“Sister Wives”' Meri Brown Shares Post About Being Both a 'Warrior' and a 'Broken Mess' After Recent Split

Brown announced her split from new boyfriend Amos on Saturday after 4 months together

<p>Meri Brown/ Instagram</p> Meri Brown

Meri Brown/ Instagram

Meri Brown

Meri Brown is finding her inner strength!

After announcing her split from new boyfriend Amos on Saturday, the Sister Wives star, 53, shared a motivational quote about having good and bad days on her Instagram Story.

“Some days she is a warrior. Some days she’s a broken mess,” the quote read. “Most days, she’s a bit of both. But every day she’s there. Standing. Fighting. Trying.”

<p>Meri Brown/Instagram</p> Meri Brown and ex-boyfriend Amos

Meri Brown/Instagram

Meri Brown and ex-boyfriend Amos

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In a second post, Brown shared a quote about ignoring outside noise and focusing on her inner circle. Her Story read, “Your greatest strength is your ability to detach from drama and save your energy for the people who bring you peace.”

The reality star’s social media posts come after she confirmed that she and Amos were going their separate ways.

<p>Meri Brown/Instagram</p> Meri Brown shares motivational quote on Instagram

Meri Brown/Instagram

Meri Brown shares motivational quote on Instagram

Just over a month after Brown went public with her relationship, she shared the news of their split on Instagram on Saturday as she reflected on the “hard truths” and “difficult conversations” she had to have “last week.”

“Life is a series of experiences. How you handle them and what you learn from them is who you become from them. It takes courage to face difficult truths, yet it's imperative in order to remain authentic to yourself and your commitment to personal growth,” she began the lengthy caption.

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“Just because I care a lot about someone, and him me, does not equate to full compatibility for a long-term relationship. When we have different dreams and aspirations, different communication styles and values, different visions for our futures, and these things aren't aligning, it's then that we need to make hard decisions,” Brown continued. “It's a strange and sad thing to care about someone so deeply, to look beyond their past, because heaven knows we all have one, to see the kindness in their eyes and their giving heart, and still know that a life long relationship isn't in the cards for you.”

Addressing her relationship with Amos directly, Brown wrote, “I honor and care about the past four months, who I spent it with, and what I learned about myself through it. I know what's important to me in a relationship, and I'm confident in myself while I'm single as well.”

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The businesswoman added that she’s choosing to “look into my future with the hope of new opportunities” in the wake of the separation. “This is a time in my life to prioritize me, my well-being, and my personal evolution, and I look forward to more adventures and experiences on this journey we call life!”

Brown — who split from her husband of 32 years, Kody Brown, last December — also admitted that she’s open to exploring the dating world again following her first relationship since the end of her marriage. “When the time is right for me, I will dip my toes into this process again,” she added.

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