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"You know what? I have no desire to. I turned the page. I love being happy. I love living drama-free. My kids are happy. I’m able to enjoy life ... It had a physical effect on me. It makes you sick sometimes because it’s a lot to deal with. Any woman that does reality, they should be congratulated and praised because, honey, it’s a lot to it and people don’t really understand until they have done it. God delivered me. When he sets you free, you can’t go back."

-- Phaedra Parks makes it clear that returning to The Real Housewives of Atlanta isn't in her plan. She was fired after season nine for spreading a rumor that fellow castmate Kandi Burruss and her husband, Todd Tucker, wanted to drug Georgia peach Porsha Williams in order to take sexual advantage of her. Williams, who was besties with Parks, seemed to believe the rumor and even accused Burruss, which also spread the rumor. However, Williams retained her job as a cast member of RHOA for season 10. Parks isn't in need of a vocation because she has many jobs: Wilhelmina model, mortician, attorney, mom, daughter, sometimes preacher, and activist.