Lisa Rinna: No One Should Tell You How To Feel Or Grieve

Lisa Rinna is surprised by the conversation that happened between her, PK and Dorit during this week’s episode of the RHOBH. In her blog this week, Rinna says that no one should ever tell you how you should feel or how you should grieve. She also weighs in on the rest of the episode.

“I thought it was kind of Dorit to invite me to her dinner party once she knew I was alone, and I graciously accepted, wanting to get to know both Dorit and PK better. However, if I didn’t know better, I could have sworn that instead of being invited to a dinner party, I was actually at a BBQ, and I was the one being grilled! I found the conversation I was engaged in with PK and Dorit to be rather surprising. I don’t believe anyone can ever tell you how you should feel or how you should grieve. Unless they have walked in your shoes, they have no idea what it’s like to lose a parent. Your process is your process, and no one can take that away from you or tell you how you should feel or act. No one.

I always love when we get to see Eileen and Vinny talk about what’s going on in our group. The two of them are always so funny and cute together, and I think it’s sweet how Vinny always helps Eileen find clarity in any situation.

It’s great to see Camille doing so well! Her new home looks beautiful, she looks healthy and beautiful herself, and I couldn’t be more happy for her. She’s had her fair share of difficulty, and I find her to be an inspiration by how she’s managed to handle it all. Kudos to you, Camille!

Unfortunately, I had to miss the lunch at Camille’s new home. I was back at QVC doing my thang again. I love hearing Erika talk about her new upcoming video, XXPENSIVE, and her nine number one singles. What an accomplishment that is! To have the kind of success Erika Jayne is having at 45 years old in the music world is amazing. She is beyond fabulous and deserves all the success she’s earned.

We’re left with a good “To Be Continued….” and we’ll just have to wait and see how the rest plays out!”

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14 Replies to “Lisa Rinna: No One Should Tell You How To Feel Or Grieve”

  1. Like many viewers at this stage in life, this past year was one of tremendous loss for me as well, and I found PKs comments to be completely out of order and plain ignorance at its worst. As a rule I don’t believe in offending one’s host or hostess when invited into their home, but if it were me, I definitely would have excused myself from that situation and feigned a headache to just get out of there. Lipsa was holding back so hard, I thought blood would seep from the corners of her mouth from biting that tongue of hers. It was well played on her part as a guest in someone’s home and for once, she deserves kudos. The Kemsleys were offensive and pot stirring, and it’s becoming unbearable watching PK trying so hard to get a diamond and make his way to the center of the WOMEN on this cast. We’re barely 6 episodes in and I’m already hoping these two will be a “one-off” …they’re just unlikeable.

  2. I agree with you Days. I am not a Rinna fan but was on her side here. I find the Kemsleys to be rude and he especially creeps me out. And who was that
    Little man sitting next to Rinna. He seemed so pretentious and wierd.??

      1. he was in seaon 2 I think, talking his nonsense to taylor too ^^ He’s like the weird butler who’s at every party… guess they’re hollywood ghosts or something

      1. Jay let’s play nice ! I don’t agree with bluebell but he/she are entitled to their opinion without being given a hard time xoxo

  3. I don’t like Dorit or PK even though I think they misunderstood LR about the timing of the parents’ passing. They are two people who are really too full of themselves and are way too insensitive probably except when it has to do with them.

  4. I & many here do know the grief & pain one feels at the loss of parents, but I truly feel that conversation was a case of unclear clarity. Coming from a rather large, large, large family, I can certainly say I lost way over 6 members this past year & endured much pain too. I do understand their grief, I dont understand why everything in their world has to have confusion in the center of it. I, personally have absolutely no patience for their nonsense.

      1. Thanks Daisy, There’s lot of peace in knowing where they’ve gone, where hopefully we all will go one day. I thank God for that knowledge. But that’s so sweet of you Daisy, so sweet.

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