The representative of the reality TV star, Chris Giovanni, gave an update on how she has been doing since she served her judgment behind bars for her role in a bluff and telemarketing scheme.

Jen Shah, 49, is feeling “healthy” after completing mandatory anger management classes in cage, according to her spokesperson. The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star began her 78-month judgment for her role in a bluff and telemarketing scheme in February. and apparently finished classes with a positive attitude. “Through journaling, homework, audio classes and weekly two-hour group sessions/classes, I learned more about what anger is, where it comes from and healthy ways to react and react that are safe and helpful,” Jen shared with People through her representative Chris Giovanni.

“I learned that you can have the same activation event, but get a different result with the tools that we have learned and implemented every week,” she added about the rational self-analysis technique. She also revealed that during the classes she focused on “difficult and unnecessary beliefs”, which helped her to feel “healthy” and hopes to use the lessons she learned in the future.

“In retrospect, I could have applied that to RHOSLC,” she admitted. “Even when the course is over, I will carry my RSA worksheet with me in matter I have a conflict here. At the end of the day, I can’t control what other people are going to do, but I can control how I react and react with the tools I learned in class… #ZenJen .”

Jen’s latest testimony comes after she reported to federal cage camp Bryan after pleading guilty to bluff in July. In March, she took to Instagram to share a diary entry she had written during her first few weeks in cage.”Kashana, whose nickname is Special K, also visited with me yesterday,” she wrote. “We kind of held the first whole day together when we both came in surpriseed, stunned and scared, trying to figure out where we were going from here.”

She also wrote about how difficult it was to part with her husband Sharrieff Sr., 52, and his sons Sharrieff Jr., 28, and Omar, 19, be separated. “I cried silently last night while I was sitting on my upper bunk bed, pretending that I was falling asleep while reading a book, but in reality my chest ached as if my heart had broken into a Million pieces,” she wrote. “I was alone in the dark with the thought of having to say goodbye to my family – to my sweet husband and my boys.”

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