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But they’re OK with that, because it makes their show juicy.” As a 17-year-old, I really took that personally.
A lot of that is hard, and even 10 years later, it’s hard to not feel resentful.
” I felt very guilty because of how it affected my family, because we loved our dad.
If you say anything that will get them in trouble, then you’re going to be in huge trouble, and get sued, and all that.
” We’re all so different from each other, we even sing different types of songs, but we have that connection because we understand each other without having to really try to explain ourselves. I think that there’s something about reality TV shows that’s a very interesting, unique experience, and it has its own kind of PTSD that comes with it. Then everyone feels like they know you, and they know what you are, and they know how to treat you, and have certain expectations. Well, Melinda was like, “There’s a therapist who specializes in people who have been on reality TV shows.
I’ve met with him, and you guys should meet with him too.” I’m like, “Oh my goodness! I thought I was weird.” And they’re like, “Nope, we’re all going through this.” That’s so refreshing — to know that we’re not going crazy.
Even though they liked me, they were nice to me, and they wanted me to do well on the show, they were willing to portray me and my dad in a way that made it really difficult for all of my family.
They didn’t really think about how it was going to affect my brothers and sisters. They didn’t think about how it was going to affect my dad’s reputation.