I'm sure we don't see all of her sessions. I'm sure we see only a very little bit of them.
How can it possibly be real with a camera crew in the room? Barring the implausibility, it seems a violation of professional ethics.
Loved the most recent episode. No matter that much of it is faked or rehearsed, it seems like we're still getting the essence of what it's like being newly married, super busy, semi-famous, and a new mom in NYC. Bethenny's life is interesting to watch.
"Not my circus. Not my monkeys"
~~ Old Polish Proverb ~~
But I donít want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.
"Oh, you canít help that," said the Cat: "weíre all mad here.
To me, even though she has serious issues, Bethany is fresh air compared to these women we see on tv who are fake. She is who she is, damaged, fragile, and I love her for that. She makes me laugh every time I see her on the tv.
Yup, with donuts!!
I wanted/needed my son to be with me during my first few sessions but was told that would not be possible. My son had to wait for me down in the lobby of the building & not in the waiting room.
For the cameras to be rolling here...not buying it.
I do give Bethenny TONS of credit for going for help to deal with her issues. I also applaud her for agreeing to allow Bryn to be baptized. I do think if this family, Jason's parents included, would have a session or 2 with a family therapist to set guidlines & boundries. I think it would benefit everyone.
I know the total panic stricken look of a new Mom when Bryn was being passed around strangers. I agree with her that she needed to get out of there.