“Real Housewives of Atlanta,” newcomer, Claudia Jordan, thinks somebody owes Dr. Jeff a “huge apology!” Of course we all know she’s speaking of NeNe when she sounds off on this week’s Bravo blog. What was going through Claudia’s mind while this therapy session was going down?
“I was trying my best to bite my tongue and not to debate every time I heard some B.S. and it was tough! But I figured if I’m going to do this, then I’m going to try my very best to “do the work.” I have to say that the majority of the ladies practiced extreme restraint and kept their cool, despite insults being hurled their way.”
Ain’t that the truth. So, what did Claudia think of Dr. Jeff and his attempt to counsel the ladies?
“I thought Dr. Jeff had his hands full, and I hope he wasn’t too scarred by the horrible treatment that he received when he was only trying to do the job he was asked to do. I like how he kept everything pretty fair, and his demeanor was calming.”
If only he hadn’t run off after NeNe, following her into the parking lot! Claudia doesn’t mince words when it comes to her thoughts on NeNe and her “warped sense” of reality.
“I was shocked at how one person seems to have a completely warped sense of what is actually happening.”
As we know from watching all of the Real Housewives shows, it’s not easy being the new girl. Claudia shares her thoughts on that, too.
“Although Demetria and I are new and don’t have any long standing beefs or emotional attachments with these chicks, I think some of the vets’ behavior towards the new girls shows a pattern that was established long before we arrived, and I think that is important. If you are doing the same thing to the new girls that you have no history with, then clearly you have an internal issue with women in general.”
Ouch! But it doesn’t end there. Claudia conducts a further diagnosis on NeNe (though she doesn’t accuse her of having a bi-polar experience.)
“Well, certain types of women that don’t submit to you and, God forbid, have their own mind… Somehow really gets under your skin. That is a self-esteem issue. And I suspect it’s going to take more than one session of counseling to fix it. But hey, you’ve got to crawl before you walk, and who knows what the future holds. But I think one of us owes Dr. Jeff a very nice bottle of champagne and a huge apology! Keep it cute, boo!”
I am so lucky to combine blogging with my guilty pleasure of watching reality TV. I read all the comments and respond to most. Feel free to reach out to me. If you like fiction, I have two published novels: Three Days in Purgatory and A Reason to Run.