Bonnie Chapman recently opened up on Twitter about her “anxiety” when returning to Hawaii, in which she will do “anything not to return.”
Social media has become an avenue for individuals to express their feelings and share their thoughts, and Duane “Dog” Chapman’s daughter, Bonnie, learned to utilize this and unmask herself online. From her depression to the announcement of her sexuality -- she tells it all.
“Everyone I know is so excited to go back to the islands, meanwhile I’ll do anything not to return.”
“Traffic, too many people and I just had overwhelming anxiety there.”
Avoiding factors that may trigger anxiety is an excellent choice for someone aware of how they feel towards certain situations. Moreover, the past few months may have been getting more difficult for the Chapman’s after Beth’s cancer diagnosis.
Although the Chapman family tries to be as normal as can be, as per Beth’s request, it is still difficult to turn a blind eye to a life-threatening situation. However, the reality family is still set for their upcoming show “Dog’s Most Wanted.”
“My wife, the love of my life, is fighting for her life,” the family patriarch said in the trailer. “Instead of being at home helping her, I’m out here looking for you. So, I’m warning you in advance: May God have mercy on you when I get you. Cause I won’t.”
While Duane is slowly coming to terms with his wife’s ailment, Bonnie remains in a difficult position. The 20-year-old is the last child of Duane and Beth. She made an appearance in “Dog the Bounty Hunter” and “Dog and Beth: On the Hunt.”
She is the only Chapman living on her own in Denver where she is attending college. However, despite her distance from her family, she never showed a lousy relationship with her parents.