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" But in the real world, with cameras off, there's no happy ending where all of life's problems are tied up in a neat and tidy bow. It is just a process." And Philipps is here to share each step of the journey.
From her Instagram profile to her upcoming late night talk show, we can’t get enough of Busy Philipps.
Staring straight into camera (having already taken into account her best angles) she speaks straight to her 1.3 million followers to let them know, you guys, that "the best thing to do while grocery shopping is to put headphones in and pretend you're in a music video playing a depressed housewife shopping," or sharing that, really, like anyone else she could use a solid scream-cry. "And I've always loved, like, reality shows and confessionals. "My narrative mostly was, 'Oh yeah, when I was fourteen I lost my virginity to some random seventeen-year-old I was dating in his car,'" she recalled.
And so I sort of at the end of the night was like, 'Well, why don't I just make this my own reality show? And then people started watching it and it became really fun." For those catching Philipps' daily download of her sinus congestion woes and beloved LEKfit trampoline-based workouts it can be easy to feel like you know her, that maybe if you lived on the same coast and ran in the same circles, you could truly be pals, maybe hang out together in hotel rooms and dye Michelle Williams' hair the perfect shade of millennial pink. "But then, at my senior prom, I was in a deep red wine-fueled conversation about losing virginities with a friend's date when he abruptly stopped me and said, 'Dude.
That honor may just belong to Trey, a "fairly dopey-looking" stocky 17-year-old who swept her away from her high school football game when she was 14 and raped her in the back of his SUV. "The truth is, my mother is who you want in your corner when s--t goes down," wrote Philipps.
"The way she put aside any of her own feelings about what was happening and just supported me and loved me was staggering." Her mom was also behind her as she ventured out into Hollywood, convinced that if she could become famous it would make up for all that she had endured in the years before.
"Somebody said to me that writing a memoir is like doing 10 years of therapy in a year, which I found to be true. Combined with her Lip Smackers strawberry lip gloss and a borrowed pair of purple Guess jeans, " myself," she shared. At 15, her feelings for Ben were "all-encompassing," she remembered.
"I went through something that I feel like many, many, many, many, many, many married people go through especially when you are in a household where both people are working and you have children and you have these lives," she says. I think in my teen years I felt like, 'If only I can get to L. and become an actress on TV, then I'll be happy.' Then I was like, 'If only I can meet someone and get married and have children.'...
"I felt just really alone in my marriage and like is this what life is, is this worth it for me? You have to come to terms that you're never gonna get there.
“He had it all drawn up and notarized so it’s legal and he had it framed and hung it on the wall.
So if we’re arguing I can say, ‘Um, excuse me, can I just point out what’s hanging above the mantel!