While Tasha continued to defend her decision, it soon became clear that Holly wasn't impressed as she appeared to shut down the interview.As Phil asked for her views, Holly looked straight at the camera and said thank you for the guest's time on the show.We are professionals…teachers, doctors, lawyers, and real estate brokers…we are blue-collar and white-collar…we live in small towns and big cities…we are husbands and wives, mothers and fathers. As you probably know by now, I am blissfully married to my husband S and together we are the parents of three precious children. I play games with my children (including one called Zombie Vacuum–don’t ask!It’s almost more difficult to explain and understand than the nursing relationship I share with S), build snowmen with them in the winter and take them to the park in the spring.Picking up on the awkward ending, one fan posted on Twitter: "Holly had enough lol she just cut the interview short.#This Morning." Another added: "Holly and Phillip's face said it all.....
We just happen to like dressing up as Romulans once a year.” That struck me funny then and it still does now.
Possibly because, within the ANR community, there is a lot of relevance in the book store owner’s statement…the need to keep a secret due to the fear of judgment, criticism, and rejection.
If you practice a lifestyle as extraordinarily out of the ordinary such as ANR, you realize that acceptance can often be very difficult to find because so many people have misconceived notions about “who” these nursing adults are.
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