The Bond Is Strong

Julie discusses Bethenny and Jason's ability to cope with disaster.

This episode was definitely interesting for me, as I had heard all about the trip, but could not have imagined the stress and panic Jason, Bethenny, the other couple, and Dr. Amador must have been going through when they were at sea.

I told Bethenny that I thought the boat ride would be full of team building exercises, but I could have never imagined this! I was proud of them for staying so calm, as they must have been terrified.

There isn't a lot to talk about as you saw firsthand what happened. My feelings were up and down the whole time. I think Dr. Amador is so great. He acted as a true professional and got them to shore safely. It was a team effort.

I was on shore -- actually in Pittsburgh -- visiting family, when I heard that they were lost at sea. At first I thought, "So typical," and laughed, but as the hours wore on I was very concerned.

I was so happy that Bryn was with RaRa and did not go on the boat, as we had thrown that idea around originally. When I go the call that almost 24 hours later they arrive in Nantucket my spirits were lifted. They had made it!

But that is the thing with Bethenny and Jason. I know and have faith that they will always make it through whatever life throws at them. Their family, their love, and their bond is strong.

Until next week,


PS: My sister's sunglasses from the Montauk episode were Tom Ford.

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Follow Your Heart

Julie reflects on her journey with Bethenny and where it will lead her next.

Everyone -- this was a pretty intense episode. I wanted to thank all of you for the positive thoughts and support throughout this whole journey. Working for Bethenny and creating an unbreakable bond with her family truly changed and molded me as a person, and has allowed me to take the next step of my life with confidence. You have all helped build Bethenny's empire and your constant support has allowed her to take the next step -- her talk show. Although I am not directly working for Bethenny anymore, I am supporting from a distance and keep very close to her and her family.

For those of you who have asked, I am extremely happy and living in my hometown of Pittsburgh since January. I recently got a job in PR and marketing and am looking forward to the next steps of my life. This experience has taught me many things, but the most important thing is to follow your heart and be thankful for everything that you have in life.


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