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"I credit [our therapist] for saving our relationship," the former "Hills" star writes. She admits that a lot of the "Laguna Beach" drama was scripted and orchestrated by the show's producers.
"She opened up our eyes to the other person's perspective and gave us great tools for communication. "There was certainly a good deal to the show that wasn't 'real,' but as kids we got caught up in it anyway," she writes.
“A lot of people are undervalued — they’re seen as not smart or doing it just for the publicity. “I think still to this day I feel judged by people but I think I’ve done a decent job of shaking off whatever feelings I had.”While she acknowledges instant notoriety can “look appealing from the outside” and occasionally some people can make it big, it’s just not the reality (pun intended) for most.
It was kind of scary to see so I kept them very separate so that I didn't go crazy.From the Kardashians to the recently-engaged Ben Higgins, many of today’s biggest stars had their (relatively) humble beginnings on reality TV.NEWS: Kristin Cavallari Dishes Major Laguna Beach Secrets!Kristin Cavallari is opening up about the real reason she called off her first wedding to now-husband Jay Cutler.
"I always go after what I want in life, with men or otherwise, and I never settle. It's just who I've always been," she writes in her new book, "Balancing in Heels." After dating for a year, the couple split up and called off their engagement in July 2011. "At that moment, something wasn't right," Cavallari explains.
“So when all of this started, I went to college anyway. “I don’t think in this day and age you can look at reality TV and consider it to be a lifelong career. You can’t make enough money doing this — unless you’re a Kardashian — to live well for the rest of your life.