goes on. None would be considered professional writers, but some of their stories really do have some appeal. I feel like this is true of Aviva’s story. Her tragedy early on of losing her leg is a story to be told. She also was
raised with unusual parents. Her mother, an alcoholic and her father a sex addict. I think what Aviva was looking for in her conversation with Carole was a little support from a friend. When she didn’t get what she believe she deserved she starting low blowing it with the ghostwriter crap. I think this is Aviva’s M.O. She is looking for approval and acceptance and when she perceives she isn’t getting it, she reacts with anger and insults. It’s
wrong, but I am sure it comes from her past in dealing with her parents. On the other end, Carole came into the conversation with a chip on her shoulder. I like Carole and have from the beginning but she has a certain air about her. It feels like entitlement means snobbery, or something to that affect. If she had just given some support I don’t believe Aviva would have launched into the whole ghost writer thing. It’s really a petty fight but I guess not so petty to them, but we have to start the season somewhere? It seems like there is definitely more to the story…
Sonja- again with her desperation. She is in lingerie around her intern and it’s just so wrong. She needs constant fluffing from them. Ugh, cringe worthy.
Kristen and Heather relating over their children’s health problems: Last season, there wasn’t enough on the story of Heather’s son Jax who needed a liver transplant. It was inspiring to hear her share her story and watch the women bond over that. Their friendship seems genuine, but I think that is just who Heather is, very genuine.
Next up looks like Carole and Aviva battle it out on the staircase. Hopefully no one falls!