Sister Wives fans know that Kody Brown and Meri Brown have pretty much reached the end of their relationship path. While the fans would like her to leave him, she seems determined to stay with the family. It might have something to do with their faith and their pact on outside families. In any case, it became pretty clear in the last episode that Meri Brown creates good relationships outside the home. But within the family, Kody Brown believes she acts like a victim and makes little effort. Maybe Meri Brown could write a book. After all, it could earn her another source of income, regardless of the TV show. Did she just mention that she might play with the idea?
Sister Wives Star Meri Brown Thinks The Love Has Gone
TV Shows Ace reported that the marriage between Kody Brown and Meri Brown has been reconsidered and finished. Technically, they already got divorced so Kody could marry Robyn Brown. He always told her he just wanted a divorce so he could adopt Robyn’s kids. But on the show, fans see him say they got married in a hurry. The problems that arose didn’t just come from the catfishing scandal that the show keeps telling to the point of nausea. In fact, they’ve already had many other problems.
So maybe Kody Brown’s motivation for the divorce went beyond the need to adopt the kids. Fans see Meri Brown living in an unsustainable situation and push her to pack up and move on with her life. After all, she’s already doing very well with LuLaRoe and eventually won her BNB, Lizzie’s Heritage Inn. Some fans believe she’s only staying on for the Sister Wives show tickets. But, if she were to write a book, then maybe she would be clear and free of any financial entanglements with Kody Brown. Now, she shared a cryptic message about her Instagram Stories, and maybe she mentioned that.
Sister Wives: Meri Brown’s Cryptic Message About Writing A Book
Meri often shares cryptic messages. The problem with this means that fans simply don’t know whether she drops the hints or not. But sometimes he does. In her latest Instagram Story, she shared a quote from Nikki Banas, the author of Shine From Within. She explained how to write her own story and start a new chapter. Then, Meri Brown also shared a quote from Morgan Harper Nichols, the author of All Along You Were Blooming: Thoughts for a Life Without Borders. That quote talked about how people should “write the story of the mountain [they] climbed”.
It also said, “Your words could become someone else’s survival guide.” Well, the Sister Wives star never mentioned writing, but that certainly sounds like a suggestion you might think. And keep in mind that he is already co-author of the Brown family book, a New York Times bestseller in 2013. Called Becoming Sister Wives, Simon and Schuster describe it in part as “daily moments of trust, acceptance, forgiveness, passion and commitment. They note all those who “go to make a great, happy, extraordinary family. Hmm. Well, fans of this season’s show see a lot of distrust and toxicity. Maybe it’s time for an updated Meri book?