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  1. Ashley Dupré is a Weekly Advice Columnist for The New York Post. You can catch her "Ask Ashley" advice column every Sunday in the Pulse's Meat Market section. Ashley has been a guest on "The View", "The Joy Behar Show", "Issues with Jane Valez-Mitchell" and "Geraldo at Large", as a NY Post Advice Columnist, giving advice on current news hot topics. Ashley was also on "Dr. Phil" giving personal advice to help a woman from making a decision that would change the rest of her life, for the......  Read Full Bio »

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  1. Ashley Dupré is a Weekly Advice Columnist for The New York Post. You can catch her "Ask Ashley" advice column every Sunday in the Pulse's Meat Market section. Ashley has been a guest on "The View", "The Joy Behar Show", "Issues with Jane Valez-Mitchell" and "Geraldo at Large", as a NY Post Advice Columnist, giving advice on current news hot topics. Ashley was also on "Dr. Phil" giving personal advice to help a woman from making a decision that would change the rest of her life, for the worst.

    Ashley has always had dreams of a music career and was aspiring towards that before she found herself front and center in the Elliot Spitzer Political Scandal which made her infamous. Because of her involvement in that and her very public past, her music career dreams were put to a halt because no one took her seriously. As much as Ashley wishes she could take back the mistakes she has made during her teenage years, she understands that she can not exactly expunge the internet. She has learned a lot about responsibility and how the choices you make can alter the way your life plays out. She can now see (with the help of years spent on her therapist's sofa, analyzing why she went left instead of going right) how there were a series of pivotal moments in her life that set her down certain roads, and once you're on those roads you can't turn back. Some of her decisions were good, some bad, but she has a much better understanding as to why she made the decisions she did and she accept them as part of what defines her now.

    Ashley is now contemplating going back to school to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker so she can help kids from making life altering decisions as she once did and counsel not only the kids, but their parents on how to get through to their children and what they are doing wrong on their end. Being that Ashley has a much better understanding of this, having gone through what she did and seeing how her therapist helped her through emotional time periods in her life, this is something that interests Ashley very much because she is passionate about it and emotionally connected to the subject.

    Despite the negativity surrounding her music, Ashley still records and has two songs on iTunes titles "I Feel So Alive Without You" and "Inside Out".

    Ashley continues to stay true to herself and lives her life just like everyone else, with a big hurdle to overcome - Will her mistakes be what defines her for the rest of her life? Or will people allow themselves to get to know her, and see Ashley for the person that she really is, this warm hearted, fun loving, doesn't take herself too seriously, goof ball; Rather than see her for the person that they think she is. Will people forever refer to her as "that girl"? Or will they learn to embrace and fall in love with the person that Ashley is? Watch on "Famous Food" and find out what you really think of Ashley.

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