SISTER Wive's Meri Brown admitted that she has 'hard feelings' after snubbing her husband, Kody, on their failed 30th anniversary.
Neither Meri nor Kody acknowledged their milestone wedding anniversary on social media, further proving the demise of their relationship.
Meri took to Instagram to share a book quote a fan shared with her on social media.
The quote read: "Thank you for sharing. I relate. I just wanted to tell you something that somebody told me in the beginning.
"It's okay to feel all the stuff you're feeling. You're just becoming human again. You're not doing life wrong: you're doing it right.
"If there's any secret you're missing, it's that doing it right is just really hard.
"Feeling all your feelings is hard, but that's what they're for. Feelings are for feeling. All of them. Even the hard ones.
"The secret is that you're doing it right, and that doing it right hurts sometimes."
Meri's post comes as she deals with the idea that her marriage to Kody might be over.
On Wednesday, Meri posted a series of cryptic quotes on Instagram while ignoring her anniversary with Kody.
She shared on Instagram Story: “You don’t always need a plan. Sometimes you just need to breathe, trust, let go, and see what happens.”
She then posted: “Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.”
Meri also didn’t wish her husband a happy anniversary in 2019.
The couple’s marital issues exploded on a recent Sister Wives episode.
Kody divorced first wife Meri, his only legal wife at the time, in 2014 to be able to adopt Robyn’s children from a previous marriage.
Then, Meri was involved in a catfish scandal where she fell in love with another man over the Internet who ended up being a woman.
During a therapy session this season, Meri revealed their relationship has been “pretty rocky for a while.”
He added: “Meri mourns the loss of what we had… I regret what we had.”
Meri said: “The relationship he and I had, it’s dead, it’s gone, it’s over. I want a relationship with him.”
He then slammed Meri for “going to victim mode” when he tries to have honest conversations.
He continued to fire: “I feel like I was deceived into a relationship that was very different than what I expected. Meri and I had a fast courtship with a lot of expectations and a lot of not communicating.
"I didn’t know who I was marrying. As things unfolded, I started to become troubled and bitter by the situation I was in.”
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