Sister Wives fans heard that Meri Brown shared a rather cryptic message about not “losing your voice,” and being “used and abused.” Fans read all sorts of different things into that. Especially, as she often shares inspirational messages that are not necessarily related to her own life.
However, she followed that up with a message about treasuring real friends on Sunday. Additionally, she spent time considering the value of different relationships as well.
Sister Wives star Meri Brown talks about treasuring real friends after her cryptic message
On her Instagram Stories, we often see quick little cards and messages from Meri Brown. Often, they sound like things she read or learned about. Meri’s all about empowerment these days and shares what she learns with others.
InTouch Weekly reported on her cryptic message two days ago. They noted: “Sister Wives star Meri Brown shared a cryptic message on Instagram about not ‘losing’ your voice or letting yourself be ‘used’ and ‘abused.'”
Well, these kinds of messages always get some fans in a bit of a froth. They don’t know if she’s hinting at issues in her own life or not. That’s why so many of them prefer it when the TLC star shares to her Instagram page.
On Sunday, Meri Brown shared on her Instagram about treasuring real friends. The Sister Wives star posted up a photo of her in a lovely hoodie. In her caption, she wrote, “They say you’re lucky if you…find true friends in this fake world. I guess I’m lucky.”
Then, she told her fans her friend gave it to her. She said: “And btw thanks friend for this perfect hoodie for my perfect day! @blairmichael12.”
Next, she quoted the writing on it: “And into the forest I go to lose my mind and find my soul.”
Fans agreed the hoodie looked very nice on Meri with grey, yellow, and green on it.
Fans agree real friends rarely come in life
Sister Wives fans agree that real friends come along rarely in life. One fan noted, “True friends are diamonds in this rhinestone world 💖.”
Another shared: “My grandmother always said “very few true friends but a lot of [acquaintances.]”
Talking about the message on the hoodie, other fans noted: “Oh I love your sweatshirt that is so cool.”
Another said: “The forest…always so peaceful.”
In another post, wearing the same hoodie, Meri shared: “I love my life. I love my family. I love my friends.”
It sounds like Meri spent some time reflecting on family and friends. In fact, even difficult relationships made her decide they sometimes push her and she’s a better person for it. Certainly it seems she values all relationships, good and bad.
She added: “I’m ok. I’m a good person. I goof up sometimes, I’m not perfect.” However, that inspires her as well. Knowing faults means growth. “I work to be better. I’m worthy and worth it. I’m proud of who I am.”
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As much as being on top of the mountain and seeing such a spectacular view was amazing in its own right, find me a secluded grove of aspen trees to sit in and I'll disappear for hours. Aspens have been my favorite since was a little girl. They take me to a place of peace and calm faster than anything I know. This weekend I didn't do what I had been planning for months, what was on my extremely full schedule. But I ended up doing what I needed for my soul and my heart. It was actually really hard for this go go go personality to set family, friends, work, and everything else aside to slow down and take some me time. I'm not going to lie, there was a little guilt that kept trying to creep in. But I knew everything would be there waiting for me Monday morning. And I needed this. I needed to self reflect and figure some things out. I needed to address some things inside of me that were screaming to be addressed. I needed to give myself a big emotional hug from the inside out. My big takeaway from this, (obviously among others that I don't choose to go into on this forum) is I'm ok. I'm a good person. I goof up sometimes, I'm not perfect, but I work to be better. I'm worthy and worth it. I'm proud of who I am. I love my life. I love my family. I love my friends. These things are ALL important to me and I value them. I value the relationships I have that push me to be a better me. I value the relationships I have that support me when I'm not so loveable. I value the relationships I have that see the good in me and value what I have to give. I value the relationships I have that have stuck with me through rough times and still see me as worth it. I know there are some who have let me go and given up on me and that's ok. I will continue to love, to care, to be there. I will continue being the best me I can be. I will continue being happy with me. 🌲🌲🌲 #LivingMyWhy #BecauseICan #MyTime #MeTime #Adventure
Want a hoodie with the same message? Find it online
Of course, fans wanted to know where they can find the same hoodie. And, it turns out the lovely item’s available in a range of online stores. Not all, of them come in the exact same style, but the words are there, giving Sister Wives fans options to choose what they like. The original message that inspired Meri Brown’s friend to gift her the hoodie came from John Muir.
According to Goodreads.com, Muir really loved nature. In fact, he “was a Scottish-American naturalist, author, and early advocate of preservation of wilderness in the United States.” In fact, one of the better trails in the USA bears his name.
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They say you're lucky if you can find true friends in this fake world. I guess I'm lucky. And btw thanks friend for this perfect hoodie for my perfect day! @blairmichael12 "And into the forest I go to lose my mind and find my soul" 💙💙💙 #LivingMyWhy #BecauseICan #MyTime #MeTime #Adventure
What do you think about Meri sharing her cryptic message about treasuring real friends? It came days after her message about “losing your voice,” and being “used and abused.” Do you think the two posts tie in together in a way?
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