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Ramona Singer is ready to move on from her relationship with Mario Singer.
One week after the Real Housewives of New York City star announced she was leaving her husband after more than 20 years of marriage, the Bravo star is giving fans a better sense of her reality both before and after cameras were rolling.
"Having your husband betray you is the worst feeling in the world, and I wish it on no one," Ramona confesses in her candid new blog. "I feel like I was emotionally bruised for the past five months by Mario…I was in a fragile state."
For those who watched the show's three-part reunion special, which just finished airing Tuesday night, one may have noticed a different side of Ramona as she tried her best to avoid any discussion about her marital struggles.
Ramona even got testy with host Andy Cohen when he asked about the state of her relationship. "I want this closed down!" she declared on the show. "Stop it, Andy. I don't want to talk about it."
Looking back, Ramona has a few regrets about her behavior.
"I must say I was not as respectful as I should of been to Andy," she admits in her blog. "When I filmed the reunion, Mario and I had reconciled only the month before. I so wanted to try to get our relationship back on track."
She added, "Mario was extremely adamant about me not speaking about our relationship and his infidelity. This is so not who I am—I always speak freely on all subjects. I was allowing my husband to control my behavior."
Today, Ramona is feeling "fine" post break-up and is "excited for the new chapter in my life."
And despite all the disagreements and drama surrounding her cast members this past season, Ramona has a positive message for all of them.
"Yes, Andy, all the women on the show, including LuAnn, were supportive of my situation with Mario," she shares. "Without them I would never have been able to handle what I was going through. I thank all my fellow Housewives for their support and continued support."
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