RHONY cast member Bethenny Frankel spoke out about relationships in a new interview with Haute Living. During her chat, Frankel focused on what she’s learned from her past relationships and revealed what not to do.
“I think I suck at choosing the right people for me,” the RHONY cast member revealed to the magazine, according to a May 4 report by Bravo’s The Daily Dish.
“I don’t think that I actually suck when I’m in a relationship, but I think that I haven’t gone with my gut enough. I’ve made decisions out of fear, which is the biggest mistake people can make. You have to make decisions out of truth.”
The RHONY star has had a couple of relationships in recent years, including a failed marriage to Jason Hoppy and a recently-ended relationship with Michael “Mac” Cerussi (at least allegedly), and looking back, Frankel said she now recognizes what she’s done wrong and hopes to take that into account in the future.
As fans will recall, the RHONY star exposed her marriage to Hoppy to Bravo cameras for her spinoff show, Bethenny Getting Married, and later, Bethenny Ever After. However, when she began dating Cerussi, she took a much different approach. Not only did Frankel keep her boyfriend off camera, at least for the most part, she never appeared with him on the red carpet.
As for what not to do in relationships, the RHONY star had a list of things.
“Don’t medicate by drinking too much, eating too much, or putting your face in a pint full of ice cream. Go out, be confident, look good, try to feel good, and don’t beat yourself up and do things that are self-destructive. Don’t text and call and drink and obsess—it’s so hard. I really think that you should process and go through it.”
As the Inquisitr previously reported, the RHONY cast member was recently accused of faking her latest breakup for the success of her new book, I Suck At Relationships So You Don’t Have To, as well as the Bravo series. According to a report by OK! Magazine, via Real Mr. Housewife, Frankel reportedly felt it was in her best interest to be single at the time of her book release.
For more of Frankel and the RHONY cast, tune into new episodes of The Real Housewives of New York City on Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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