September 30, 2016

‘Housewives of Beverly Hills’ star’s doctor on her struggles

HollywoodNews.com: ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ star Taylor Armstrong opened up this season about the abuse she allegedly suffered in her marriage with the late Russell Armstrong, and now her doctor is commenting on her struggles.

Her doctor, Dr. Charles Sophy, recently commented about what a good role model she is for getting through the situation, states RadarOnline.com. “Addressing the situation is a difficult process that involves self-discovery, thoughtful introspection and, ultimately, moving forward to become a much stronger person,” Sophy said about what Taylor went through.

He has also commented that this is still an ongoing process for the reality TV star.

Her doctor recently went with her to an event on the show where she addressed the other women and explained what she went through in the previous months.

What do you think about her? What about her doctor?

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  • January 19, 2012 | Permalink |

    I think what he did was highly unprofessional. Who attends an opening of a restaurant and uses it as a venue to yet again, explain Taylor’s problems??? She was wrong timing (again) and he wasn’t appropriate either.
    Taylor, hopefully won’t be back on this show. She’s NOT believable, in my opinion. There are some who will stick by her story of abuse, but I think it occurred from both ends and I think it’s awful that she ruined this season with all her hysteria and absolutely bizarre behavior. Be a Mother Taylor. Keep a chart for yourself, like you do for your daughter. Then, perhaps you won’t be out drunk, stumbling and your daughter will have a sober Mom. Am sick of seeing/hearing her.

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