The Real Housewives of New Jersey mom dropped her son off at college in August.
Dec 26, 2017 • 2:32 PM ET
Siggy shares the impact one chance meeting had on her health.
November 15, 2017 • 9:22 PM ET
Call me crazy and unhinged all you want, but I would rather be me than calculated, condescending, and dishonest."
November 8, 2017 • 6:15 PM ET
Siggy thinks Melissa Gorga had a chip on her shoulder the second she arrived at her home.
November 1, 2017 • 5:03 PM ET
The only way to win with a toxic person is to not play their game," says Siggy concerning the tension between her and Margaret.
October 23, 2017 10:51 AM ET
Is it Tomayto or Tomahto
( To - May - To or To - Mah - To)
October 24, 2017 • 10:16 PM ET
"Earlier I told you what I am. Let me tell you what I'm NOT. I'm not a backstabber."
October 4, 2017 • 10:16 PM ET
To all my wonderful friends & fans who have been private messaging me about the bullshit that has been circling around the internet. Thank you for all your love & support. If I could find a way to meet each and everyone of you in person, then I would & then there would be no doubt in anyone’s mind that Siggy Flicker is the REAL DEAL! There is nothing phony about me except for a few body parts! That’s it!
I need you to listen and listen closely. When people ask me why there are evil people in the world, the answer is simple … I believe God made all types of people so we can differentiate between the good and the bad; otherwise, how would we know the difference? Not everyone can be “good” and most of us really strive to be better people.
Not everyone is going to understand my journey, and that’s fine. It’s not anyone else’s journey to make sense of – it’s MINE. I’ve had so many people asking me whose side I am on in this ongoing battle between Jacqueline and Teresa. The answer is simple: I’m on TEAM SIGGY!
Have you ever heard the saying “You get more bees with honey than you do with vinegar”? That’s exactly what comes to mind after watching this season’s RHONJ finale. I consider all of these ladies to be my friends, and I wanted nothing more than to see them all work through their differences. I am entitled to my opinions, and only want the best for all of them.
Have you ever heard the saying “You get more bees with honey than you do with vinegar”? That’s exactly what comes to mind after watching this season’s RHONJ finale. I consider all of these ladies to be my friends, and I wanted nothing more than to see them all work through their differences. I am entitled to my opinions, and only want the best for all of them. Why do I care so much? 3 reasons:
This episode of the RHONJ for me was all about women empowering each other!!! Nothing drives me crazier than when women feel like they need to compete with other women. Listen to me: STRONG WOMEN don’t tear each other down – they BUILD EACH OTHER UP!!!! I’m so happy to support the ladies in my life that I hold dear to my heart – their happiness brings me happiness.
There are two types of women in this world: women who purchase something fabulous and keep the details to themselves, and women who want to tell you exactly where they bought it and for how much. I am unapologetically that girl who will lead you to the goods.
Some viewers have felt for me – others have questioned my sanity – either way, there’s no denying I’ve cried enough tears so far during this season of the RHONJ to form a Flicker River. You may have noticed I’m an emotional person, but do you know why I’m so emotional? I’m ready now to fill you in.
Holy sh**, my head is still spinning from that trip! Just when you thought everything was calm in Jersey, we cross a couple state borders and … BAM! First of all, let me make it clear that my idea of a “vacation” doesn’t involve snow or even an ounce of drama, so aside from a few special moments in beautiful Vermont, this whole experience pretty much falls under the umbrella of “trip from HELL” for me.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again … TIMING IS EVERYTHING!!! This applies to a lot of the relationship turmoil that’s happening during this season of the RHONJ. I’m so happy to offer my relationship expertise to anyone who’s willing to listen, but unfortunately, I’m not a magician! Ideally, I’d love to see everyone back together as one big happy family.
I finally had a chance to sit down with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live, and I had the BEST time! I also really enjoyed chatting with Caroline Manzo; she’s my kind of woman – she’s no-B.S. and she’s not afraid to call things as she sees them. I loved that we didn’t necessarily agree on everything we talked about, but we respected each other’s opinions. One thing we absolutely can agree on – we’re both great moms!
There’s no denying that what you see is what you get with Siggy Flicker. During the Six Day War, my mother went into labor with me in a BOMB SHELTER in Israel. From the very beginning of my life, everything I do, I do in a BIG way! Big mouth. Big dreams. Big heart.
Did this week’s episode of the RHONJ go as you thought it would? I have to admit that I was a little nervous myself about what to expect during our little getaway to Crystal Springs. Jacqueline and I calmed each other’s nerves by acting like a bunch of teenagers during our drive. We snacked on Cracker Jacks (did you like Jacqueline’s teeth?) and we had a Bazooka Bubble Gum contest to see how much gum we could shove in our mouths.
Michael and I just returned from dropping his daughter, Olivia, off at college. We got her all set up for her freshman year of college, and I must say, it felt so good to feel needed and do what I do best: be a Mom. As you can tell from recent episodes, I’m really having a hard time adjusting to my kids growing up and not needing me as much anymore. This year was the first year I didn’t go back-to-school shopping with Joshua; he wanted to go with his friends. Ugh!
Missing Italy, but it feels so good to be back in Jersey! Michael and I are settled back into our daily lives, feeling refreshed and renewed, and my Sophie came home from camp this weekend – despite the crazy heat and humidity we’ve been experiencing in the Garden State, LIFE IS GOOD!
Michael and I are still enjoying our delayed honeymoon in Italy and I’m in heaven! Is there a Real Housewives of Italy? If so, SIGN ME UP! I’m never coming home. Just teasing — of course I’m coming home to Jersey!!! Although Italy is PURE BLISS, I miss my kids way too much. Joshua and Sophie are my WORLD. No matter what’s going on in my life, my kids will always trump everything else. I love them so much; I’m OBSESSED with them.
Michael and I are FINALLY enjoying a honeymoon after four years of marriage! I couldn’t think of a better place to take a break from all of the craziness and celebrate “us”! We have so much to reflect on and be grateful for. Sitting here in Italy, thinking back to our lives four years ago, I never would have imagined we would be where we are today.