Cynthia: "I Do Not Have Low Self-Esteem"

Cynthia: "I Do Not Have Low Self-Esteem"

Cynthia Bailey opens up about why she broke down during that talk with her daughter, Noelle.

Bravotv.com: What's been the hardest part of the divorce?

Cynthia Bailey: A divorce is a very difficult thing to go through. It is spiritually and emotionally draining. The hardest part of this process for me has been trying to maintain a friendship and mutual respect for each other. We were friends before we were husband and wife. I just don't want to lose that.

Bravotv.com: Why did you break down during your talk with Noelle?

CB: I do not have low self-esteem. I was really caught off guard when my daughter Noelle asked me if I did. I always try to teach her by example and be a good role model. It hurt me to hear her even have to question whether or not I had low self-esteem! My whole life I have always tried to represent confidence, strength, and fearlessness. Especially where my daughter is concerned! I raised her to be an independent thinker and never to settle for less than what she wants and what feels she deserves. I broke down because I felt like I had failed her. And myself.

Bravotv.com: Were you surprised by all the shade between Kenya and Sheree?

CB: No, I was not really surprised about the shade between Kenya and Sheree. They always throw a little shade at each other. The one thing that Moore Manor and Chateau Sheree have in common is lots of trees. The shade is real! LOL!

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