'Bachelorette' Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary

Trista Sutter offers advice to young reality stars and talks about her new book, "Happily Ever After."
3:00 | 12/02/13

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moment. Ten years ago, ryan sutter proposed to trista renn. Remember it. It was quite a wedding. Take a look. By the authority vested in me by the state of california, i now pronounce you husband and wife. Will you please kiss your pride? I remember. They now have two beautiful children. Live happily in colorado. Trista has just written a beautiful new book. Happily ever after, the life-changing power of a grateful heart. So good to see you again. Thank you, you, too. I saw you two years ago. You and ripe, living happily ever after. Tell us about your lives. It's about our kids. Maxwell and blakesly. All about the colorado lifestyle. Being active. Celebrating family. Being together as push as possible. Ryan is still a firefighter at the vail fire department. But I'm a stay at home and work mom. I follow you on twitter. And same. Tell people. Because you're living with a grateful heart. You're talking about how grateful you are. There's something row do at the end of each day that you share online. Yeah, I started my -- I tweet my hash tag faith part of day or parts of day every day. It's a way for me to reflect on the positives, the little things that happened throughout the day. To end the day on a positive note and to know that the next day, I need the be aware of the good things. The little things that are happening. I think that gratitude is so important. I mean, you know. We have talked about this. I feel like when you're in the rough patches of your life, it's helped me to lift me up in the hard times. And when you're in the high times, it keeps you grounded. Yes, it has stores from my life. But it's stories from others, ryan, my friend and family, strangers. jenny McCarthy allowed me to share a story. Also happily ever actions. Tell people about that. I love that. It's about being active about putting it into action. Not just saying these things but doing things. Actions. Right. My first chapter is called a conscious choice. I think you need to actively choose optimism to live a petter life. My happily every options are things you can take from every chapter. Whether it's being a parent or your relationship with your partner, extended family, friends. One of my favorite tips is appreciation jars. If you want to give to a teacher, for example, for christmas. Putting a little note from each of the students about what you appriate about them and keeping them in the jar, giving it to the teacher at the end of the year. So, any way, little tips throughout the book about how you can incorporate. And you have talked about the highs and the lows and how to do that. We asked people their questions. The number one question, we saw you get married on television. We have seen this reality series. And you're not the norm. You're the exception. And people want to know what made it -- why was it different with you and ryan. When others have not been able to have that ever lasting love? I think it's interesting. I can't speak to the other relationships. I think if you compare the bachelor and bachelorette to real world, it's probably not that different in how many relgs ships do you go through before you find the one that you want to spend the rest of your life with. We just lucky or personally, i think that someone was watching out for me, that we just had all the components. Trust, honest ty, respect, love, commitment, friendship, humor. The timing was right for both of you. To see you and your beautiful children when I was out there. Are we seeing the vow renewal? Actually, yes. We'll be renewing the vows on abc. They're doing four speshls. They're calling it juan-uary because juan pablo is the next bachelor. It's a lovely read. Thank you. So nglad you're doing well. Coming up, speaking of happy.

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