Bethenny Frankel

Bethenny thanks the fans for another season of support and explains why she's baring it all in the show.

on Feb 21, 20120

Thank you all so much for watching Bethenny Ever After last night. It isn't easy sharing the intimate, personal details of your life with the world, but I've come to trust and love you as fans. You have inspired me, you have entrusted me with your thoughts and dreams, and you make being totally honest and upfront the only option.

I am so blessed to have such a beautiful baby girl Bryn and supportive husband Jason. There is no perfect, and we certainly don't come anywhere close.

I am someone who has to work at most things. I work tirelessly at my career, endlessly at being a mother, and constantly at being a good wife.

Enjoy this season. It is certainly a rollercoaster, and many of you will relate to what we go through, and perhaps some of you will not. I couldn't simply allow you to see all the good things in my life and not the challenging ones. I want you to see the real me, whether emotional or inappropriate or neurotic. This is who I am.

Let's embark on this journey together. I hope you enjoy it.

2 comments
SLfanfromCA
SLfanfromCA

BraVO Bethenny. You are doing all of the right things. Just try not to take on so much at one time. Take time to smell the roses without the cameras and just with your husband and baby. You owe it to your marriage to embrace the time your family will have together. I love your show, but if the show was no longer and you decided to lay low and just be there with your business and the family your fans would understand.

M. Falls
M. Falls

Bethenny is a joy to watch. One comment, Jason, I feel, is still trying to make up for his brother's death by constantly wanting to include his parents in every aspect of his married life. I believe he could profit from some major individual psychotherapy to address this issue. If he gets help in this area, I believe it can only help his relationship with everyone concerned. It takes a strong person to realize that seeking help is not a weakness. Wishing Bethenney et.al all good wishes.