- I think this is absolutely pathetic. She just doesn't want to lose her media attention.
- I feel bad for her.
Most Helpful Guy
A woman facing adversity and openly victimizing herself in response What! Look, this isn't a gender issue in spite of what was just said. Overall, Rhonda has been a great female public figure that successfully rebuked many feminist talking points.
When you get so hyped up, the crash hurts. Even men in her situation would think about suicide. The issue I have is going public with it, when it's highly personal. Professional victims take to the microphone and announce their plight. She isn't a professional victim. She's a fighter.
She gets a pass though. I don't think we understand just how high on the pedestal she was before the fight. Failing will screw up anyone.
- Show AllShow Less