Erika Girardi


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It was incredible. I mean, I did have a breakthrough. I've had a wonderful time. Thank you all so much. It was an incredible
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Apr 18 2017
We found 9 articles in which Erika Girardi said something. The most recent Erika Girardi’s quote is: “I think I should be performing better than I am. I think I'm capable of that. Maybe I'm just holding back. Doesn't feel good. I was broken down and just had to pull it out. There it is. It feels wonderful. It's very scary, obviously, it's a scary moment.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Erika Girardi 22 times. On this page, you will find all of Erika Girardi’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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Mar 22 2017

Don't every bring up killing my child again because my child could get

Mar 21 2017

They both really had a good time on the show. They told me to 'be yourself and have a good time – and don't be

Mar 21 2017

Isn't that nice for them to come out and just be sweet. It was really

Mar 15 2017

I do remember you saying that … and that maybe perhaps that's why she reacts the way she does. It implies that [it's because she's doing pills]. You could say something like, Perhaps that's one of the reasons why that is the way she is.' I don't remember you saying that, but you kind of alluded to

Mar 08 2017

My mother was 18 when I was born. And she was raising me in the best way that she knew possible. She always told me she loved me, always gave me hugs, but she never bulls–-ed me. She never really cut me any breaks. I wasn't allowed to be shy, I wasn't allowed to be a baby. And there were times when I wanted to lean on her and when I wanted her to swoop in and protect me, and it wasn't

Mar 08 2017

My grandmother and I used to speak on the phone for an hour every day about nothing. When those phone calls stopped, that was the hardest. Because I knew she could no longer

Mar 08 2017

My grandmother suffered from Alzheimer's for over a decade. And then she died – almost two years ago. [It's] the most slow, most agonizing, most heinous disease ever. She started forgetting where you are. And then it went down to not being able to write, not being able to walk, not knowing anyone – and the worst of all, losing speech. She suffered. But she is out of pain for

Mar 08 2017

She was somebody that you could to go with any problem and she would listen. She was quick to call you on the carpet – to tell you, Hey that's not right or I don't agree with you on that.' She always gave it to you straight. My mom sometimes was so trusting and so open – and she got hurt a lot. I remember my mother – she was in a purple polo and navy shorts. She was sitting in our den, she was crying. So hurt and so devastated that this man had left her. And I remember in that moment looking at my mother and saying, I'll never be like that. I'll never be that

Mar 08 2017

I think she was raising me how the world was treating her. It was a little bit of impatience and a little bit of being a single mom and a little bit of being

Mar 08 2017

It is nice to still see that her things are still here. Even though they are painful memories, they're still very important to

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