‘Little People, Big World’: Jeremy Roloff’s Old Habit Used to ‘Fracture’ His Relationship With Audrey Roloff

Another season of Little People, Big World is over, and we’re still reeling from the events that occurred between Matt and Amy Roloff. Amy chose to sell her slice of Roloff Farms despite remaining unsure of what to do with the land for the entire season, and it proved to be an emotional moment for both the Roloff family and the fans. She’s not the only one viewers have an investment in, either. Fans also loved hearing about Zach Roloff and his wife, Tori, as they moved into a new home and raised their son, Jackson.

Jeremy Roloff, Zach’s twin, is no longer on LPBW, but fans of the show still follow him and his wife, Audrey, on social media to see what they’re up. And the married couple got super candid in their memoir. They even discussed an aspect of Jeremy’s life that almost ruined their relationship.

Jeremy and Audrey Roloff chose to step out of the Little People, Big World spotlight

We’ll occasionally see Jeremy and Audrey on episodes of the show, but they both chose to leave it behind back in 2018. Jeremy announced his decision to leave on Instagram in July 2018, too. As he wrote, “After 14 years, over 300 episodes, and 17 seasons, the time has come. A year ago I made the decision that this season would be our last.” Jeremy then added that he and Audrey would still be working on plenty of public projects that their fans should be excited about, however. “This is a decision concerning Audrey and me specifically – the show must go on! That being said, we’re not disappearing. We have a lot of exciting stuff in the works and are eager to continue the work that the Lord has called us to!”

Jeremy has also noted that his family understands his decision to leave — and he’s not the only Roloff who’s chosen to leave the show behind, either. Jacob Roloff, the youngest member of the family and also the most outspoken, also left and refuses to appear on LPBW ever again. Molly, their sister, lives in Washington and is rarely featured, too.

They recently released a best-selling book, A Love Letter Life

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THOSE 4 WORDS ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ I’m not gonna lie, to see those 4 words – “New York Times Bestseller” – across the top of a A Love Letter Life is mind blowing. For yearssss, Jeremy and I labored, prayed, stressed, cried, didn’t sleep, and ate to much Chick-Fil-A while we poured our hearts into this book. We deeply desired for it to become a resource that would impact, inspire, and ignite a generation of love stories that are creative, intentional, and faithful⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ And guess what??? It is doing exactly that and MORE The stories, ideas, and tools in this book are empowering, encouraging, and offering hope to thousands Our hearts burst every time we read a review or social post about a life changed, a perspective shifted, a relationship redeemed, a broken heart filled with hope, a love rekindled, a conversation that led to deeper connection, an engaged couple choosing to prepare more for their marriage than their wedding, or marriage saved. It truly is such a gift to see the impact of these pages – immeasurably more than we could have ever imagined⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Whether you are dating, engaged, or married, we wrote this book for YOU!⁣ Yes, YOU! These pages would empower YOU to live the love story you would want to have read back to you one day. We believe that our story, with all its imperfections, vulnerabilities, and failures, will awaken your desire to pursue a love that reflects the thoughtfulness, intention, patience, beauty and timelessness of a love letter⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ So friend, if you’ve already read it tag a friend! And if you have still not snagged your copy, what are you waiting for?!‍♀️ It’s 50% off on Amazon right now‍♀️ Your love story is worth it #ALoveLetterLife ⁣

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Jeremy and Audrey have only been married since 2014, but thanks to their commitment to each other and relationship with Christ, they believe they now have enough insight on love and marriage to share with their followers. They wrote A Love Letter Life to share the ins and outs of their relationship — and they also give advice on how anyone who reads the book can also find their perfect partner.

“Whether you are dating, engaged, or married, we wrote this book for YOU!” Audrey wrote on this Instagram post to promote the story. “We believe that our story, with all its imperfections, vulnerabilities, and failures, will awaken your desire to pursue a love that reflects the thoughtfulness, intention, patience, beauty and timelessness of a love letter.”

Not everyone thinks Jeremy and Audrey are totally qualified to be offering such advice, however. As one of their followers commented on this interview of them, “I’ve been married 31 years and as far as I see not everything works for everyone. They certainly haven’t put in the time or years to give advice.”

Jeremy admitted in the book that he had a habit that almost destroyed his marriage

Jeremy and Audrey promised to get candid in A Love Letter Life, and they certainly delivered. Good Housekeeping notesJeremy revealed he had an addiction to looking at “risqué images” at the beginning of his relationship with Audrey, and he felt deeply ashamed of himself for it. “When I first met Audrey, I was failing behind the computer screen. I had wandering eyes when it came to risqué images and social media profiles I had no business looking at,” he wrote.

While Jeremy was able to let go of the habit for a while, he also noted that two years into his marriage, he started to do it again. “Audrey was devastated. My behavior had fractured our trust, scarred our intimacy, and broken our unity. I remember thinking, I love her so much. Why do I keep doing this?” he questioned in the book. He later explains that he sought counseling to help him deal with his issues and repair the bond.

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