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‘Teen Mom’ star Kailyn Lowry doesn’t want to think about her past

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Teen Mom” star Kailyn Lowry may have gotten married last year, had her second son and bought her first house, but she has been writing a book about her life as well. She has been teasing about what the book is about and it will be about her life prior to going on the show. And she has been hinting about her horrible past. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on March 3, “Teen Mom” star Kailyn Lowry is now speaking out about her new book.

“If I ever gaze at the past, I shudder,” she writes. “I shudder to count how many times I mistakenly thought I was loved. I quiver unpleasantly to recall the person I used to be and how I acted in some of my relationships. Looking back, it’s not surprising that I turned to boys for love so early. I needed appreciation. I needed to feel worthy. Most of all I needed support,” she has revealed about her new book, “Pride Over Pity.”

She has revealed that her past is troubled and painful. In addition, she will be sharing some dark secrets. Kailyn has hinted that the book would contain some “traumatic sexual experiences that have left her deeply scarred,” hinting that there would be themes of “addiction, rape, and being abandoned.”

It will be interesting to see how fans react to such a dark story. Do you think it will inspire other "Teen Mom" stars to write books and open up?

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