“Sister Wives” has quickly become one of the most popular (albeit controversial) shows on TLC, and with the subject matter in mind it’s hardly a surprise to see that the Brown family has published a book sharing some more details of their everyday lives.
The most surprising claim to come out it? That Kody Brown needs every one of his wives in order to feel complete in his life. In an excerpt from Becoming Sister Wives (per Radar Online), here’s what Kody had to say:
“To be honest, I’m not sure if any one of my wives could fulfill all of my needs, nor do I believe that I am fulfilling all of theirs … Janelle and I can talk business. With Christine I can enjoy the lightness of being together. With Meri the world is structured and organized, her house is peaceful and in order. When Robyn came into the family, she brought about an emotional honesty that required me to start dealing with things I’d avoided.”
It’s once again an interesting way for someone to look at their personal life — though we also have a feeling that critics of Brown’s lifestyle would likely come forward and say here that the goal here is to be as fulfilled as you can with only one person. There’s not necessarily any right answer here, but it is interesting to see the family continuing to be so bold about their lifestyle in a world where that sort of openness is not always easy.
What do you think about Brown’s comments? New episodes of “Sister Wives” air Sunday nights on TLC.