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    Oh, for crissake, Ramona, most of the hot air in the room is YOU. How about you go run a garden hose over your nasty head and shut the f up!
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    But, she just had her hair done! Kristen needed killing. But Ramona was short with the oar to the head. Maybe next time!
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    Someone mentioned Romona seeming like she was on drugs of some kind and that just clicked to me. Maybe her doctor gave her some anti anxiety pills or something. Those do tend to make you less inhibited about what you say, not to mention they don't go well with alcohol. She just seems all kinds of out of control. She's always been kind of crazy, and blunt, but this is a new level. Having had a bad relationship with her father probably makes trouble of the male kind harder for her to deal with. She needs to get some help, and not the take a pill kind, the lay on the couch and talk to me kind.
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    IDK, I was on 40 mg of Lexapro for six months and all it did for me was make my hands shake, give me the pukes every couple of days, and did nothing for anxiety. I'm better off without it. And I never had one instance of throwing something at someone. I think Ramona is straight up bitch. But, yeah, she needs help and not the chemical kind.
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    Ramona is in a rough place. I'm not a Ramona fan, but I hate to see anyone in a position like she's in.
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    [QUOTE=PhoneGrrrl;4795442]IDK, I was on 40 mg of Lexapro for six months and all it did for me was make my hands shake, give me the pukes every couple of days, and did nothing for anxiety. I'm better off without it. And I never had one instance of throwing something at someone. I think Ramona is straight up bitch. But, yeah, she needs help and not the chemical kind.[/QUOTE

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    I understand Ramona's in a difficult place, but man, that was an assault!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckyface View Post
    Having had a bad relationship with her father probably makes trouble of the male kind harder for her to deal with. She needs to get some help, and not the take a pill kind, the lay on the couch and talk to me kind.
    Duckyface, your post was right on target with Ramona......I just have a little problem with the above part.....not to you, Duckyface......but am really talking to the whole world, mainly society, here.
    I'd like to know when you get past having a bad childhood/parent? Is there an exact age?
    Do you get to use the bad childhood/parent excuse for a lifetime? with no termination date except your death?
    Making broad examples: if Ramona left home and bad father at 20 and now she's 50 (I have no idea how old she is), doesn't that mean she's had 30 years without her father....10 more than when with her father?
    Did she not reflect on how that formed her in those 30 years? Did she ever realize that she could make herself exactly the opposite of what her father thought she was?
    I could go on and on....seriously.
    I'm just so tired of middle aged adults continuing to blame their unfortunate past on everything they do in their life.
    Sorry for going off on a tangent.
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    Re: The Real Housewives of New York

    Ramona Singer is on WWHL with Andy Cohen on TUES 5/13
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonlady View Post
    Duckyface, your post was right on target with Ramona......I just have a little problem with the above part.....not to you, Duckyface......but am really talking to the whole world, mainly society, here.
    I'd like to know when you get past having a bad childhood/parent? Is there an exact age?
    Do you get to use the bad childhood/parent excuse for a lifetime? with no termination date except your death?
    Making broad examples: if Ramona left home and bad father at 20 and now she's 50 (I have no idea how old she is), doesn't that mean she's had 30 years without her father....10 more than when with her father?
    Did she not reflect on how that formed her in those 30 years? Did she ever realize that she could make herself exactly the opposite of what her father thought she was?
    I could go on and on....seriously.
    I'm just so tired of middle aged adults continuing to blame their unfortunate past on everything they do in their life.
    Sorry for going off on a tangent.
    Yes, all of that.

    Ramona's treatment of nearly everyone is abhorrent, she's made herself into a harridan in her attempt to make everyone else look bad.
    It's like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.

    That "turtle time" thing in her head is not an adequate substitute for a functioning brain.
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