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Open Talk. Collin Gosselin offered a rare glimpse into his dynamic with mum Kate Gosselin - and touched on a possible reconciliation.
During an interview with Entertainment Tonight, published on Monday November 28, the 18-year-old described his childhood relationship with Kate, now 47, as "worse than what you would say the average teenage kid goes through". Parent.
"I've come to the conclusion that everyone has their own agenda, you know?" Colin explained, referring to his views on growing up. "My mother had her own agenda and I don't know exactly what that was. But I was put in a difficult situation and my agenda was to get through this difficult situation.”
Kate and then-husband Jon Gosselin rose to fame in 2004 after giving birth to their sextuplets: Alexis, Collin, Joel, Hannah, Leah and Aaden. (The couple, who tied the knot in 1999, also welcomed twin daughters Mady and Cara two years earlier.)
The former couple originally starred in Discovery Health specials before launching their own series titled Jon & Kate Plus 8 in 2007. Us Weekly broke the news in May 2009 that 45-year-old Jon had allegedly been unfaithful and Kate filed for divorce a month later. The former nurse was then awarded full custody of all eight children. While she later brought Collin into the Fairmont Behavioral Health Institute, he left the institute after turning to his father in 2017. By 2018, Collin and Hannah were both living with Jon.
"I didn't have a relationship with her after I was there," Collin recalled Monday. "Even before I was there, I don't think we had a big relationship, and I think that just tore it down even more."
According to Collin, he didn't mind Jon getting full custody of him, adding: "It didn't really bother me. I mean, it's like I said, it's on her own terms and if she doesn't want to show up, she doesn't have to show up."
The former reality star noted that his family's time on TV may have contributed to their public ups and downs. "I want to think it was because of television and what it does to a family to be in the public eye. I think it tore us apart," he said. "It gave us less time to actually be together as a family [and] more time to be in the public eye."
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When asked about reconciliation with his mother, Collin replied that it was "ideal" for him. "It's unfortunate that we didn't have a relationship," he added. “I think every son wants to have a relationship with his mother. But I am doing very well.”
During his solo interview, Collin also reflected on the lessons he'd learned from his time in the spotlight. “I want to say that we all go through hard things in life. We all get knocked down, we all go through really, really difficult things," he shared. "But don't sit around and grieve and cry about it, address the situation you're in and fix it and get over it. Because resilience is a really important thing.”
He continued, "My only message to everyone, to the world at large, is just to be nice to people. It's really not that hard, you know? Be nice, talk to people, hear other people's stories, just spread kindness.”

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