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Bravotv.com: You mention to Kyle that you and Paul’s relationship is in a much better place. Any advice you can give to other divorced couples who are trying to co-parent?
Adrienne Maloof: In co-parenting I have learned the importance of how to pick your battles and choose the issues you really believe in to state your point. At the end of the day, most issues are not worth putting unnecessary pressure on your relationship and children. Therapy for us has been a great mediator and probably the single most important tool to help navigate through our always evolving issues.
Bravotv.com: Anything you can tell us about this new skin care line you’re developing?
AM: Not yet, but I am excited about working with and testing different skin care products and will be sharing developments along the way. As of now, my biggest focus is with my new product NeverTooHungover and so excited to see it in approximately 20,000 stores nationwide and over two million bottles sold! We are expanding worldwide and growing tremendously. It's a fabulous way to get your vitamin fix for the day and, of course, a healthy way to get rid of a hangover.
Bravotv.com: You’ve been privy to both sides as Kim and Kyle try to navigate their fractured relationship. Do you think they’ll ever be able to find a peaceful resolution? What advice do you have for Kyle?
AM: Most families have issues--some more severe than others. I do believe that Kyle and Kim are capable of coming to a peaceful resolution, however, it's going to take intense therapy, tools to cope with their emotions, and having a clear understanding of how they intend to move forward. There is a long history that only the two of them really understand, and with that said, it's an always evolving process. My advice to Kyle is this is WORK and there are no shortcuts, but the work is well worth it because family is everything.