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Not inside? Sister Wives star Christine Brown's aunt Kristyn Decker agrees with her great-niece Gwendlyn Brown's opinion that father Kody Brown "forced himself to believe in polygamy". "I think most men feel that way. I really do. They think they have to," Kristyn tells In Touch in an exclusive video interview. "I've seen that happen with several of my brothers and that it was really heartbreaking for them not to succeed. And so, I think maybe Kody really does feel like a failure. The comments from the author of Fifty Years in Polygamy come just weeks after Kody and Christine's daughter, along with her friend Sarah, took to TikTok Live to host a fan Q&A where a follower asked, whether Kody "is as abusive in real life as he is on [Sister Wives]." "It's about the same thing. He's a little nicer on the show," Gwen, 21, replied offscreen. "He's gotten a lot better since then, he's really healing and I'm really proud of him. I think the stress of having so many wives and forcing himself to believe in something he wasn't really for made him more of a disgruntled, unhappy person." While Kristyn — the victim of polygamy through her nonprofit Second Choices Coalition supports — Gwendlyn agrees, she tells In Touch that "the Browns wouldn't have done this polygamy thing if they didn't believe in it." would have operated if we hadn't felt we had to," she adds. "So it's imperative and yes it makes me sad that I was so happy after leaving and I'm so happy for Christine. ... I'm so glad she's out of there." Christine — who announced her split from the father of 18 in November 2021 — was 49 at the time of her divorce, which Kristyn says is around the same time as she is gave up the polygamous lifestyle. “We watch our children and what they are going through and suffering. She with her kids and what Kody isn't involved in and how he treats her or not and how he treats the other kids and Janelle's kids. And we see all these dynamics,” Kristyn says of the reasoning behind the women who are walking in the same life stage. "As [the kids] grow and go out ... they're out here, they're doing this, they're doing life and we have to do that too."

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