Lisa Rinna On Life-Changing Moment: ‘I Really Have A New Outlook On Priorities’

Lisa Rinna decided to return to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills this year even though she had gone through a rough time when the show wasn’t filming. A few years ago, Lisa went home to visit her parents and she shared with viewers that her father had been very ill. And in January of this year, Rinna lost her father. While this wasn’t shared on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Lisa reveals that the loss completely changed her as a person. It helped her see beyond the petty drama that had been happening on the show.

According to a new Bravo report, Lisa Rinna is now revealing that it’s incredible how one will change after losing a family member. It was truly a life changing moment for Rinna, who had known that her father was sick prior to his passing. And it sounds like losing her father may have changed how she’s handling the drama on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and her friction with the other ladies.

“It’s always amazing to me how a major life event can completely change your outlook and perspective on life, relationships and happiness,” Lisa Rinna explains in her Bravo blog for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, sharing that her father’s death completely changed how she saw all of the drama on the previous season of the show.

“Like I mentioned on the show, I really have a new outlook on priorities and what’s important for not just me, but for my family. Seeing the flashback of my Dad took me by surprise—the pain is still there. Watching that clip reminded me yet again that life is too short and what I really want is love, happiness, laughter, and family to be the priority. I just don’t want to focus on anything that’s not positive anymore. It’s time to move on from anything petty and unimportant in the grand scheme of life,” Lisa Rinna explains about losing her father and rewatching old clips of them together on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

Of course, Rinna isn’t the first person to lose a family member while filming the show. A few years ago, Eileen Davidson lost several family members and she opened up about her struggles on the show. It was painful for her to move on and deal with the pain, so Lisa was thankful that she was friends with Eileen and that the two of them could get through the pain together. And in her blog, Rinna explains that she’s thankful to have Eileen as a friend on this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

“I am always so impressed and amazed by my dear friend Eileen. The strength that she encompasses and shares with the rest of us is nothing short of admirable. Erika was right when she said it speaks volumes about Eileen to not share the passing of her mother right before the reunion last year, yet make a decision to push through and be so solid and clear and concise that day,” Lisa Rinna explains in her blog for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, according to Bravo.

Last season, Lisa was very good at calling people out for their drama and she participated in creating drama around Yolanda Hadid’s Lyme disease. It was because of Rinna that the word Munchausen’s started surfacing on the show and with viewers. Even though she admitted to her mistake, fans remember her outspoken ways.

What do you think of Lisa Rinna saying that her father’s death changed the way she now handles the drama on the show?

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