(Republicaninformer.com)- Hollywood star Pamela Anderson said that going through her life’s archives for her upcoming book has been therapeutic and given her the strength to realize that she was a survivor.
According to reports, the 55-year-old Canadian actress and model wrote on Instagram that she put all of her heart into her upcoming memoir, “Love, Pamela,” which will be released on January 31st.
Anderson said that most people’s lives are either undocumented or, worse, unlived. Going through the archives is very therapeutic.
She said it was almost like she lived her life to write about it.
She may be very disappointed when she realizes most people won’t feel like they ‘lived their lives’ so they can read her book.
In a previous interview with paper media, the former Playboy Bunny described her memoir as a raw, unpolished attempt that gives a very personal true account of her life, from the first memory to the last.
She explained that the book contains all her feelings about her life. There is no ‘Woe is me,’ even though there have been difficult times. After overcoming her obstacles, she had to learn to love herself with grace, dignity, humor, acceptance, and forgiveness.
The “Barb Wire” actress said that writing this book felt like a miracle when she announced that pre-orders for it had begun in October.
Anderson stated in her social media post that retracing the complicated steps of her youth felt miraculous. She meticulously recreated scenes, whether from her youth or the Playboy mansion.
Just one girl’s messy life. A celebration of flaws. Her life, including my roles as a mother, an activist, and an actress. I’m so pleased with this book.
She then claimed the book was a rough effort that she wrote alone.
Anderson has wed well-known celebrities. Kid Rock, Tommy Lee, Jon Peters, Dan Hayhurst, and Rick Salomon, whom she married twice. Lee and Anderson have two sons.
That’s a lot of love, Pamela.