Seeing Camille and Kimber talk about me regarding “snubbing” Camille’s daughter, Mason, was upsetting. I know I’ve gotten in some hot water speaking in absolutes, but I would absolutely never intentionally be rude or dismissive to anybody’s child. The moment they are speaking of, we (wives, husbands, etc.) were walking through security and I waved and said hello just like everybody else. If at any point Mason felt slighted then I am sincerely apologetic. I’m sure this will come up later, but am curious why Camille hasn’t mentioned to me, since at this point two weeks have passed.
Camille also makes a point to take a jab at my accountability. Seems to be a common theme when people want to bring me and what I do down, but all I can do is laugh it off and point them in the direction of my clients’ testimonials (check them out at my Instagram @teddimellencamp or at @goallinbyteddi). Besides, I am an accountability coach for health and fitness, not rich people behaving badly. As long as I’m changing peoples’ lives and continuing to inspire, I’m happy and fulfilled. Also, I just came back from a two-day retreat with a bunch of my coaches— what a way to celebrate these women who have all joined together to go all in on their health and well-being, and now paying it forward to others. I stand proud of everything I’ve created thus far with All IN and continue to expand.
I will say I am holding myself accountable to any mistakes I’ve made this season. Part of personal growth is to learn from these flaws; I am doing just that, especially with the reunion taping coming.
I can’t imagine Denise and Camille having to relive these fires, especially Camille who lost her home. A tragedy for so many. The women and men who fought tirelessly to save as many lives and homes as they could are truly heroes. I continue to support the LA Fire Department and you can too: http://supportlafd.org
Until next week,