Dina Manzo: I See The Good In Amber And Nicole

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Dina Manzo is taking to her Bravo Blog to give her take on Amber Marchese and Nicole Napolitano making up. Dina says she sees the good in Amber and Nicole. Although she didn’t appear in this week’s episode very much, Dina talks about her experience with vision boards and why she thought it would be good for Teresa.

Dina writes, “I know I wasn’t in this episode for more than two seconds, but they were an important two seconds. I totally believe in the power of vision boards, and I swear I am living proof. I literally check things off my vision board on a monthly basis. I wanted to share this with Teresa so she can start checking off her dreams as well. That’s what friends are for, right? If something works to make our own life more peaceful, we are meant to share it. With that said, I would love to share more with YOU! I made a quick video for you with blogs and resources to get started on your vision boards! Want to hear the irony? This video was made from my favorite place that was guess what? ON MY VISION BOARD! So excuse the wind chimes and sun glare. Check it out and watch all of your dreams come true and remember to send me pics!

Now I’ll touch on a few of my favorite moments from this week’s show. How adorable is Giovanni? He’s got such a gentle way about him for a boy his age, it’s exciting to see the next generation of a family business bloom. I’m sure TerEsa and Rino are very proud of him and his desire to keep that tradition alive. I can tell you first hand that the food is GREAT at their restaurants, and please when you visit will you buy that man a drink?

Speaking of restaurants I appeared to be a bit quiet at dinner with the crew, didn’t I? That’s a LOT of personalities at one table. I tend to shrink in situations like that and do more eating and observing while everyone else takes the stage. I loved to see Rosie happy with her new love. Rosie and I had many talks about her relationship since me and her girl are both Pisces. I tried to give her an inside peek into the wonderful sensitive minds of us fish. You’ll have to stay tuned to see how it worked out for them. I adore Rosie and wish her a lifetime of happiness, she deserves it. Here’s a peek into a dinner party at which I had a LOT to say, check it out (you may even pick up some hints along the way)!

Finally I have to say it was nice to see Amber and Nicole work out their differences…at least for now. I see the good in both the girls, we all mess up once in a while, right? OK, OK, so it might be a little hard to relate to a slutty first responder throwdown, but you know what I mean.”

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8 Replies to “Dina Manzo: I See The Good In Amber And Nicole”

  1. What a pompous, self-important a$$ you are Dina. Teresa looked totally confused by your board. Too bad you sleeze ball you can’t see the good in your own family.

  2. Dina is a fabulous soul that I think is misunderstood…when you look as beautiful as Dina there is a lot of nasty jealousy and then to be just as gorgeous inside well people just can’t handle it…Dina love you but yes I have a vision board and bought the book the magic by Rhonda Byrne and no nothing absolutely nothing I may have asked for the impossible though hahaha

    1. True, Dina is pretty, but viewers are more intelligent than thinking she is hated because folks are jealous of her…look at her hypocrite behavior. She constantly brings up how at peace she is in life, all the while hinting at her family feud by the snide remarks she makes about loyalty, etc…she doesn’t make peace with her own family. I have never read anywhere anything negative Caroline has said about her sister, yet Dina has brought up many times her “blood not always thicker than water” hints.

      1. One Rotten Egg, yes I understand, when I say beautiful I always look inside and out because a lot of people are attractive but they appear ugly when you start to get to know them…sorry but I couldn’t stand Carolyn always thought she held herself and her opinions way to high and thought she wasn’t at fault for anything where I find her bitter and an idiot and her marriage was a sham!

  3. What Dina fails to comprehend is the major hypocrisy of her Philosophly of love, peace, kindness and Zen. She picks and chooses to have that attitude when she wants it and with some people and then she drops it with others – namely her family. You can’t be a part time Zen master and a part time angry shady bitch. It just makes you a fraud. If you were truly Nanaste and truly Zen you would forgive. But you are holding on to hate and throwing it back publicly at others- not very Zen my dear. That’s why people call you out and dislike you.

    1. I disagree with this. We can’t change people so we have 2 choices – accept their behavior or reject it.
      If you can’t accept it and you can’t have them in your life because they’re toxic or whatever reason then you reject it and the person/people can’t remain in your everyday life. You can love people from a distance and not have to condone their behavior and/or have them in your life.
      Just because you’re related to someone doesn’t give them to right to mistreat you. If you can’t find peace with and accept the person/behavior how is that not seeking peace? That’s the definition of finding peace. Accepting what you will and will not allow in your life. No martyrs here.
      If a stove is hot, take off your damn hand. You don’t keep it there hoping the stove will stop being a stove. It won’t. If will keep burning you. And so will toxic friends or family members. Blood relationships are never an excuse for having to tolerate bad behavior.

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