Siggy Flicker Admits She’s Having a Tough Time Dealing With Her Children’s Independence


Siggy Flicker is taking to her blog this week to explain to viewers why her children’s independence is a bitter pill for her to swallow. She also shares why her friendship with Dolores is so special and how she helped Dolores get through the difficulty of losing Boo.

“There’s no denying that what you see is what you get with Siggy Flicker. During the Six Day War, my mother went into labor with me in a BOMB SHELTER in Israel. From the very beginning of my life, everything I do, I do in a BIG way! Big mouth. Big dreams. Big heart.

There’s nothing more important to me than the positive relationships in my life. I love relationships so much, I made them my living! My career as a relationship expert brings me so much joy and keeps me constantly busy. All relationships take work and, just like a car, they need maintenance. Even though we are deeply in love, Michael and I benefit from some fine-tuning here and there, too.

Speaking of Michael, although quick, he finally made his first RHONJ appearance! We had so much fun celebrating Teresa and her new book in NYC. I wish her continued success in everything she does in life! May Teresa always know her worth, and may you ALL always know how valuable you are!

I will do anything to support my family and my friends, especially my best girlfriend for life, Dolores. Through thick and thin, I’ll always be by her side. When Dolores hurts, I hurt. My heart absolutely broke for her when she lost her Boo. I wish I could’ve done more to ease her pain, but I was content just to snuggle up in bed with her and let her know I’m always there for her. Whether it’s mourning the lost of her beloved Boo or helping her figure out her finances, I’m there to help her. Dolores is well on her way to being independent of any man, and getting her bills in order was a crucial part of the process.

Independence for Dolores is great… it’s my children’s independence that I’m clearly having a rough time dealing with. It’s funny how I’ve raised my kids to be successful on their own, and now that it’s really starting to happen, it’s my worst nightmare come true! Josh getting his license has been a very difficult pill for me to swallow. My kids have been my world since they came into my life. I soak up every minute with them that I possibly can. I love driving Josh and Sophie wherever they need to go, because it’s quality time we spend together and a great opportunity for me to find out what’s going on in their lives. What else can I say? I’m a Jewish mother -– I can’t help being all over my kids!

It’s so important to surround yourself with people who want the best for you, and who you can root for in return. Getting rid of the toxic people in your life is crucial if you want to be able to reach your fullest potential. Life is too short to put up with anyone’s B.S.”

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  • Real Sandy⛱

    I don’t watch RHONJ, but I read this and I do like the last paragraph of what she wrote. She may be a very good relationship expert, though I have no idea, really.

  • One Rotten Egg

    How odd soggy is a relationship expert but can’t seem to have good relationships withI her own kid

    • Anonymous

      In my opinion, it’s bizarre that “relationship expert” Siggy Flicker needs her 16 year old son to tell her she needs boundaries and to stop touching his butt because it makes him uncomfortable.
      I also can’t stand the way Siggy tries to manage Dolores’ life. She needs to leave Frank and Dolores alone! Frank Catania is a great dad and friend to Dolores. Leave it alone, Siggy! I think Dolores is too nice to tell Siggy to back off for fear of hurting her feelings.