In the subtitle of their new memoir, Jeremy Roloff and Audrey Roloff urge readers to "Pursue Creatively, Date Intentionally and Love Faithfully."
But now they're passing along some other advice to anyone who explores the World Wide Web:
Ignore the Morons.
Audrey and Jeremy have been in the spotlight for many years, having just wrapped up a lengthy run last summer as key cast members on Little People, Big World.
They've also been very active social media users during the duration of these starring roles, opening way up about their love, their relationship and their life in general.
As is so often the case for people who write a lot online and who encourage feedback from their followers, the Roloffs have faced their fair share of criticism throughout this period.
Especially when one of them claims to have a weird porn addiction.
How do they handle it?
“I just think you gotta have grace for those people because, you know, if people are being hateful online and whatnot, that’s not coming from a healthy spot,” Jeremy told Us Weekly, adding:
“I think there’s something there behind the curtain, and social media is just their vent for that, so that’s one thing. And second, we just encourage each other and acknowledge that they have zero perspective.”
Jeremy and his wife are out and about these days, promoting "A Love Letter Life."
The book chronicles their romance and offer tips to others either in relationships and/or hoping to be in relationships...
... and it's actually this kind of stuff that really irritated strangers online.
"Audrey and Jeremy are obsessed with themselves, think they’re the god’s honest experts on marriage since 12 seconds after getting married themselves," wrote one Reddit critic in response to a recent question about the couple.
Another, meanwhile, takes major exception to the advice Audrey so often doles out to mothers around the world.
“She is SO dense," wrote this troll, expounding with a reference to Audrey's 18-month old daughter and adding:
"I used to follow her up until Ember was born and then I just couldn’t deal with her preaching anymore."
Audrey does often preach, that is sort of undeniable.
But folks can just ignore her.
Why not go that route instead of openly trashing her?
"It’s just the world that we live in and it is what it is, but we try not to let it get to us because of that, you know?" Jeremy continued.
"We have that perspective. Of course people are going to say things that are … out of line or not necessarily true or just downright mean."
Audrey told Us Weekly that fans should realize that anything not from "our mouths" is "probably not true."
But Jeremy was more focused in this chat about how cruel total strangers can be, as opposed to any false rumors they may be spreading.
“I think to do something in this world you have to have some thick skin and believe in your mission and your purpose more than the voices that are speaking into your head," he explains.
The couple has been wildly successful in prompting its new memoir, as evidenced by where it sits on the New York Times Bestseller List.
"A Love Letter Life" sits in second place on the New Release list, ahead of Michelle Obama's autobiography even. Wow, right?!?
Makes it seem as if Jeremy and Audrey made the right choice to leave their family's reality last year, huh?
This is what Jeremy wrote back when he arrived at this milestone/decision:
"It has been an amazing run, and I can’t say thank you enough to all of you who have watched and supported us along the ride,” Jeremy wrote via Instagram. “We have the most loyal fans on TV and we appreciate every one of you.
"You are what made doing this so fun. We will still be supporting the family as they carry the #LPBW torch onward.
"This is a decision concerning Audrey and me specifically — the show [must] go on!"