Bethenny Frankel “uncomfortable” with new season Bethenny Frankel’s show, ‘Bethenny Ever After,’ has just started up its new season and she is already having a hard time with it.

Frankel admits that this season is definitely more difficult than the previous one, states PopEater. “This season is so intense and so uncomfortable and so real and so true,” Frankel says about what fans can expect.

The season has already been hard as Frankel had to deal with figuring out how often to visit her in-laws and then tell them what she wanted.

Do you think this season will be better than last season?

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  • March 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    I have faith with Bethenny. Everyone thinks it should be decided now and I then she has that down. She wants her baby to have loving grandparents and said so. She really loves Bryn and they all do. How can there be part time family. Have faith, people who love each other cannot help but to keep loving that gorgeous little girl, I love her and I’m not even in the family. No hard feeling wil not to go on and on and on. The whole family will be lovely. Bethenny keep up the good work and don ‘t ever doubt yourself. One she see that people are easy to get along will the more love cheer and happiness for them all.

  • March 8, 2011 | Permalink |

    Makes me uncomfortable watching it too. Bethenny has some deep deep issues she needs to deal with before Bryn becomes the brunt of her cynicism. I know she loves her child but she needs to learn how to live in the now because the future is not guaranteed. She overthinks everything that has to do with her personal life–wears me out just listening to her talk about it. Good thing Jason is so laid back and I love that he tells her when she is getting carried away. I also admire Jason’s relationship with his parents—he is so in tune to his parents losing a son. Losing a child is probably one of the most painful things anyone has to endure –I know–my 21 year old brother was killed in a car crash also and my Mother has never been the same. I’m sure his parents faith has helped them to go on–I wish my mother had the same. Anyway, Bethenny take a deep breath and think before speaking. Keep going to therapy and you just might be able to break the family curse and give Bryn the family life that you seem to have missed.

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