What a start to this week’s episode of Secrets and Wives… I definitely revealed the “naked truth” about the process and benefits of Vajuvenation. Although I am comfortable with my lady parts, I felt somewhat exposed being the anatomical model for the discussion of this service. However, I gladly played the part in order to get my message out there. I felt I had a responsibility to let the public know that if you are unhappy about the appearance or functionality of your lady parts, there are procedures that can help you!!! The reason I decided to offer a service, such as Vajuvenation, is because a few years ago I participated in a performance of the Vagina Monologues. This event was a fundraiser for Fegs, a women’s shelter.
“The Vagina Monologues is made up of a varying number of monologues read by a varying number of women. Each of the monologues deals with an aspect of the feminine experience, touching on matters such as sex, love, rape, menstruation, female genital mutilation, masturbation, birth, orgasm, the various common names for the vagina, or simply as a physical aspect of the body. A recurring theme throughout the piece is the vagina as a tool of female empowerment, and the ultimate embodiment of individuality.” (Source Vagina Monologues)
Participating in this event opened my eyes to the many experiences females have when it comes to our body parts that are unique to us. Experiencing a lack of intimacy or feeling like you are no longer sexy down there can be discouraging! Vajuvenation is a face-lift for your lady parts, which means after this procedure you will be left with a tighter, more youthful looking vagina. I know we made light of this service during the episode, but Vajuvenation is no joke! It is a life changing procedure and I am so lucky to be able to offer this service as a means to help others feel more confident in themselves. Girl power, am I right?!!
I must say, communication is everything. I am not trying to sound cliche, but after 20 years of marriage I can confidently say the key to a healthy, strong relationship is great communication. Look at all of my lovely ladies on the show… Amy needs to be a better communicator with her son. Although she would do anything to help her son, she should not be the one reaching out to Jonathan in the hopes of Max getting his job back! Gail communicates to me that she would like to spend more time with Dr. G, but that is something she needs to discuss with him! None of us are mind readers and if she doesn’t tell Dr. G that spending quality time with him is something that she wants, then he will never know! I can say the same about my relationship with Sandy. We have been married for quite some time and there are certain things that he does that drive me crazy!! I know I’ve said that I want to smother Sandy with a pillow, stab him, and push him into oncoming traffic, but instead of making those comments I should really speak like a normal, rational human being. If I had done that maybe Sandy would be able to change the way he was acting! During this week’s episode I expressed to Gail how I feel about Sandy’s overly friendly “vibes”. Sandy grew up in Brooklyn where he knew all 400 people that lived on his street. He is connected to people everywhere we go and it is not his fault that he is so likable!!! I know that he has many contacts in his phone, but this is a conversation I need to have with him. I have my own insecurities regarding this situation and I am entitled to my feelings, I just have to let Sandy know what they are. Our marriage is like the stock market, we have some highs and some lows, but it is always a work in progress! I do love Sandy with all the madness in my soul!!!
The one time I throw a beautiful, intimate dinner party, in the hopes of Liza hitting it off with one of mine and Sandy’s BFFs, Jonathan acts as if he is still in jail. The more tequila he drank, the meaner he became. It was completely embarrassing, inappropriate, and uncalled for. Jonathan really needs to work on his social skills because no one should be spoken to in the way that he spoke to our group of friends. I always told my daughters growing up that if you have nothing nice to say, then don’t say it. Clearly, Jonathan has yet to learn that lesson! I felt bad for Susan since she didn’t have much control over the situation, but she needs to communicate to Jonathan that people don’t and should not act that way! Also, in response to your question Jonathan, YES, they’re real!!! Tune into next week’s episode to see me lay down the law with Jonathan!!!