Monday, July 15, 2024

EXCLUSIVE: Gypsy Rose Blanchard’s Past Has A Deep Influence on Her Perception of Relationships


Gypsy Rose and Ryan Anderson started a brand new chapter in their lives just a few months ago. Rose Blanchard, finally free, got the chance to experience love, marriage, and a super happy life.

But her happiness didn’t last long. Even though they were married for two years while Gypsy was in jail, their relationship didn’t make her happy. 

When she got released from prison, Anderson was there to welcome her back to the real world, and they started their journey together.

But recently, they made the tough decision to end their marriage, saying that it just wasn’t working out.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard’s life has been totally out of the ordinary. She went through years of abuse from her mom, Dee Dee Blanchard, who had Munchausen syndrome by proxy. 

And then, she had to deal with all the attention and judgment after being involved in her mom’s murder. 

All these experiences have made Gypsy who she is today, with a lot of complicated feelings, reports. 

Now that she’s married/divorced to Ryan Anderson, it’s important to understand the psychological stuff and the special obstacles she’s dealing with. 

Jenny Flora Wells, a holistic therapist, shared her perspective on the complex dynamics of Gypsy Rose Blanchard’s life and relationships.

The Roots of Codependency

Gypsy’s history is filled with codependency, a behavior she picked up from her mother. Codependency includes unhealthy characteristics where people get tangled up, sharing the blame for bad actions. 

Since she was young, Gypsy was used to this pattern, which made it hard for her to build positive relationships with others. 

According to Wells, “Codependent individuals split the responsibility of the unhealthy behavior, and their overall wellbeing rests on the behavior of the individual who is primarily struggling.” 

“This codependent relationship was modeled for Gypsy as a young child, and she hasn’t known any different when it comes to her connection with others.” the holistic therapist finished. 

This past probably affects how she sees relationships, causing her to link being alone or living independently with risk and unpredictability.

“In Gypsy’s mind, it is likely that she connects being “single” or “living alone” with danger or uncertainty. As humans, we are accustomed to the patterns that are common in our lives, and when things deviate from that exponentially, it can be scary.” Jenny Flora Wells added. 

And she finished by saying “Gypsy is also used to being in the public eye. From Dee Dee bringing her health issues to social media, her arrest, and again in 2024 as she reacclimates to society.”

Gypsy and Ryan

Challenges in the public eye

Gypsy and Ryan Anderson’s marriage is made even more complex by the relentless media attention she receives.

As Flora Wells put it, their every move is scrutinized by the public, which can provoke their instinctual reactions of fight, flight, or freeze on a regular basis. 

This ongoing struggle for survival can result in a dysregulated nervous system, leading to heightened levels of stress, anger, frustration, and sadness. 

The constant lack of privacy and overwhelming media presence has put a serious strain on Gypsy and Ryan’s relationship.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard and Ryan Anderson probably faced unique challenges in their marriage because of Gypsy’s extensive trauma and the constant media scrutiny. 

Gypsy, who is still on her healing journey, was thrown back into a society that was eager to know every detail of her life, turning their relationship into a spectacle. 

This intense public attention can worsen emotional wounds, leaving little room for personal growth and healing in private.

“In the lives of Gypsy Rose and Ryan Anderson, a relationship that is in the public eye, their fight, flight, and freeze response are being triggered on a daily basis, due to the immense lack of privacy in their lives,” said Flora Wells. 

Ryan Anderson and Gypsy Rose Blanchard 

Jenny further added that, “When we are constantly in a survival state, our nervous systems become highly dysregulated. We experience more stress, anger, frustration, and sadness, which for most people, then overflow into our relationships.” 

The Role of Support Systems

Gypsy, like many others, needs a strong support system to recover from a divorce and move forward. 

Family, friends, and therapy all play important roles in this process. Trauma therapy is especially helpful in addressing deep-rooted issues, while personal practices like yoga, journaling, and regular walks bring stability and peace. 

Creating a tight-knit community around Gypsy is crucial for her healing journey and can bring positive changes to her life, further added Flora Wells. 

Elsa Gecaj
Elsa Gecaj
Elsa is a Gossip Columnist at TheyGossip news. She holds a Master's Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Pristina, specializing in investigative journalism, infotainment, and fact-checking. She’s a reporter who enjoys covering about intimate relationship, celebrity news, and entertainment news. Besides her passion for journalism, she enjoys practicing yoga, singing along to her favorite songs, and painting landscapes. contact:

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