Bravotv.com: What went through your mind when Bob made those comments in the car?
Shereé Whitfield: I was just shocked. Speechless. So many times as women, we just try to bury negative thoughts and traumatic situations, so when we were in the car and he said those things, it just brought so much from our past up that I have tried to suppress for well over a decade.
Bravotv.com: Did you think that you and Kenya Moore worked through your issues at the restoration service?
SW: I think we may have misunderstood each other. I am in such a happier place in life now. I don't even want to think of anyone or anything that can compromise my happiness.
Bravotv.com: Do you think there's any possibility you would get back together with Bob after this?
SW: In recent years we have been able to rebuild a friendship and through that we have rebuilt our family unit as co-parents. In order for our kids to continue to be happy and healthy, that is the space that I think our relationship should stay in. I am thankful that for my children's sake we were able to get to that point.
Thank you guys for your outpouring of support. This last episode and next week's are definitely tough to watch, but I'm thankful that our show offers a platform where we can share our stories, which often times go untold. This Saturday I will be at Barnes and Nobles of Brentwood, 1701 Mallory Lane, Brentwood, TN at 2pm. I will be doing a meet and greet and signing copies of my book, "Wives, Fiancees, and Side-Chicks of Hotlanta."
I look forward to seeing you all there!
Until next time,