hair, or heaven help me, how to do my eyebrows! I'm a woman who has lived on this earth for nearly 50 years, and I'm not afraid to say it. I've raised a daughter. I've had ups and downs. I've had crazy and amazing life experiences. I've loved and been loved. I've felt pain and caused others pain. I've felt comforted and hopefully have been a comforter. Point is, I've LIVED. These experiences have shaped and formed me. And I'm not finished yet! In the words of this oh, so amazing, graphic tee, Own Your Style! Figure out who you are and BE! Don't let the world tell you otherwise. Find your style and be confident in it! Find your cause and fight for it! Find your passion and create it! YOU matter. YOU are amazing. YOU can conquer that goal. YOU can feel confident in your own skin. YOU can do hard things. YOU can do ALL the things! You got this!! 💙💙💙 #LivingMyWhy #BecauseICan #LoveWhatIDo #LoveWhoIAm #LuLaRoeRetailer #LuLaRoeForLife #FlagstaffFashion #LuLaRoeArizona #LuLaRoeLiv #OwnYourStyle #YouAreAmazing #YouGotThis

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In the most recent season of Sister Wives, Meri returned to Las Vegas alone to live temporarily after being kicked out of her Arizona home because her neighbors were opposed to her polygamous lifestyle.

Fans wondered why Meri hadn’t stayed with one of her sister wives, who all have multiple bedrooms. Janelle Brown explained it on Twitter: “Meri runs a space-intensive business and we all moved into smaller houses than we had. The bedrooms are full. We had no choice.

But the fans didn’t buy it, because Robyn Brown, who shares five children with Kody, was living in a seven-bedroom apartment at the time.

Last season, Meri Brown accused Christine of leaving her out. She told her, “you don’t want me around.” Christine answers in her confessional: “She enters the heavy room, carrying a lot of baggage. I don’t know what to do with it.”

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