She called off her wedding because things needed to change.
Although she found herself in a near-perfect relationship, something was off and she found herself skeptical to dive into a marriage if it wasn't 100 percent right for her."I always go after what I want in life, with men or otherwise, and I never settle. It's just who I've always been," she writes, adding, "And at that moment, something wasn't right.
Knowing that she "didn't know how to deal with" or "handle my emotions," the MTV show producers would involve her in upsetting situations so that they would get a genuine, negative reaction from her for the cameras."I was only 17!
I had some anger stored up from my parents' divorce and my new stepfamilies, which the producers saw," she explains.
"They put me in situations where they knew I would react.
I was a fighter back then: When I felt threatened, I acted.
And Kristin Cavallari has now revealed that the cheeky snap was taken at a nude beach in Tulum, where they enjoyed a romantic springtime getaway in March.
One of the most hurtful things they did was pressure Stephen to spend time with another girl from our show, Lauren, while he and I were dating."Even though it provided some grade-A entertainment for TV, it greatly hurt Cavallari. Between the show controlling her life to a point and her parents' split, Cavallari developed trust issues.
producers intentionally put Cavallari in scenes they knew would cause her to react.
"It was easy to go along with made-up situations..keep things interesting, words were dubbed, scenes filmed months apart were shown in the same episode as though they were concurrent, and phone calls were faked (I would literally be on the phone with no one or sometimes with a producer).2.
While might not have been 100 percent real, her relationship with Stephen Colletti was."He was my entire world, and we loved hard and fought hard," she writes, but notes that the MTV show got in the way of their relationship."Surprisingly, the producers had a bigger effect, as they controlled and mapped our lives more than we were aware.