Tiffany Moon Is Unsure If She'll Return to Real Housewives of Dallas : 'Something's Gonna Have to Give'

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The future of Tiffany Moon on Bravo is in the air for now.
On Monday's episode of PEOPLE Every Day podcast hosted by Janine Rubenstein, the 36-year-old Real Housewives of Dallas star admitted that if asked, she may not return to the hit reality series for a second season as her busy schedule is an anesthetist and mother of two.
"Something should change," says Moon of returning to the show. "I can't do the show if everything is exactly the same as this year. I still work four days a week. My children are a little more demanding now than they were when they were young. Something has to be given. I only have 24 hours a day. "
Moon, who shares 6-year-old twin daughters Chloe and Madison with husband Daniel Moon (she is also the stepmother of Daniel's teenage twins, Nathan and Nicole), stated that she does not "know what will happen to their future" on the show, which will conclude its fifth season in the coming week.
"I haven't even been invited ... I don't know what's going to happen either," she tells PEOPLE. "So I just take it one day at a time. Like the advice I give my medical students and residents, you know, when they're having a bad day, I think, 'you know, one day at a time, one day too a time. 'Sometimes I have to give myself that advice too. "
Tiffany Moon / Instagram Tiffany Moon with her twin daughters Chloe and Madison
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But even if Moon decides to retire from Real Housewives after a season, she still has to deal with the show's upcoming reunion, which the Bravo newbie admits she's particularly concerned.
"I'm nervous just because I've never done it before," she says. "Sounds like it might be a long day. I'm nervous about meeting Andy [Cohen] ... I've never breathed the same air as Andy. I haven't seen the majority of my castmates, or with the majority of them." spoken since we finished filming, which was more than six months ago. Maybe like texting here and there, but not in the same room we're talking in. "
"So yeah," adds Moon, "I'm nervous because I think there is a lot to unzip."
Tommy Garcia / Virginia Sherwood / Jonathan Zizzo / Bravo / NBCU Photo Bank on the cast of the fifth season of Getty Real Housewives of Dallas
Moon's busy life plan has been investigated on RHOD. On one episode, she was afraid to tell her mother, Grace Sun, that she would cut hours in the hospital to have more time for her family - which, surprisingly, went down well with Sun.
"She was incredibly supportive and has been very supportive to this day," says Moon of her mother. "In a way, it confirms to me, 'Oh my god, did I finally cross the finish line to please my mom?' ""
This sense of achievement may be because her mother has never seen her on the show. "I'm pretty sure she doesn't have a Bravo, or if so, she doesn't know how to access it because she only sees the main news channels on her watch," says Moon. "She knows that she shouldn't come on Bravo or TikTok. She has already promised me."
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Outside of the show, Moon, like many Asian American stars, is using her voice and social media to support the AAPI community while anti-Asian attacks continue to rise in the US, including the deadly spa shoot in Atlanta last month.
"I would just tell anyone out there who would like to be our ally, please do some research on the matter," says Moon. "If you have a platform and would like to use your voice to make the topic better known, please do so. Because the more people know about something and understand it and are informed about it, the more we as a society can move the needle. "
The Real Housewives of Dallas airs Tuesdays (9:00 p.m. ET) on Bravo.
For more information, check out Moon's Interview on PEOPLE Every Day now airing on iHeartMedia, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or anywhere you listen to your podcasts.
To learn more and to report crimes, go to: Asian Americans Advancing Justice, Stop the AAPI Hate, National Council of Asia Pacific Americans, Asian Americans Advancing Justice-LA, and Asian Pacific Policy & Planning Council.
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