Sister Wives star Meri Brown is reflecting on her rocky year and sending positive vibes for the future.
“Life doesn’t allow for us to go back and fix what we have done wrong in the past, but it does allow for us to live each day better than our last,” Meri shared via her Instagram Story.
Her post about moving on comes shortly after the TLC star posted a lengthy statement about being brave when facing life’s challenges. "Ever had those days, those weeks, those months, when things just keep HAPPENING?" the reality star captioned a photo of herself via Instagram on July 8. "Doesn't matter how much you work, how much you push, how much you try, something else comes up."
"Sometimes it's just life," Meri continued. "Sometimes you have to just learn something. Sometimes you're being fully manipulated and you know it. Don't worry. Power stance is ON! I'm BRAVE, I'm STRONG, I'm COURAGEOUS, and I WILL do this!”
The 50-year-old TV star concluded by telling her fans she “will find MY tribe, the people who will STAND with me and not push against me. THOSE are the people that matter."
Meri has a rough year thus far. In March, she revealed that her mom, Bonnie Ahlstrom had suddenly died. “I literally don’t know how I’m going to do the rest of my life without her,” she declared on Instagram at the time.
Her relationship with Kody continues to crumble since her 2015 catfishing scandal. Meri struck up a relationship with an online admirer she believed to be a man, but who turned out to be a woman. Since the affair was made public, the duo have struggled to make their union work.
All while her relationship is in tatters, her Sister Wives costar Christine Brown sparked rumors that she was leaving the family after she put her Flagstaff, Arizona home up for sale.
Meri and Kody tied the knot in 1990, then the two added Janelle Brown into their arrangement in 1993, followed by Christine in 1994 and Robyn Brown in 2010. Kody legally divorced Meri on paper so he could wed Robyn, but considers himself spiritually married to all the women.