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She spent at least three hours a day writing and reminiscing about her journey, from growing up as a little person (or LP, as she writes in the book) in Texas to living out her dream “Finding the time was definitely super difficult, but I feel like telling the stories was even harder,” Jolé says of juggling DWTS, motherhood and writing the book.
Sharing these stories – which include being one of the only LPs in her hometown, the discrimination she faced and her struggles to fit in because of her dwarfism, losing her father after a long battle with alcoholism and revealing her own DUI – was very emotional and sometimes embarrassing for the 37-year-old.
“I didn't really want to mirror my book after anyone else.
And I feel like the one thing I didn't want to do was make my book corny.
In fact, we left a lot of stories out,” Jolé shares with ET in an exclusive interview about the book, joking that she thought fans knew everything about her too. It's not like what a producer may interpret as you,” she explains.
“There are tons and tons of stories that I have not shared with anyone.” While she is used to being very open about her life on television, there’s a big difference with sharing her story in print. “[A book] is one hundred percent your thoughts and it's just there.” EXCLUSIVE: 'Little Women: LA' Star Terra Jole Opens Up About Cancer Scare: 'It's Definitely a Hard Thing'The Dancing With the Stars alum began work on the book while competing on the dancing show.
The assigned intake social worker will conduct an initial phone interview and, if appropriate, schedule a home visit to interview the individual to determine eligibility and specific service needs based on the individual's ability to safely perform certain tasks.
She must have liked my story because right away she wanted to send a film crew out to San Antonio to film my journey,” she writes.
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