You know, Kim Richards could learn a thing or two from Nene Leakes and just stop blogging. The more she tries to explain herself the worse she ends up looking. I’m going to comment throughout her blog in purple because there is just so much wrong with what she wrote
Sorry, I’ve been MIA on the blog. I was on a much-needed vacation, but I’m glad to be back!
Sadly, after reading this blog, it clearly was not rehab, or even some sort of NA group.
This episode was a hard one to revisit, because of the whole me-Brandi-Kyle situation.
There is not you, Brandi and Kyle situation. There is a you and Brandi situation and a you and Kyle situation. The problem in both situations is you.
Even though I had just been released from the hospital 48 hours before the gay mixer,
Wait. You were in the hospital? How long were you in for?
I only attended the event to support my sister and had nothing but good intentions when I invited Brandi.
Bullshit. No one believes this.
Kyle is my sister, and Brandi is my friend, so naturally I was just hoping they could patch things up. As I’ve mentioned before, their feud may seem like it’s all about me, but it is something much deeper and goes way back before this happened with me.
Nope. It’s all about you.
We’ve all seen how their relationship progressively has gone downhill throughout the seasons. I mean, you all saw how Kyle and Brandi really started blowing up at each other over personal attacks, not over my situation! I don’t even want to go over in detail what was said… I don’t agree with anything that came out of their mouths that night. I was, and maybe still am, hurt—hurt by Kyle’s words and the dynamic between us three.
So you admit that Brandi and Kyle don’t like each other, so how was it helpful to bring Kyle to a party she was not invited to? And there it is again, “the dynamic between us three.” Your relationship with your sister is between two people, not three. Stop dragging your partner in addiction into your relationship with Kyle!
In a way, what I did (inviting Brandi) to the gay mixer is exactly what Eileen did for Kyle and me. Eileen also had good intentions, hoping Kyle and I can talk things out. And for that, I am appreciative for Eileen’s efforts.
Helping two sisters mend fences is not the same as bringing your sister’s arch enemy to her party where she was not wanted.
I can’t imagine what she’s been and currently going through with the loss of two sisters. I do want to rebuild my relationship with Kyle, but I just don’t know how. We’re so close that I think we’re both haunted by our history of ups and downs.
Have you tried not being a giant cunt satchel? You should try that.
To add fuel to the fire, Lisa R. was going on and on about how she knows all about addicts and how she knows when she meets one, but she is not an expert or a professional, so she shouldn’t be going around judging and stereotyping.
So now you are saying you are not an addict and Lisa R. got it wrong? We’re back to square one again?
I don’t appreciate Lisa R. talking about me in a derogatory way behind my back and about my supposed problems to everyone around us when she doesn’t even really know me or anything about my journey to sobriety.
I think you are headed in the opposite way that one on a journey to sobriety would be on. I’m just saying.
I know what happened on poker night looked bad—even I was shocked when I saw it! However, I have always been open about my sobriety,
What sobriety? Did you see yourself on TV? You think that is what sobriety looks like?
how I WAS in a bad place, and how I have been and am sober for the past three years.
Whoa, that is some serious, serious denial.
Instead of wanting to curl up into a ball and hide in the midst of all this drama, I feel confident and strong in myself. These rumors and the fighting actually made me realize how much stronger I am today.
During Kyle’s mixer and Brandi and Lisa R.’s lunch, certain phone calls between Brandi and me were brought up. I know exactly which phone calls they were, and, yes, they were concerning, because they were about someone who was in need of help—someone I care deeply about. I was directly involved in a very tough situation that did put me in harm’s way, and that’s why I was distraught when I called Brandi about it.
You know how when you are on a plane that is going down you are supposed to put the air mask on yourself first? This is good advice for your current situation as well.
It was NEVER about me or alcohol and drugs. Both Kyle and Brandi knew exactly what those calls were about, so I was extremely upset when Kyle, knowing how private it was, kept on pushing Brandi to talk about the phone calls. With that said, I’m happy to share this person is doing well. This is all I have to share, and I ask everyone to respect this person’s privacy and to not probe any further.
So your son had a mental health episode and the person you decided to call was Brandi Glanville and not a family member? Was Brandi’s advice just to drink and go to bed and it would all work out? And aren’t you the one bringing it up again? And if Kyle already knew, did you just not like her advice?
Anyway, I hope Brandi doesn’t really feel pressured as one of my friends. She’s been there for me and so have so many other people outside of this group. Shout out to some of my best friends who have supported me through the years…decades— love you: Valerie, Lianne, Monty, Kristi …
Oh look. More shit stirring. You are worried about poor Brandi feeling pressure. So you pretend you are on the Price is Right waiting for the wheel to stop and shout out to your “real friends.” Never mind the family that has put up with this for years. Shout out to my enablers, y’all!
I’m not even going to address the part of her blog where she says the one thing all the women on the show have in common is putting their children first. Because, seriously?