Jules: It Takes a Lot to Get Me Angry

Jules shares a health update on her "pistachio" and has some words for Bethenny and Carole.

First, let me begin by addressing last week's blog. It takes a lot to get me angry. I always go into situations with an open heart and mind and give everyone the benefit of the doubt, but there is only so much negative energy I can stand until even I get defensive and lash out. I believe that people should take responsibility for the energy they bring into the room, and recognize that this energy shapes and affects our interactions with others. Before suggesting that I am paranoid or delusional, perhaps it's time for Bethenny to pull out some reruns and take a look at how many times and ways she has called me dumb or clueless or sick since the first episode. Puh-lease don't tell me that my pain meds had me imagining the constant insults and belittling, both to my face and behind my back.

As for Carole, I really think she needs to spare us the investigative journalism; this was a casual dinner, not an interview, and she was being a gossip. There is a difference between coming from a place of true care and concern and stirring the pot. Deliberately picking people apart for your own purposes or entertainment when they are vulnerable does not a good person make. As I said before, I am the first to admit that the calzone "joke" was nutty, but enough about that wannabe joke gone bad already...I had a lot on my plate (pun intended!) during this time between my health and kids and personal life.


Speaking of nuts, my pistachio is getting a lot of rest (for better or worse), so all's well that ends well...

 

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