Issues such as bullying and friendship have been addressed this season on the VH1 show and even thought the show has ended, the criticism hasn’t.
The ladies who once portrayed themselves in such a negative light are taking responsibility for their actions and mopping up their mess with countless apologies and vows to do better.
Evelyn took it a step further and penned a letter to her seven-year-old-self which she gave exclusively to the HuffingtonPost.
Read the advice she gives her younger self, below:
In exactly twenty-nine years you’re going to find yourself at the middle of a mess that you unwillingly helped to create… You’re going to be the topic of a discussion about women on a national level that won’t be one of your proudest moments. And as large as your life may be at that time, the truth is that you’re going to feel painfully small.
You’ll look through the rearview mirror of your life and see a mountain of mistakes. You’ll realize that although it appears that you’re living out a dream, your seven year old self could never picture this near nightmare at thirty-six. You’ll remember the days when you drowned out the fighting and drama in your own house and the negativity of the women you loved who ultimately shape who you will become. You’ll recall the moments when you sat in front of the television each day after school in search of someone positive and found Oprah and wondered if people like her would ever be a part of your life, or if you’d always have the jaded ones you watched on Jerry Springer.
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