Audrey Roloff does not have a perfect marriage.

You’d be forgiven for thinking otherwise, however.

The Little People, Big World stars get along very well nearly every week on their TLC reality show and Audrey has taken to often showering Jeremy Roloff with praise.

But this doesn’t mean the couple never fights.

And it doesn’t mean they don’t need to work hard on their relationship.

“The never needing journey of becoming one isn’t always easy,” Audrey wrote at the outset of a lengthy caption on Instagram this weekend.

It was attached to the photo above and it continued as follows:

“We come from different backgrounds, upbringings, parenting, spending habits, theologies, so we are bound to have conflict. It’s not a matter of if we will fight, but when and how.”

Why did Audrey and Jeremy need to be reminded on Friday of the best way to “fight fair?” It’s unclear.

Roloff does not get into the intricacies of why they got into a recent argument.

But she did share many words of wisdom with her Instagram followers in an attempt to help them along the way in their marital journeys.

“We needed to be reminded how to handle conflict with parameters that are healthy and productive, rather than harmful and destructive,” she explained.

“We needed to start acting like teammates rather than opponents.

“Ironcially, we posted a guest post over on @beating50 last night that we probably needed to read more than any of you.”

This is the lead image at the moment on that social media account:

And this is the caption attached to it:

The sign of a great marriage is not whether or not you have conflict {let’s be real, people, two selfish, independently natured humans trying to intermingle as one is going to produce some fireworks}, rather the sign of a great marriage is HOW you do conflict.

And this was the theme Audrey focused on throughout her latest post.

“We were having a “mattress fight” and as the country song goes, I just wanted to “be mad for a while,” she concluded online.

“In my anger and bitterness, I was letting bad sportsmanship red card our mission.

“Have you been there? Or maybe you are resonating with these words as you read them… this blog is for you.”

Roloff, of course, is very pregnant with her first child.

She is due to give birth to a girl in a month.

It’s just a judgment, but simply a fact that her emotions are therefore heightened and there’s likely more stress than usual on her marriage.

It’s a marriage Audrey has never shied away from talking about in public, even offering up some interesting advice to husband and wives over the years.

We aren’t going to comment here on her suggestion of reciting one’s vows to one’s spouse during sex, but we are going to agree with Audrey entirely when it comes to her latest Instagram message.

Everyone fights.

Don’t worry about the state of your romance if you have a disagreement here or there.

The respect you show your significant other throughout this fight and the way you resolve it in the end is what’s important.

We wish Audrey and Jeremy the very best of luck as they rapidly approach parenthood. The times ahead may be rocky on occasion, but savor them nonetheless.

This is about to be the most unique and special period of your entire lives. 

Source: celebweddings