Will Teresa Giudice’s Transformation Impact Her Relationship with Margaret Josephs?
The OG reality TV revealed on her Namaste B$tches that she’s a “different Teresa” going into 2023.
“2023, it’s gonna be a different Teresa. Everyone’s gonna see a different Teresa,” Teresa quipped, adding that fans are going to be “amazed” by the changes they see in her during season 13.
“I think they’re gonna be happy with me,” she gushed. “I can’t wait.”
While Teresa made the changes for herself and her family, she adds that she “did it for [the fans] too; I wanted them to see that people could change.”
Part of the change in Teresa is the fact that she no longer has to fake it in order to shield her parents, Antonia and Giacinto Gorga, who passed away in 2017 and 2020. Teresa explains that for years she “let a lot of things slide” in order to “keep the peace” with her brother, Joe Gorga, and sister-in-law Melissa Gorga, for the sake of her parents.
Teresa says that holding it all in caused her to become “triggered” very easily.
“It’s not always good to be that way,” she noted.
Meanwhile, fans can get their first look at Teresa’s journey in therapy in a new RHONJ preview.
In the clip, Teresa comes face to face with Margaret Josephs for the first time since their showdown at the season 12 reunion.
We then learn that after the season 12 reunion, Teresa came to terms with the fact that she had trouble forgiving people.
Teresa admits she didn’t like how she behaved towards Margaret at the season 12 reunion and admitted she was “lashing out.”
Her new husband, Louie Ruelas, suggest therapy which Teresa agreed to do. Since then, she’s been working on learning how to be “calmer” instead of “yelling and throwing things.”
Check out the clip below!
The Real Housewives of New Jersey returns to Bravo for season 13 on February 7 at 9 p.m. EST.