Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Carlton, we get it, you’re Wiccan, you don’t need to shove it down our throats. You’re not being singled out for that. Wait, you’re not being singled out for anything although you’d clearly like to be. You’re just argumentative and arrogant and a bully. It gets old watching you try to instigate something over “your faith” when it has nothing whatever to do with your faith. You come across as being passive aggressive, looking to instigate by pulling words out of context so you can go into your spiel. We get it, there should be a Real Wiccans of Whatever show on Bravo, where you can sit around and do whatever you want to portray to watchers about “your faith.” I know dozens of Wiccans for 30-40 years and what I know of their faith is what I see them demonstrate daily. I know you don’t know how you come across. I know you are sincere and enthusiastic. You have the honor of being viewed by the masses. Toning down the personality and letting the soul of you shine forth is the best testament for your faith.
These are my observations. What anyone else does is none of my business. I do this blog to share my observations. I have several clients in the Real Housewives shows on Bravo, so I watch the shows when I can catch them.
When talking about passive aggressive behavior, instigating and bullying, I can’t leave out Stassi from Vanderpump Rules. I know these shows are edited to be sensational. I know she’s Lisa’s daughter’s best friend and that’s why she’s still employed. She’s one of the meanest on the show. For her, it boils down to: she’s 26, she’s led a sheltered life. I know they do it to gain more air time. Many of them are aspiring performers, everyone wants their own spin off shows, everyone is jealous and competitive, everyone afraid someone else will take their piece of the pie. For me, it gets old when that’s the only storyline. But I watch these shows to see the ones I know and work with, and see how they interact with the big personalities. I’m never surprised. I get it. We are multi-faceted. Sometimes our soul shines forth. Sometimes our personality overshadows the soul. It’s a learning process. We learn about ourselves when we watch these shows. We learn about what we think is appropriate, what we judge and what we think we might do in the same situation. It can all be used for self discovery. It’s all grist for the mill. Don’t judge yourself for judging. Just realize you do it and do it mindfully and with purpose if you’re going to do it.
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