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I use to be a huge fan of all the Housewives Reality Shows, but I quit watching since each show turns out to have a cast of grown women fighting like high school girls. But, I decided to watch the reunion of The Real Housewives of New Jersey on Sunday. What I saw was the first 15 minutes and it was pretty calm. It aired again last night so I decided to finish watching, and as usual it was ridiculous.                        

Once again it was an episode of jealous caddy women throwing jabs at each other on everything from appearance to she said he said crap. They're bullies. We have anti bullying campaigns to teach kids acceptance and respect for others, but these women are on television bullying and tearing families apart while earning an income and getting their 15 minutes of a fame. They're a horrible example of a mother, a sister, a daughter, a woman and a human being. They're grown up mean girls with no respect.
Would you sit across from someone and say you have 3 rolls on your stomach and begin chanting blubber, blubber, blubber to them? Just one example of how rude and disrespectful they are.

Needless to say I won't be watching part 2 and 3 of the reunion show.

John Gray Quote
When men and women are able to respect and accept their differences then love has a chance to blossom.
Have a blessed Wednesday! 


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