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Vicki Gunvalson's counseling helps issues on ‘Real Housewives of Orange County’

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Vicki Gunvalson isn't afraid to show her true feelings when it comes to sharing with the fans of “The Real Housewives of Orange County.” On Monday night the reality star revealed that she was going to Dr. Sanders and working on her relationship issues with her daughter. While the two have been close in the past, there is one issue that continues to divide the two reality stars. According to Reality Tea on Monday, the issue of Briana's dislike of Brooks has really dominated the how.

There is nothing easy about a family that has trouble excepting a new person in their lives. Vicki Gunvalson has dealt with the struggle and tried different options. Nothing has worked, but Vicki has continued to encounter more stress and trouble. Perhaps that is why she decided to go to therapy to decide what she really wants.

According to Vicki Gunvalson’s Bravo blog on Tuesday, the opportunity to sit down to sort out her plans in the future and what she wants to achieve has been extremely helpful. Removing other people from her choices, she is no longer influenced on what people want from her and can focus on what she needs. Apparently the clarity is worth her time.

The opportunity to show how counseling is working for her is a very brave move for “The Real Housewives of Orange County” star. She has made herself vulnerable in front of the fans and they could be mean about it. Instead they have embraced the idea and realized that sometimes another person is needed to sort out all the issues to make good choices.

Vicki and Briana hopefully will come to some common ground before the end of the season. It’s a tough thing to watch as personal conflicts between family and happiness often don’t end well, but it appears that Vicki Gunvalson really wants to find a good solution to move forward.

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