Kendra Wilkinson is well-known for being unfiltered, and in a new interview with E! she's opening up about her recent experience on the reality TV series Marriage Boot Camp: Family Edition.
She explained that she went on the show due to the strained relationship she had with her mother, saying, "I just decided to go in there and stick it through because I really closed the door on my mom. I was prepared to go through it and not say one word to her. That doesn't really work out that way."
The 31-year-old also said, "It's so easy to look around and see the cameras and be like, 'This is a TV show, a train wreck TV show that I'm a part of. This ain't therapy,' and then it proves you wrong. You're forced to believe in it. You're forced to give because you're so drained. If you're here just do it."
The former Girls Next Door star also said that she would have loved more time on the Boot Camp, saying, "The hardest part is knowing you only have two weeks to get what you need back. To get closure in your life."
Finally, Kendra encouraged viewers to not be afraid of confronting their issues. "Bring up the most painful thing you've ever experienced just pick it apart and experiment how to forgive it. You can inspire yourself," she said.
In addition to talking about her personal life, Kendra also played "What Would Kendra Do," where she answered questions like, "What would you do if your kids came home covered in tattoos?" and "What would you do if you found your son in bed with a girl?".