Brandi Glanville Reveals the One Thing She Still Can’t Get Over About Ex Eddie Cibrian’s Wife LeAnn Rimes

Jan 6, 2016 at 2:00 pm |
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This is an incredibly touchy subject, but one that I understand completely. One of the reasons why I’m not a big fan of social media (and why I try to stay away from it as much as possible despite all of the temptations), is because networks like Facebook and Instagram show off a heavily filtered image that looks nothing like reality. I honestly do believe that the more users try to show off their highlights reel on Facebook, the more trouble they are trying to bury in their real life. Otherwise why go through all the trouble, right?

With that being said, I also think that society will soon take a sharp turn and become incredibly private after years of being so open about their personal lives, jobs, accomplishments, vacations, and so on. It’s only a matter of time.

And while there’s no doubt that social media has helped people connect over the years, it’s caused a lot of hurt as well. You know all of those wonderful pics of family gatherings during the holidays? As lovely as they look on screen, you can’t help but wonder if it’s really that perfect as what people choose to share, right? Well, if there’s one person who has thought about that lately, it’s Brandi Glanville. The reality television star has admitted that the worst thing in the world for her is seeing her two sons, Mason and Jake, spending the holidays with their father Eddie Cibrian and their stepmom, LeAnn Rimes. But for her what makes things even more painful is seeing photos that LeAnn posted on her Instagram of the four of them together while Brandi is stuck spending her holiday all by herself.

Here’s what she says:

This is an incredibly touchy subject, but one that I understand completely. One of the reasons why I’m not a big fan of social media (and why I try to stay away from it as much as possible despite all of the temptations), is because networks like Facebook and Instagram show off a heavily filtered […]