"I am dating, and I am happy," Frankel said on Watch What Happens Live. "I'm good. I feel a little liberation, a little bit of freedom, just a little bit of not feeling so bad."
"It's been a really, really hard time."
Out of respect and love for her daughter, Frankel didn’t go into detail regarding her ongoing legal split, but did refers to it as a "surreal, crazy, insane situation."
Frankel appeared on the program opposite Real Housewives of New York City cast member Ramona Singer and reiterated that she’s “happy, but I have not totally come out on the other side.”
She also said she felt “diluted and shackled” by the structure of Bethenny, concluding of its cancelation:
"I wanted it to get renewed because of how many people are invested in it, because I took pride in it, and I do love doing it. It's great being able to do the business segments, and talk to women. But... it's not what I really should be doing. I didn't love it the way I thought I would."