As we have already reported, Amy Roloff accuses Matt of betraying her and cheating during their marriage.
But in her book, A Little Me, Amy reveals other painfully personal details.
With mounting insecurities, she admits that she considered going under the knife to preserve her appearance.
RadarOnline reports on Amy's book and her heartfelt confession about self-image.
"I still sometimes struggle with body image," Amy admits to her readers.
She says that this continues and has persisted "especially as I get older."
"When my body started to go south," Amy says. "I’ll admit, I thought about getting some sort of plastic surgery."
She explains that she was considering something "to give the old body a little lift."
Amy mentions that her line of work -- as a reality star -- really made her take a hard look at any perceived flaw.
"After doing reality television for fifteen years and seeing so many women having it done," Amy begins.
She continues: "I guess it’s no surprise that it crept into my mind."
What stopped her?
Understanding what a slippery slope certain types of body modification can become.
"If I change one thing," Amy writes. "I’ll probably want to change something else and then something else after that.”
Amy observes that society encourages people to alter or augment their looks.
“We are inundated with countless images suggesting that we need to change this or that," Amy observes.
She notes that there is a constant pressure "to look better, more beautiful."
"And," Amy adds, people feel pressed to beautify themselves in order "to get more out of life."
That's an interesting angle, but she's right. Social pressures do often link looks with having a better life.
Amy points out that she has an amazing life, even without going under the knife.
"I’m defying those odds," the Little People, Big World matriarch writes.
Amy explains that she realized that she didn't need surgery "because I believe I already have all that."
The best part was that she was able to obtain happiness "without changing my body."
Good for her!
Amy also wrote about less uplifting topics ... accusing her ex-husband, Matt, of cheating.
She wrote that she noticed Matt "spending more and more time at the tavern he often frequented in the evenings after filming and working on the farm."
Amy also observed that the "farm manager” was “around more and more often."
She doesn't say Caryn Chandler's name, but ... readers can read between the lines if they know anything about the family.
"It dawned on me. Matt and our farm manager, who had been working for us a number of years by then," Amy wrote.
She continued, saying that they "seemed to have more than just a working relationship or friendship."
Amy even describes having found evidence of this affair.
"I saw messages, pictures, and other things," Amy revealed.
She noted that these were things "that should not have been shared between people who just worked together and were still married to other people."
"I was devastated," she wrote.
Wow. Good for her for moving on. And we're impressed that she and Matt get along so well these days.