Nicole has put others before her own happiness time and again on The Bold and the Beautiful. However, on occasion, she’s been known to look out for number one, much to the chagrin of her family and friends.
While Nicole decided to let Rick (Jacob Young) and Maya raise her birth daughter, Lizzie, the important thing is she explored her options. Do you like an assertive Nicole? Soap Hub posed this question and the answer may surprise you!
Not Without My Daughter
Almost 66% of those tallied feel that Nicole (Reign Edwards) should stand up for herself. This doesn’t mean that you necessarily believe that she needs to take custody of Lizzie.
Nor do you think she needs to get a portrait of herself commissioned and hung over the Forrester fireplace, but it does indicate that Nicole should be more proactive in her own life, going for what she wants.
A good start might be to put the kibosh on Rick and Maya’s idea that Nicole and Zende leave town to work at Forrester International. Unless the show recasts Zende (Rome Flynn has announced his exit from the show), it’s understandable that he’ll take the overseas job offer — but why does Nicole have to go, too?
Hands Off, “Auntie”
A little over 34% of you may not mind if Nicole stands up for herself, but you also feel that a deal’s a deal where Lizzie is concerned and that Nicole needs to back off in this particular instance.
It’s lousy that Nicole may not be able to carry another child to term, but that’s why most surrogates are never first time moms. While the decision to have Nicole give up her first baby is also on Maya and Rick’s shoulders, it’s not fair that Lizzie should have to pay the price for that.
Time will tell if Nicole allows Rick and Maya’s (Karla Mosley) suggestion to affect her life, or if she’ll draw a line in the sand and stay in Los Angeles — even if that means being separated from her husband!
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