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Shannen Doherty on her new book and Hallmark movie

By Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith

HollywoodNews.com: Shannen Doherty says she shares “a lot of very personal stuff that I haven’t ever talked about before” in her November release book “Badass: A Hard-Earned Guide to Living Life with Style and (the Right) Attitude.” Don’t expect any of that sharing to lead to conciliatory talks with ex-friends or boyfriends.

“I don’t have any hatchets to bury. There’s no one for me to apologize to,” says the actress, who caused lots of tabloid page turning during her “Beverly Hills, 90210” and “Charmed” days. She goes on, “If someone dislikes me, that’s their issue. It has nothing to do with me. That’s what the book is about — why sit there and worry about someone who’s got an issue with you personally? As long as you know you didn’t do anything wrong, as long as you’ve held yourself to a certain standard, then just keep on going forward through your life.”

The actress, who stars in the Hallmark Channel’s charming “Growing the Big One” romantic comedy this Saturday (10/23), also lets us know, “You can’t take on anybody else problems; you have to deal with your own problems. You have to be strong within yourself.”

One of the chapters is titled “How to Turn Around a Bad Reputation.” So, how does one do that?

To read more go to BeckSmithHollywood.com.

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