Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Kathy Wakile is taking to her Bravo Blog to discuss the end of the season. She reflects on what lessons can be learned, and how the show has changed her. She, like most viewers, wonders, “Where do we go from here?” After a tumultuous season, will their be forgiveness?
Kathy writes, “Too many hurtful things have been said and too many feelings have been trampled on. Everyone is talking and no one is listening; I wonder, where do we go from here?
In life there isn’t a rewind button, but unfortunately in reality TV there is. It is always difficult to have to deal with issues you thought were already put to rest. I guess in some ways though, it can be beneficial. It has shown me a way to learn from mistakes and try to make the future better. I have always believed that life is about growth and change, and Iâ€™d like to share some of the things that I have learned and some things that have helped me grow.
I have learned that most people are good-natured and supportive. I have learned that the viewers are caring people whose interest in me is very heartwarming, and I want you to know you have my sincere thanks. I have learned to listen to critique and criticism and understand the difference between helpful constructive criticism and just plain meanness. I have come to understand who I can count on and has my best interest at heart and who does not. But most of all I have reaffirmed that my family — and by that I mean my husband, my children, my mother, my sister, and brothers — are the ones who have never wavered in their love, support, and kindness. They are the true meaning of family.
I have grown so much as a person, and the RHONJ experience has enabled me to become involved in many charitable organizations that are now so close to my heart. As you know, I have become very involved with The National Brain Tumor Society. Just this week I was invited to be the keynote speaker for a program held by The Childrenâ€™s Brain Tumor Foundation in NYC. These experiences and the giving and sharing that accompany working for a cause are life-changing and positive. I urge all of you to get involved in helping out in any way that you like. It will change you in the most wonderful way!
I encourage you to all to stay positive. I have learned that is the key to healthy growthÂ and a fulfilling lifestyle. And I wish you all the best until next time.”
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