From drug addiction, to spousal abuse, to her suicide attempt, to prison. She’s been through a lot and explains in the book that she’s using these experiences to become a better person.
“I’ve had to learn the hard way,” Amber, 24, tells Life & Style. “You can change and live a better life no matter what your past looks like.”
Amber continues, “I’ve struggled with drug abuse, suicide attempts, and depression. But I’ve found the strength to change myself.”
“With every chapter I wrote, I found that I was learning more and more about myself,” Amber admitted.
She hopes the book will positively influence young fans, “The fact that I’m where I am today truly shows there’s hope and that with determination it’s really never too late to change.”
Asked whether she’ll have daughter Leah read the book in her later years, “That’s completely up to Leah,” Amber says.