Bethenny Frankel sucks at choosing the right man for herself!
Bethenny Frankel has been a household name since her debut in 2008 on The Real Housewives of New York City. The 44 years old reality star has gone from a TV personality to an author and a successful entrepreneur.
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Frankel owns the company ‘Skinnygirl’ which has a whole range of lifestyle products worth reportedly $25 million but she never had a grand plan for it all. Frankel claims she knew she wanted to remain in the public eye but she had no idea she will be called a mogul or brand.
Frankel recently published her book ‘I Suck at Relationships So You Don’t Have To’ in which she describes how she stinks when it comes to relationships. Frankel argues in her new book she has yet to find true love not because of a lack of trying but due to bad choices.
Her therapist says Frankel isn’t bad at relationships and even gives her 100% while in a relationship but Frankel believes when it comes to choosing the right person she fails.
Apparently Frankel doesn’t go with her gut and reveals she has made decisions out of fear most of the time, which is one of the biggest mistakes to commit in a relationship. According to Frankel relationships need to be based on truth as the reality star is still involved in a bitter divorce with her second husband Jason Happy since 2012.
“My therapist would say that I don’t suck at relationships and that I give it my all, but if I had to be honest, I think I suck at choosing the right people for me,” she says in the May issue of Haute Living New York.
“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.”
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Though Frankel has had the worst luck when it comes to her love life she still penned a book on dating advice so all the girls out there learn from her mistakes. Frankel advice to all those going through a bitter break up right now is to stay Busy, Busy and Busy. Frankel believes it’s healthy to process what you went through but not obsess over it.