Yolanda is getting candid and isn’t holding back!
In a very deep interview, where it looks like nothing will be held back, Yolanda reveals what she was going through during some of her darkest days.
Today, Yolanda will sit down with Dr. Oz to discuss her Lyme disease battle and what viewers of RHOBH didn’t see. In a clip Yolanda reveals:
“There were nights where Gigi, at three o’clock in the morning, had to drive me to the emergency room because I had such severe inflammation in my brain that I’d be balling on the floor like please take me to the hospital. So you know, and not just Gigi driving, Anwar and Bella in the back of the car and the three of us going to the hospital. And, them being there, they learn to take charge and be my strength.”
Fighting tears Yolanda continues:
“My children is what kept me alive. I remember just waiting for them to get out of school, just to give them a hug and look at them for hope. There were many days that I really didn’t want to live anymore. But when you look at your children it’s not a choice anymore, right? You have to. You have to get through. You have to keep fighting and searching to get well.”
Those are some deep and dark statements! Yolanda has also stated on RHOBH that if it wasn’t for her children she would have already jumped off the balcony.
Whether you think Yolanda is misdiagnosed or are confused by her treatments I think it’s obvious that Yolanda was (or still is) clearly suffering. Yolanda is a proud mother and her children were clearly the strength that she needed to get though her tough times.
Yolanda has been passionate about her health journey and has been dropping hints she is looking to write a book to share what she has learned along the way.
In an interview with Bravo Yolanda shares:
“I’ve been wanting to write a book, obviously, for four years, but haven’t had the brain power to do so. I’ve documented my entire journey with photographs because I learned today’s world, everything is kind of visual. People don’t really read that much anymore. Pictures really hit home. And it’s funny because the girls on the show kind of judge me for posting a picture with an IV, which is nothing compared to the pictures that I have and the story that I have to tell. It’s very detailed, it’s about all the treatments that I’ve tried, all the different places that I’ve been in the world, but mainly it’s about my spiritual journey that came with this.”
I’ll be watching Yolanda on Dr. Oz as I am interested in seeing the rest of her interview.
What are your thoughts on Yolanda’s interview so far? Thoughts on Yolanda writing a book?