Bethenny Frankel, famous American reality show personality, author, entrepreneur and natural foods chef, has opened up about her marital problems. Bethenny Frankel’s marriage to Jason Hoppy was a public spectacle anyways, courtesy her reality TV shows. On this season of "Bethenny Ever After", most of the focus has been on her marriage and the problems she has been facing.
In a sneak peak of the upcoming episode of “Bethenny Ever After”, the 41-year-old actress declares that her marriage is in trouble. She tries to highlight certain pain points about their relationship, which do seem to be pretty common and reconcilable, but the couple, instead of settling scores, has augmented them to another level altogether.
She says, “That’s what we’re doing in our lives; we keep having the same argument over and over again. Jason thinks that it is a metaphor for the fact that we keep going around in circles in our relationship that we keep having the same argument over and over again.”
Both Bethenny Frankel and Jason Hoppy had agreed to get marriage counseling and their counselor gave them very candid advice. Jason, who is steering the boat, jokes, “I learned that I’m a moron for coming on this boat!”
Bethenny is quite skeptical about her marriage and can’t commit to her husband for long, while her husband is quite hopeful that they will be able to sort their differences out. He believes that he and Bethenny will remain together through thick and thin. “Where do I want to be in 10 years? Married to her. Whether she believes it or not,” he asserts.
Jason and Bethenny were spotted in SoHo lately on a sour outing with their daughter, Bryn.
Bethenny Frankel had talked about her marriage withearlier this week, saying that marriage was harder than she thought it would be. “I think marriage is a little bit more difficult than I thought,” she told the talk show host. “We didn't date for that long and we were pregnant and so many different things happened at the same exact time including having a baby and my business.” In addition to this, she said, “We were also older, when you get married older you're set in your ways and that's when the acceptance really has to come into play.”