teresa giudice to write a second tell all book about life with joe in prison

‘Real Housewives Of New Jersey’: Teresa Giudice To Publish Tell-All About Single Motherhood, Losing Her Mom

Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice is writing another tell-all book about her “darkest times.” The reality star plans to discuss raising her daughters as a single mother while her husband, Joe, serves multiple years in prison and dealing with her mother’s recent death.

Teresa’s second memoir is coming.

Teresa Giudice has written a few books already, but the reality star has more secrets to tell. After releasing her prison tell-all, Turning Tables, the Bravo star announced she is planning on publishing a second memoir, called Standing Strong, due out this fall.

The Real Housewives of New Jersey star announced on Wednesday that writing this “particular book” had been extremely “emotional and personal” for her, saying that she had gone to “depths” that she had “never gone to in previous books.”

Dealing with Joe’s absence.

The 45-year-old reality star will share how she is dealing with her husband serving a three-year prison sentence. Having just got out of prison herself, Teresa has been faced with raising the couple’s four daughters alone.

Joe Giudice will also face deportation to Italy after he serves his prison time on fraud charges.

Will Teresa pack up her family and move to Italy if Joe is deported? It is also possibly that a judge will grant him some mercy after serving his 41-month sentence.

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Mourning her mother’s sudden death.

Teresa will also talk about her beloved mother’s recent death, which was particularly hard for her during this time without her husband by her side.

An insider close to Giudice told Radar Online that the Real Housewives of New Jersey star was completely “crushed” after the shocking loss.

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The mother-of-four discusses how she and her four daughters — Gia, Gabriella, Milania, and Audriana — mourned the death of their mother and grandmother while dealing with Joe’s absence.

Teresa told People that this next book, Standing Strong, is a “natural sequel to Turning Tables, as it chronicles my life after I come home from Danbury [Federal Correctional Institution].”

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Making happy new family memories.

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It is important for Teresa Giudice to maintain a stable environment for her children while her husband is away. She plans to really open up about how she makes things work for her daughters as a single mother.

This second memoir includes some happy memories as well, including spending her 45th birthday with her four daughters, as well as her brother and his family.

Celebrating my Birthday???? with my girls ❤️????

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During a previous interview with People, Giudice said that her daughters were coping with their father being away in prison the best that they could, but it made it a little easier that this was the second time around. Teresa served a one-year prison sentence before Joe.

“I’m sure it wasn’t easy, but a little easier because they went through it with me so they know what to expect. But they miss him tremendously, they always say we miss dad. They miss him. You can feel his absence, our family’s definitely incomplete without him.”

Teresa’s new book is an “attempt to heal,” she confessed during the interview.

What do you think about Teresa Giudice writing another tell-all book? Will you read her next memoir? Let us know in the comments section below.

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