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Whitney Port Says She's Found "Closure" Since Going Through Miscarriage

The Hills: New Beginnings star Whitney Port, 34, is known for being really open and frank about different aspects of her life. This is especially true when she documented her pregnancy and remains true as she documents her journey throughout motherhood. When she endured a miscarriage earlier this year, she made her grief crystal clear every time it was brought up. She brought it up on social media, her podcast called With Whit, and even on The Hills: New Beginnings, too.

Now that some time has passed since her aforementioned miscarriage, Port has revealed that she's recovering quite nicely now. As a matter of fact, she said that she's found "closure" from the miscarriage she suffered. Considering the seriousness of the situation, it's surprising to hear how well she's doing already.

"I live a pretty fast-paced life, and I don’t want to hold onto things that I don’t have any control over because it’s not going to serve me well. It’s just going to affect my happiness every day. So I try not to hold onto this stuff that I really don’t have any control over," Port explained in a recent interview.

via Babyology

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But the reality star and mom of one (two-year-old Sonny with her husband, TV producer Tim Rosenman) admits that she doesn't always have it all together. She may be famous, but she's still just like every other mom out there.

"I have daily stressors, I have insecurities, I have balancing challenges just as any other mom that works does in this day and age. But in terms of the miscarriage, I definitely feel closure and don’t stress about it on a daily basis anymore. I feel like I’ve gone through all the different stages of emotions and talked through all of my different feelings and been able to have closure and move past it because of that," Port added.

While no one wants to go through a miscarriage, seeing just how honest Port has been about hers will surely help others feel better if they've gone through it, too. Here's hoping that Port and her family can continue to work through this tragedy and put it behind them for good eventually.

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