Teresa Giudice is taking to her Bravo Blog to let viewers know she feels like her family blames her for all of their problems. Teresa insists she had no part of Penny and Jan’s knowledge of Melissa’s indiscretions, and says she was just trying to network for Milania Hair Care.
Teresa writes, “I’m thinking of writing a new book about my life (since apparently writing four cookbooks doesn’t count…). I’m going to call itÂ 50 Shades of Black & Blue.
In it, my own family members and friends I’ve had for 10 years turn on me. They hate me and hate on me like it’s their full time job. They sit around every day talking about me non-stop, even when I’m not there. They talk and talk and talk some more about how obsessed I am with them. They bang their hands and wave napkins and cackle about how crazy I am.
Meanwhile across town, people with cute 1950s names — Penny, Jan — that own salons come up to me saying they want to carry Milania Hair Care. Of course, I listen. Then they start talking trash about my sister-in-law. Of course, I stop listening. I get up and leave. Doesn’t matter though, because I am invisible now.
My family hears about the rumors and blames me. I am to blame for everything: when their ex-bosses and ex-boyfriends talk about them, when their friends stop liking them, when their house and records and books don’t sell. It is all my fault. Along with eclipses and the economy.
It does hurt that my family always assumes the worst of me. It hurts when they call me names. It hurts when I see tabloids with the “inside scoop” on my parents, my in-laws, and my marriage. But what can I do? Nothing because it’s only fiction. Right?”
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