Anything negative, I have to let go because it's too toxic for me.

I have no shame.

During my grandma's funeral, I looked over once and saw my mom crying, and I felt so bad for her.

I never, ever see myself as a celebrity or famous.

There's not one minute of my life that hasn't been documented. How do I feel about that? I would feel extremely bad about not having it on camera. That's how natural it is to me.

I work very hard... I love to show what I work so hard to do.

I'm very aware of how quickly my career could end.

I'm used to the public knowing me, knowing about me.

Nobody's gonna be a perfect parent, you know? We're all doing the best we can.

I'm very fun; I like to have fun, and I don't like to take life too serious, so of course everybody saw me as the outgoing fun one and the crazy one.

I have no talent. I have nothing to offer.

There are curveballs that are thrown at you, and you just have to get over it and forgive... if you believe you're perfect, and you don't believe in forgiveness, you're not meant to be married.

They're always saying that tragedy brings family closer, but unfortunately, sometimes it doesn't work like that.

I have nothing to hide.

I do not. I don't bet.

I love being a comfortable person, but I'm very open. I'm not ashamed of myself and my beliefs.

You can't get more glamorous than you are on 'Dancing with the Stars.'

I have so much to offer and so much love and emotion to show.

I quit 'Splash!' because I couldn't dive off a 3 m. board.

The thing that what we're taught in the public school system is everything you should know, I disagree with that. The most brilliant people in the world were dropouts - not that I'm pro-dropping out.

I want to raise my kid different from me.

I don't want to be linked to anything negative. I don't want negative energy. I want everything positive around me.

Flossin' is a term like when you're 'fly.' It's like, 'I floss. I walk around with my head up; no one can touch me.'

I am a complete wuss.

The best date would have to be at a sporting event - it will show the guy what type of girl she is.

While I didn't have a father around, I did have - and what I want my children to both experience - the ability to explore, experiment and enjoy life as a kid.

I learned to cook because I want to know about the food and the ingredients going into my family's bodies.

I would get my laugh insured! Because my laugh is very important: it's a million dollar laugh, so if my vocal chords make my laugh any different, then I'm going to have to get insured.

I don't want to scar people with my baby flab. I have this extra skin that's hanging. I'm in shape, but my skin, from having a baby, is not cute, hanging off of my baby.

I've only fallen in love once, and once was enough for me, but that doesn't mean my eyes won't wander, and it doesn't mean I won't flirt!

When I was pregnant with Alijah, little Hank would have all these questions. Where do babies come from? So I was open with him.

In my heart, I will always love Hef and Playboy.

I deserve a mom.

Being a reality star is very chaotic: it's a very dramatic job to do. I always 24/7 have to be on and ready for any type of criticism at all times.

When I was a teenager, I battled some severe depression.

I don't see any harm with coming out and talking about your life and talking about problems and talking about things that happened when you're past certain situations.

I've done everything I can in my life to be the best person I can be, and I can look in the mirror and say that.

I get to teach my daughter what I've learned. I don't want her to feel she has to be a certain way to impress society. If she wants to spit or go play some ball, I'll be so proud, because that's who I am, and that's a real person.

Open relationships aren't for me.

When my grandma passed away, the one person I prayed for was my mom. I just hope that she finds peace. I hope she believes in a loving life.

I believe we all grow because we share our experiences and our problems. We all have our intimate times. Why not share them?

I have had a lifetime love affair with all types of dance. Pole dancing was always just for fun until we had a pole installed at 'The Girls Next Door' house, then we started taking it a bit more seriously and got into using it for exercise.

Before, back in the '50s, women didn't have as many rights as men, so they had to be that stay-at-home wife and take care of the kids all day. But now, with marriage, it's a partnership. It's not like this old traditional marriage that it once was.

The path that I chose was simple - it was the exact path I should've taken, and I have no regrets at all.

I moved into the Playboy Mansion at 18 years old.

I'm a softball player. I'm a soccer player. I played tennis every day. I love being outside.

All I wanted was for my mom to say, 'I love you, and I'm here for you.' I never got that.

My pregnancy was a free for all. I had no boundaries. I just ate, ate, ate. I just said, 'This is my time, these are my nine months; I can just have fun. How big can I really get?' Sixty pounds! I gained 60 pounds!

When I do see a picture of myself that has been touched up too much, I do get a bit sad... it makes me look like a hypocrite. It breaks my heart. I would rather shoot a magazine and shoot my flaws, but that's not up to me.