BravoCon Wasn’t Just a Chaotic Fan Convention. It Was a Wellness Retreat.

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The Bravo community is not known for being particularly, shall we say, chill.

And yet, BravoCon may change everything. Certainly, fractures are evident, and there is toxicity aplenty. (BCC: Whomever was behind the purchased bots that attacked Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Garcelle Beauvais’ son, Jax, on social media.)

But there is also the opportunity to have meaningful, personal conversations about shows that have a surprising emotional value to fans. It’s a language whose fluency is learned only with commitment, passion, and time.

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