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Jackie Goldschneider Reveals How Her Kids Feel About Her Road to Recovery

The Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member gives an update on her ongoing recovery, as well as her family, on WWHL.

By Anita Abedian
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Jackie Goldschneider has been open about her ongoing recovery from an eating disorder on The Real Housewives of New Jersey, as she has taken viewers inside her journey and been candid about how her struggles have impacted her life, as well as her children.

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And Jackie revealed even more updates on how she has faced her struggles, along with how her kids have reacted to her recovery, during her recent April 19 appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

After host Andy Cohen read a fan's question asking Jackie how her children "have been feeling about [her] road to recovery" and inquiring about whether Jackie and husband Evan Goldschneider's children, twins Jonas and Adin, and twins Hudson and Alexis, had watched RHONJ, Jackie responded, "Yes, they have been watching the show with me."

Jackie went on to share more about her recovery journey and the positive changes she and her family have noticed lately. "You know, we just went away for a week and my recovery made the difference. I was really present at meals, I was eating a lot, doing everything with them. They see the difference."

Andy then mentioned how Jackie had revealed in a conversation with Evan during this season of RHONJ that she avoided being away from home for more than a few days due to her struggles with food. Jackie responded that she had since gone away "for five nights" with her family, adding, "There's still a lot of guilt, a lot of voices in my head, but I'm really doing the work."

Jackie also expressed what it felt like to be open with her children about her ongoing recovery, after Andy noted, "I have to imagine these are conversations you've never had before with them."

"I'm so relieved to finally be talking about it," Jackie said, adding, "It's amazing. It's life changing."

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