Sister Wives' Christine Brown still feels out of place as one of Kody's wives
Things may be about to change again in the Sister Wives household.
Recent reports suggest that, even after marriage counseling, Christine is still questioning her marriage to Kody Brown.
Fashion & Style magazine reports that one of the biggest signs of Christine's unhappiness in her marriage is her dwindling relationship with her sister wives, Meri, Janelle and Robyn.
"It's not as strong as it used to be. We're not each other's support system," she reportedly shared.
Without that relationship, Christine doesn't seem as interested in the plural marriage she's a part of — she's said previously that she "wanted sister wives more than a husband."
Then there are the changes that came to the family during the last season of the TLC reality series — the family left their communal homestead and instead went to live in separate homes in Las Vegas. While Meri, Janelle and Robyn went to work, it was Christine who remained at home to care for all of their children.
"I don't want to raise kids on my own," she said to Kody during one episode of the show. "I don't reach out and you don't reach out for support. I've been raising my kids on my own for two years and I don't want to do it anymore."
During Season 6 of Sister Wives, marriage counseling appeared to be beneficial for Christine and Kody. But her latest remarks leave doubt as to how effective the therapy actually was.
"I have a lot of expectations and not a lot of appreciation, to be honest," Christine said of her marriage. "I don't know if I care if it's perfect anymore or if it's what he wants anymore. It's just so much work."