Kendra Wilkinson Baskett is "naturally gifted" at sharing her secrets.
The 29-year-old beauty - who has children Hank IV, five, and 10-month-old Alijah with husband Hank Baskett - insists chronicling her life on reality shows "feels good" and she has a special talent for being open about her life.
She said: "I'm naturally gifted at sharing my life without feeling guilty. Like one of those people who are naturally gifted at singing or something, I'm willing to share my deepest and darkest secrets and demons with the world, because I believe no one's perfect and I'm here to really prove that.
"There are artists in the music world that write about their struggles. This is my way of putting myself out there and it feels good, just as much as it does to a musician."
Despite her love of appearing on camera now, Kendra initially "hated" the thought of baring her life to the world when she and her fellow Playmates began filming 'The Girls Next Door' when she was just 19 but quickly adjusted and learned the best way to portray herself.
She told RadioTimes online: "When I moved into the [Playboy] mansion I didn't even know what a reality show was. Then we got the offer. I hated the thought of it and I made an executive decision on the first day to be myself. And it worked out.
"There are some reality shows that get scripted - and even that's an art - but this is my life.
"I would never let someone come in and tell me what to film. I would never do that to myself, because then I could never answer your questions."