How Madison Prewett Mastered the Art of Living Your Best Life After The Bachelor
In an exclusive interview with E! News, Madison Prewett previewed her Made for This Moment book and shared her hopes for women following her journey.
The Bachelorare the same gal pals who remain by her side today."I think it's so important to have people around you that are not only going to hold you accountable, but also that are going to call you higher," she shared. "People who are maybe doing life a little bit better than you are or people who are maybe a few steps ahead of you, who can just push you and make you better and love you well and speak life into you. I think that's so important especially in this day and age that we're living in and we're constantly surrounded by negativity and we're constantly surrounded by comparison and all of these different things."
Stars' Juiciest Tell-AllsWhen fans ask if Madison is still the same girl they know after the show, she's confident her friends will say absolutely yes. She's also extremely grateful to have a group of pals who never advised her to look at the comments from strangers across the country.
"I think my friends were able to keep me sane and keep me humble throughout that time and just remind me not to listen to all of the negative or all of positive because I didn't want my head to be filled with all this praise by other people and for me to think that I was ‘the girl' or to be constantly insecure because I'm always thinking about everyone's bashing me," she said. "I believe that who you surround yourself with matters so much." headtopics.com
For those looking for a juicyBachelortell-all, Madison warns readers that this book likely won't be the one for you. Instead, she hopes her stories will help readers navigate the complex realities of living in an age of social media and confusing standards.
ABC/Maarten de Boer"I don't want to write just aBachelorbook. I don't want to write a book just to write a book," she explained. "If I write anything and if I do anything and if I speak about anything, I want it to be something that adds value to people. I wanted it to be something that they're longing to know. Something that is so much deeper than
Bachelortea and something that actually can transform your life." Read more: E! News »
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