Kendra and Hank — you have two very good reasons to save your marriage — son Hank Jr., 4, and daughter Alijah, 5 months. But if you’re at all serious about rescuing your relationship, you need to get into a therapist’s office and away from the TV cameras!
Kendra Wilkinson & Hank Baskett: Counseling Is Needed, Not ‘Marriage Boot Camp’
You two are reportedly starring on the next season of Marriage Boot Camp, after Hank’s alleged affair with transgender model Ava Sabrina London.
The alleged cheating has unsurprisingly created such a huge rift in your marriage that you, Hank, have moved out and you, Kendra, have spent the last few months in tears.
Kendra, while you’ve confessed in interviews that you’re not ready to go through with a divorce, you’re also not ready to forgive your allegedly straying husband.
In fact, Kendra, you haven’t been able to contain your fury with Hank.
“You’re the dirtiest person I have ever known in my entire life,” you scream at Hank in a clip of the Oct. 24 episode of Kendra on Top.
“You risked this whole life because of yourself… because of your d**k,” you add.
Kendra, you have every right to be THAT angry. Your husband has risked his five-year marriage, risked losing his family, with his alleged affair.
On top of this, you were blindsided by the affair, just five weeks after giving birth to your baby daughter, Alijah.
And Hank, you haven’t fully come clean to Kendra, even now, about the details of your alleged affair, still insisting that at least some of the allegations aren’t true.
“I don’t get why you’re not telling me,” Kendra screams at you in the preview clip of the Oct. 24 episode.
Clearly, Kendra and Hank, there were some serious issues in your marriage that could have contributed to Hank allegedly straying. And Hank may have some particular reasons that led him to seek out a transgender lover, which you both need to explore.
Kendra & Hank: Repair Your Relationship First Before TV
While I understand that you are both very used to putting your family life and personal lives on TV, you have to seriously ask yourselves if this is the best way to save your marriage.
Don’t you think that you two need some very intensive personal couples counseling to get to the bottom of all of your issues? Trying to work out your problems in front of TV cameras and a huge audience of viewers is adding a new level of stress to your already shattered relationship.
Shouldn’t you really be placing your biggest priority on doing everything possible to repair your relationship, especially since you have those two precious babies to think about?
If you two insist on going ahead with Marriage Boot Camp, I hope you’re spending even more time in private therapy than on a TV set.
Saving a family is more important than TV fame! Don’t you agree, HollywoodLifers? Let me know.
— Bonnie Fuller
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