Ramona Singer isn't letting her divorce from husband Mario Singer get in the way of her living life to the fullest! Now involved with AOA Restaurant in New York City and creator of Ramona Pinot, the Real Housewives of New York City star is just getting started.
"Now that I'm single, I'm definitely out there more," she tells E! News exclusively. "I'm having fun."
The Bravo star opened up in her blog about her split from Mario after 20 years of marriage, letting fans know how hurt she truly was after keeping their marital issues so close to the vest, which was something that she didn't want to do because she prefers to talk about things in the open.
"Having your husband betray you is the worst feeling in the world, and I wish it on no one," Ramona confessed in her candid entry. "I feel like I was emotionally bruised for the past five months by Mario...I was in a fragile state."
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."
But months later, she has not only found solace in life as a single woman but she has also found a solid support system in her group of closest pals.
"Life is good. I have great friends. I have friends that are married friends that are single. [I have] a lot of friends," she dishes. "I embrace all of their warmth and they embrace me. Considering all and all, I'm having fun."
And surprisingly enough, those pals include her reality TV co-stars, who, despite the drama, have been supportive throughout her relationship with Mario. She told Andy Cohen, "...All the women on the show, including LuAnn [de Lesseps], were supportive of my situation with Mario."
"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," she added.
Although she is still healing from her divorce, she isn't completely ruling out getting involved with someone. Right now, however, she is single and ready to mingle and even has some advice for her fellow single women out there!
"Just go with the flow and things will happen naturally," she advises. "Don't force anything."
The Real Housewives of New York City premieres Apr. 7 at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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