Jacqueline Laurita

Jacqueline comments on the toughest scene of the season for her to watch, the Ashley intervention.

on Aug 15, 2011

I don't know about you guys, but watching that scene with Melissa and her sisters made me cry like a baby. To watch Melissa's face as she hears a message from her father from heaven telling her to be true to herself and stay grounded and that she will be very successful in what she is doing made me cry like a baby along with Melissa. Her father let Melissa know that he is still watching over her. Her father always believed she would be a star someday, so it was an overwhelming feeling for Melissa knowing that he was still with her and watching over her on this journey. That was beautiful! I'm sure that he is as proud of her as the rest of us. Congratulations, Melissa, on the release of your very first single.

I cried again listening to the conversation between Caroline and Lauren. It hurts me as it does Caroline to hear that Lauren doesn't feel like she is beautiful. She is beautiful to all that know her. I wish she could feel it too. I think every woman secretly picks herself apart. We notice more flaws about ourselves than other people notice or even care about. It's our nature. Everybody has a different view on what they find beautiful. There is no perfect look that everyone agrees with. Some like blondes, some prefer brunettes, some like skinny, some like muscular or fuller bodied, some like big boobs, some prefer a bigger butt, some like tall, some like short, some like lighter skin, some like darker skin, some like long hair, some like short hair. I could go on and on! There is beauty in EVERYONE! You have to feel it within yourself. Easier said than done, I know. We all need to work on believing in ourselves and stop judging others. I truly believe that every time you make fun of the way another person looks, it makes you look a little uglier. Try to remember that the next time you are pointing a finger at someone else and making fun of the way they look that there will most likely be another person behind you pointing a finger your way.