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Kristen Doute Says Writing Her New Book Was The 'Most Rewarding And Therapeutic' Experience

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By Lindsay Cronin

"Vanderpump Rules" star Kristen Doute believes she has never been more vulnerable than when she was writing her new book, "He's Making You Crazy: How to Get the Guy, Get Even, and Get Over It."

During an interview with People magazine on June 3, the "Vanderpump Rules" cast member opened up about the rewarding experience of writing a book and having it published alongside her co-writer, Michele Alexander, who also wrote the highly successful "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days."

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Kristen Doute Was Forced To Really Think About Her Triumphs And Failures

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"It was hands down the most rewarding and therapeutic thing I've ever done, most vulnerable, including being on 'Vanderpump Rules,'" Kristen explained to the magazine. "Because I was really forced to sit down and dissect all of these relationships and kind of figure out 'what did I get out of each thing' as we went along with these stories."

According to Kristen, she went into the writing process asking herself the question, "What did I gain positively and sort of bring on negatively into my life that I brought into the next relationship?"

Kristen Doute Explains Why She Believes Women Have Been Tagged As 'Crazy'

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"I think every woman can really relate to this," Kristen continued of her memoir. "We've always had that one guy or multiple guys who have said we're crazy, or our ex-boyfriends telling his new girlfriend that his ex-girlfriend was crazy. But why were we crazy?"

According to Kristen, women have often become crazy because of the men they've involved themselves with.

"We were emotional, because we loved too hard, we loved too quickly, we were just feeling our feelings and speaking our mind, and then that made us crazy," she explained.

Kristen Doute Doesn't Believe 'Crazy' Is Always A Bad Thing

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"So rather than continuing this pedestal sort of 'crazy Kristen' that was put on per 'Vanderpump Rules,' and rather than that having a negative connotation, Michelle and I were like, well, wait a minute. If all women are crazy, this can't be a bad thing. So let's take this word back and sort of explain — of course, facetiously, we are very self-deprecating in the book — about the kinds of the mistakes that I made, but also what part did he have in it? Rather than the woman, it just being all of her fault all the time," Kristen shared.

Kristen Doute's Book Is Available Now

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After teasing the publication for the past several months, Kristen finally released her memoir to her fans and followers earlier this week and today, those who want to purchase the book and read it and full can do so by ordering it online or purchasing it from a local retailer.

To see more of Kristen and her co-stars, don't miss the currently airing three-part "Vanderpump Rules" season eight reunion special, which will continue next Tuesday, June 9, with part two at 9 p.m. on Bravo.

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