Kendra Wilkinson is ''tired'' of trying to ''fix'' her husband.
It has been over a year since the former Playboy model's spouse Hank Baskett was accused of cheating on her but the pair are still struggling to work through their problems.
Speaking on an upcoming episode of 'Kendra On Top', she said: ''It's just hard because I'm still living in a little bit of - I'm not doing too good, still. I'm confused about a lot. I miss something. I know that I love you and I know that I forgive everything and I'm not trying to hold anything you've done over your head. I just honestly I miss something.''
Addressing the cameras, she added: ''He's trapped. And I'm so tired of trying to fix him. I'm tired of it. He needs to get stronger ... I just want to be happy again. I want to laugh again. I am dealing with some real drama in my life that I need to get past, but I am being me, just not really happy me.''
And the 30-year-old beauty - who has two children, Hank IV, five, and Alijah Mary, 14 months, with Hank - has admitted it will take time to get ''one hundred per cent'' healed but Hank fired back, insisting he is the only one ''trying'' to repair their relationship.
Kendra asked him: ''If you were me, you would be completely one hundred per cent healed?''
And Hank instantly replied: ''Moving on can't just be me trying every day. How long do you want to sit there and punish me and make me realise that I've failed?''
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