Ashley Holmes, the daughter of Jaqueline Laurita from The Real Housewives of New Jersey, needs some serious lessons in what it means to respect others. Especially when it comes to her mother! Not to be negative, but Ashley thinks only about Ashley, and if it doesn’t have anything to do with Ashley, she could care less. This girl didn’t even buy her own parents or siblings a Christmas gift after all they have done for her. It’s time to grow up.
There’s one thing, one powerful thing, that Ashley Holmes needs to learn about. Actually, there’s two! The first is gratitude. She needs to start being thankful for everything she has in her life. Loving parents, a very nice home, nice clothes, generous parents, loving family and friends. The second is to stop being a leaner. A leaner is somebody who does absolutely nothing for themselves and constantly relies on family to provide for them at all times. Ashley needs to understand that it’s time to get off of her rump and pick something she wants to make a career out of and stick to it. No more going back and forth about what she wants to do or toying around with ridiculous ideas of moving to California to be on her own. Where are you going to come up with the money for moving, getting a place, paying first and last months rent, security deposits, groceries, electricity, water, etc? Your parents are through throwing money down the tubes.
It’s time for Ashley Holmes to start doing things for others and stop worrying so much what other’s are doing for her. Gratitude goes a long way! When you start appreciating all the things in your life to be grateful for and you can do this with 100% sincerity, then you will start seeing your goals manifesting themselves in your life. When you start doing things for yourself instead of relying on others, then you will start achieving your goals and desires. But it takes gratitude and action.
This post is different from my usual posts but since I’ve been watching The Real Housewives of New Jersey lately I had to chime in on Ashley Holmes. I know that teens and young adults in their early twenties go through certain stages and experiences in life. Believe me I know, I went through many, and my dad bailed me out more than once. However, there comes a time in every young adults life where the light bulb has to go on and they start making better decisions and start doing things for themselves. Gratitude and action are key. Start today Ashley and you will see your life change for the better and you will experience more respect from your parents. Start giving to others and by doing so, you will see all your dreams come back to you tenfold.