Kerry Katona has opened up about bettering herself even if it means failing along the way.
The Atomic Kitten singer has been through a tough time lately, following the death of her ex George Kay, and she shared a message with fans, insisting: "Everything will be OK in the end."Kerry has been reading a self-help book, called The Key to Living the Law of Attraction: The Secret To Creating the Life of Your Dreams, as she tries to move forward with her life.
Posing for a pic with the book, Kerry told her followers: "Remember you can be and do whatever you want in life, even if you keep failing! Failing is good it just makes so much more worth when you get there! #nevergive up (sic)."
She added: "All tucked up in bed feeling blessed and so grateful. Love reading my book, always wanting to better myself.
"Everything will be OK in the end and if it's not OK then it's not the end."
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Kerry's mum Sue sent her a message of encouragement, she commented: "Well said baby...(night night God bless) love you."
Some of Kerry's fans also sent her supportive messages.
One follower wrote: "Strong lady! Always have a goal in life."
A second commented: "Stay strong Kerry! Thinking of you!"
A third added: "Well said Kerry, keep strong."
The 38-year-old was given the tragic news that her estranged husband George passed away from a reported drug overdose last month.
The mum-of-five has posted a series of motivational messages in recent weeks.
She recently shared a post on social media, which read: "I'm a strong woman. Everything that's hit me in my life, I've dealt with on my own. I've cried myself to sleep.
"I've picked myself back up and wiped my tears. I have grown from things that were meant to break me. I get stronger by the day and I have God to thank for that."
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