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Today, Tom Kersting the life coach from High School Rivals will be a featured guest on our boards.
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We will be having a featured guest come to the boards to answer your questions the day after each Monster in Laws episode premieres.
Tom is right. It is unfortunate that the communication barriers have kept us all from forming a healthy relationship. Elizabeth just wants to be accepted, but it is often hard to accept her when she displays behaviors that we, as society, do not deem normal. In her defense, she feels like this is the only way we will pay attention to her. In my defense, it makes me ignore her more. We do both contribute to the problems because of this. We continue to try to work on forming a healthy bond to the best of our abilities, but there has been much added stress recently. Please just remember that it takes a lot of a person to not only have to face their problems, but even more for them to do it in the public eye. Even though she may not have the best ways of showing it, her feelings are very real, she does have a daughter that she adores and we do not wish to see her portrayed in a negitive light. This is a mother, and think for just a moment how you would feel if you had these things being said about you with a possibility of your child reading it someday? I do know that I have said things, even online that were inappropriate, but they have been deleted and were on a private Facebook profile, not out there for EVERYONE to read. She needs help, and the more people who gang up on her, tease her, call her names, it is not going to do anything but cause her to have more setbacks. Those who are doing this are acting just as childish. She needs a strong support system and love. This does not mean that we will cater to her. As she reverts back to doing the things she say she will change we will continue to remind her of those things as they arise. We will do what we said. Please just take it easy on her. There are many sides to everyone. There was 80 hours of footage taken that week. The public only got to see 22 minutes. There was a lot of counciling and hard work. Tom did an awesome job and we commend his efforts and advise.
While the parents seem to be nice folks, I think Tom's assessment
Edited by anonymous1, 2 years ago
One post said there was over 80 hours of footage, so there's a lot we didn't see. First, is history as Elizabeth and the descriptiv
Found it interestin
I have known Elizabeth and Brian for years and even before Brian's marriage she has always been manipulati
I am trying to figure out how much of this show is real and how much is scripted, etc. But I will accept that most of this is "real life". If so, Elizabeth is sort of nuts. She doesn't like the wife because of rivalry issues and the swim team....in high school? By looking at everyone, I would say High School was about 15 years ago at least.
It seems like that Elizabeth is jealous for some reason at her brother for getting married. I dont think anyone would be good enough for this woman. This is sort of looney. I take it that Elizabeth is married since she has a kid, if she wasn't divorced, where is her husband? Liz is pouting about it always being "2 on 1"? You have a husband and a kid Liz, go back to them and leave your brother and wife ALONE! Brother, take your child over to her house and have time for your (insane) sister while the cousins play together. Liz (aka Crazy Lady), go to your brother's house when invited, be polite with the wife, enjoy the dinner and then GO HOME TO YOUR HUSBAND. If your family isn't close, to hell with it. Maybe your daughters would not like each other anyway. I would hate to have Elizabeth ruining my T-Day and X-Mas with her bullsh*t mental issues and tantrums.....
Lastly Liz wants the brother to be an Uncle to her kid. Well, why? Is that really important? My wife has many nieces and nephews, and I know she loves and cares about them and would do anything she could for them if they were in need. But my wife isn't "caring for them". They have parents. My father when he was a young man, moved 600 miles away from the family and has many nephews, nieces, great-nephews/nieces and so on. I doubt he knows all their names. I dont know all their names. It's just not that important. Parents, children, spouse, other family members.
Liz, you either need sex, a shot of liquor, a joint, medication or a kick in the ass.
Edited by senorboogiewoogie, 2 years ago
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