Clare Crawley Says Her ‘Bachelorette Party’ Season Didn’t Go As She Hoped

Clare Crawley had high hopes for her season of High school. During an Instagram interview with Powerful girl, a non-profit organization that works to give young women the tools to build a strong sense of themselves, the 40-year-old reality star spoke about what made her want to be the star of the franchise and what it prevented her season from unfolding like her. I expected.

“That was something that made me want to do High school Initially, it was to be able to show the imperfections of who we are, not in a negative way, but the general imperfections of who we are and to be loved and to love ourselves regardless of that, “he said. Set these standards for our heart regardless of that. I wanted the perfect fairy tale to be imperfect human beings and still be loved for it. “

However, Crawley said her season “didn’t turn out that way,” which she thought was the case due to her editing.

“Specially in High school, you see a flash of an edited TV show, “he said.” So it didn’t come out that way and it wasn’t edited that way, but that’s okay. “

While Crawley said he loves to “show the sides” of who he is, he didn’t think he’d be able to do that while on the show.

“All my friends always say, ‘I wish the audience would see what kind of person you are and how nerdy and dumb you are in our everyday lives,'” he said, before encouraging the girls who were staring at “You do?” Be your weird, funny, weird self. “

Crawley’s season of High school It was dramatic and emotional, as he ended the show early to be with Dale Moss. She was criticized for walking away early and disappointing the remaining men, even after Moss asked the question and Tayshia Adams took over as single.

Crawley and Moss separated five months after getting engaged. However, they have since been spotted on PDA-filled dates and reportedly spent Crawley’s 40th birthday together last month.

“The internet is full of a lot of hate right now and a lot of negativity,” Crawley said, before sharing how she keeps online hate from bothering her.

“It’s easy to have that negative self-talk when people are [saying], ‘You should be doing this. You should be doing that, ‘and expressing your opinions on what you should and shouldn’t do or shouldn’t have done in the past. [out there]”, He said.” I remind myself … that whether someone else does something or if it is right for them, I have to honor myself and my truth by doing what is best for me. “

“That’s using my voice and talking to myself saying, ‘I don’t care even if no one agrees with what I do or say. It’s the best for me,'” she continued. “That builds my self esteem and my self esteem in my heart.”

Despite her challenges Bachelorette party From experience, Crawley said her favorite aspect of her personality is always being “open to being vulnerable.”

“I refuse to shut down. I love sharing and being open. Sometimes I think, ‘Did I say too much? Did I say this? Did I say that?’ I’d rather that than shut down and hold back, “he said. “I love being a vulnerable person. I will cry and I will not be afraid to cry. If I am angry, you will know it. I love to share vulnerability.”

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