Amanda Stanton is moving on from her failed relationships with "Bachelor in Paradise" co-stars Josh Murray and Robby Hayes. In fact, the 27-year-old actress has been keeping herself busy trying to complete a memoir she started writing last year.

Although she has gone through a lot in the past year, the mother of two has remained optimistic and wished to apply this approach in her book. She proudly added that not even her relationship drama has affected her positive outlook in life.

Here's what to expect from Stanton's upcoming book

When asked if she will talk about her ex-boyfriends in her memoir, Amanda Stanton revealed that she will deal with "a little bit" of her past relationships but clarified that the biography will not revolve around this topic.

She also reassured that she will focus on the positive things that happened to her rather than look back at unfortunate experiences.

"At the end of the day, my book is going to be more positive than some tell-all trashing people," she told Entertainment Tonight. "It feels good sometimes to stick up for yourself, so I'm learning how to do it, even though it's hard for me."

After trying and failing to find true love in reality dating programs, Amanda Stanton guaranteed that she is "really done" with these shows. Right now, the actress is looking forward to date a "normal guy" and to lead a "normal life" with him.

Amanda Stanton, however, is doubtful that she will ever find the right man to marry and start a family with on the reality dating franchise.

She went on to express her admiration for Lauren Bushnell's new found love in Devin Antin after she called it quits with "Bachelor" co-star Ben Higgins.

The actress said she is in favor and happy that her close friend is dating a guy who is not part of the "Bachelor" franchise. Amanda Stanton was also honest when she admitted that she is currently looking for someone who is ready to settle down and will give her a normal life.

What went wrong between Stanton and Hayes

Her last relationship with Robby Hays, unfortunately, ended after he was entangled in cheating rumors. Amanda Stanton initially insisted that all was well between them before she reversed her statement and implied that her ex-boyfriend actually cheated on her.

In a tweet she posted after the finale, the female "Bachelor in Paradise" outcast attacked her former lover and uploaded his controversial photo where he was seemingly making out with another woman at a Zac Brown Band concert.

Her online tirade came after Robby Hayes denied that he cheated on Amanda Stanton during his business trip to Colorado. Following their confrontation at the finale, the man on the hot seat took to social media to set things straight and clear out misunderstandings.

"I'll never understand why there's such a desperate need to present an 'innocent persona' and resort to allowing allegations that are blatantly untrue be said about me," he wrote.