Clare Crawley Says She Tries to "Rise Above the Negativity" When People "Pass Judgments"
Clare Crawley's world is not always rosy.
The Bachelorette alum took to Instagram on Saturday November 28th to make a refreshingly honest post about the downsides to fame. The Sacramento, California hairdresser also shared how she "went through things".
While Clare didn't reveal specific details about what she was dealing with, she took a moment to reflect that her life is not perfect.
"Hi. It's me, Clare," the reality TV personality began her frank message. "Not Clare, whom you edited on your television or social media seats. But the human with feelings, insecurities, emotions and a normal life like you."
"And just like you, I go through big and small things that we all experience at some point," she continued. "Just like some of you, I can be shy and awkward or even fight my fear as best I can that day. There are good days and bad days."
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Clare said that just because she appeared on television, she was not "exempted" from those days off.
"I will always do my best to rise above the negativity and find the positive, but I am not superhuman," she added. "So if you choose to make judgments without knowing anyone in person or knowing something as small as a small comment, please remember as you do that I'm just trying my best."
This isn't the first time the star has discussed negative comments about her and her relationship with her fiancé Dale Moss.
Clare Crawley, Dale Moss
"I would be lying if I said it's easy because I'm human," the star said in an interview with Good Morning America on November 6th. "The things that people say without knowing the full truth and without seeing exactly how things really happened ... it's just mind blowing ... in a world where there is just so much negativity, hatred and hard things are going on. "
"Love and that kind of thing shouldn't be one of those things," she noted. "Well, it kind of knocks me out."
However, Clare stated that she understood how "hurt people hurt people".
"If you care enough going on my social media, checking out his social media, taking the time to write things down and spreading hatred, it really says what's going on with you internally," she added . "Well, for me, I just want to send you nothing but love."
After Clare finds her special person, Tayshia Adams is the new Bachelorette this season. But only time will tell if she can find Mr. Right.
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