The return of Bethenny Frankel has caused a shift amongst the cast of “The Real Housewives of New York,” and the adjustment has been rougher for some, than others. Heather Thomson has been portrayed as overly pushy in her struggle to bond with Frankel, and has taken to her blog to share her thoughts.
“I am definitely a “fixer” by nature. No one wants to be disliked for no reason and I always like to give people chances. This experience with Bethenny has helped me to learn more about her personality and vice versa. I’m glad we were finally able to squash things. I was happy to accept her apology, and of course I am also sorry if I came across pushy. My conversations with Bethenny, on personal topics she is open about, have only ever been in an attempt to encourage and help. We all have things to overcome in life, and although I like to hurry up and try to help, I’ve realized that it’s also important to let others find their way, in their own time.”
I hope that this realization didn’t take the whole season! Heather takes the opportunity to cheer on her friend Kristen Taekman, as she takes the nail polish industry by storm, and plug her own business at the same time.
“Speaking of finding your way look at Kristen go! I’m so excited for Kristen and her new nail polish line Pop of Color! I’ve been wearing it and it’s great. The polish really lasts and I get compliments all the time. The color ‘Blue Moon’ has been my go-to. And we’re neighbors at Ricky’s NYC since they also carry yummie!”
Thomson weighs in on the tiff between clashing business minds, Kristen and Bethenny.
“Kristen has been working hard on her new projects, as well as trying to understand a new friendship with Bethenny. Rejection is a natural emotion, and there just doesn’t seem to be any empathy on Bethenny’s end for her feelings. But as much as I like to fix, I think I’ll probably just stay out of this one!”
Good strategy Heather! We all thank you!
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