I’m so lucky that my children support me and do not judge! Victoria and Noel are now adults, living on their own, and I have very strong relationships with them both. They never really bonded with Tom, and as Victoria said, “He doesn’t know how to #hug.” I’m glad I was able to talk to Victoria about what happened and how I have #noregrets. I went in quickly, and I got out quickly, and Victoria is absolutely right — there was no lasting damage. Tom and I are still friendly, and I accept him for who he is.
I felt for Carole when she shared with Dorinda that Adam had gone on a date with a woman he would like to see again. It’s never easy to end a relationship with someone you love, but I know that if commitment is what Carole wants, she obviously has to move on.
Sonja is making great strides to rebuild her life, and renting her townhouse is a big step for her. Her realtor is right: For $32k per month, tenants expect perfection. It’s never easy getting a home ready for rent or sale, but fixing all the little things will bring her big rewards in the long run. Of course, she couldn’t resist flirting with the cute photographer. What can I say? Sonja's just a man-eater. #LOVE
Bethenny invited Dorinda to Puerto Rico because she believed that she would be an asset on this relief trip. Instead, in an effort to appear relevant, Dorinda insulted Bethenny’s partners after she drank too much. You would think that by now Dorinda would realize that drinking makes her aggressive. It’s not a good look, and I hope she took to heart what Bethenny had to say about her drinking.
As for living alone, I get Dorinda’s fear of falling and not getting up. Maybe it’s time for her to get a #lifealert necklace? Yet, if moving forward means being alone for a time, I think that’s healthy. That’s why girlfriends are so important.
Until next week, #hugmore!
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