Teresa Giudice is taking to her blog to react to this week’s episode of the RHONJ. Giudice says Jacqueline Laurita needs her to stay relevant on the show and all Jac does is stir up trouble.
“In last week’s episode, the girls and I had to say goodbye to Joe, which was very tough on us. In this week’s episode, you got to see how we were doing in those first few days without Joe.
It was hard to see my daughters in pain and missing their father. I was upset that Joe was gone and couldnâ€™t imagine what they were going through. As you saw, I tried to give them extra love, affection and attention — anything to help make things better for them.
I did smile, though, when I saw how hard Milania tried to help out around the house by doing things Joe used to do. I was proud of her. So were her sisters, who also do a lot to help me while their dad is away.
I wanted to be there to help Dolores to celebrate the beautiful job she did redoing her house, but couldnâ€™t because Joe was calling us that night and the girls and I really wanted to talk to him.
Dolores made sure to let me know that she understood why I couldnâ€™t be there. She is a good friend. So is Siggy. I liked what she said about how women should be there to lift each other up. She is right.
Jacqueline was doing the opposite, especially when she showed up at Dolores’s wearing a shirt saying, “Namast’ay Away From Me.”
There she goes again, playing the victim, crying and whining about getting ganged up on, then she goes and does something passive aggressive like that. She loves to stir the pot, that girl. I found it all entertaining. It made me laugh and it just showed me that like others, she needs me to stay relevant.
I also thought it was interesting when I saw that Jacqueline got Dolores mad. Dolores is so even-keeled and easy to get along with, so for her to get mad like thatâ€¦But it goes to show you that I’m not the only one Jacqueline is ticking off.
But back to lifting up other women: I was happy to teach yoga at the event Dolores held at her gym. I love yoga so much and was happy to share what I have learned with other women.”
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