Gwendolyn Brown has caused concern among Instagram followers.
But is it wrong?
That is the question.
Earlier this week, Christine and Cody Brown’s 20-year-old daughter – who has had several appearances on Sister Wives – shared a photo of herself in a T-shirt and jeans, her hair a messy bun.
“I ate 3 bowls of cereal this morning to fight my cold,” Brown wrote before reaching the annoying part of his post:
“And obviously it didn’t work so I’m going to take all my cold and flu medications, including my antidepressants, and I’ll let you know how it goes.”
Gwendlyn deleted this post after a fan asked in the comments section if he was “OK,” which is a reasonable concern, isn’t it?
Reality stars may be joking, but some would say that mixing drugs (especially depressants) is not fun.
Brown emerged in 2020 as a self-described ragging bisexual.
“I’m your original, average girl and I’m here to save the world,” Goendlin wrote in an updated Twitter bio at the time, adding:
“Black lives matter. Ragging is bisexual. He / she # settleforbiden2020.”
About a month after the announcement, Goendlin wrote that he had not received much support from his siblings, especially his brother Pedon.
“The moment you find your siblings gossiping about how they don’t think your sex is real or possible,” Goendlin tweeted in September 2020, adding the following hashtag:
#ThisIsSomethingWe Can All RelateTo Definitely.
One more month, in October 2020, Gwendlyn quickly moved on and joined the Satanic Temple religion, raising many more questions about her state of mind.
“I hate to be asked to explain my religious views. I don’t even know,” the teenager at the time explained, as follows:
“I don’t know why God sinned against Eve then let her son die to forgive the sin that was his own fault and if he is omnipotent then why did he let Satan happen.
“I don’t. Empty head. Amen.”
(For the record, The Sister Wives Family belongs to the Apostolic United Brotherhood, a Mormon fundamentalist group. However, Goendlin is not affiliated with this view.)
Considering these past examples, to go over his drug-related jokes above, several of Brown’s followers are concerned about Goendlin’s mentality these days.
You mean, like, saltines and their ilk, eh? One person asked.
“It seems very demanding and irresponsible if it is just a joke. He can do it to get his group of friends or family to try to target him. Dark jokes are often used to deal with but they can also be crying for help.” “
Goendlin’s parents divorced in November.
“After living together for over 25 years, Cody and I have separated and made the difficult decision to leave,” Christine said in a statement.
“We will continue to be a strong presence in each other’s lives as we support the parents of our beautiful children and our wonderful family.
“At this time, we want your kindness and generosity as we navigate this stage in our family.”