In her new book Becoming, the first lady explained that she "reluctantly" gave her blessing for her husband to run for president, but "at the same time harboring a painful thought: Barack was a black man in America, after all".
"I think it's the worst thing that we do to each other as women: not share the truth about our bodies and how they work and how they don't work", she said, as seen in the clip below.
Former United States of America (USA) first lady, Michelle Obama, has opened up on her hard and painful journey while being ushered to motherhood. "We are in our pain and somehow think that we are broken", she described her then-feelings and those of many other women.
During the intimate conversation, she also revealed that she conceived her daughters, Malia and Sasha, through IVF.
She said it was at that point she and husband Barack realized: 'We had to do IVF'.
Her relationship with Barrack became strained due to their stressful and busy schedules and it ended up impacting their marriage, landing them in marriage counselling.
She also talked about opening up on being physically attracted to her husband in her book.
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In the summer of the 2016 presidential campaign when Donald Trump was viciously attacking his Republicans challengers and Democrats alike, Michelle Obama famously said: When they go low, we go high.
Mrs Obama continued: 'But it was also risky, deliberately meant to stir up the wingnuts and kooks. She found confidence in repeating to herself a favorite chant: "Am I good enough?"
"For this", she writes, "I'd never forgive him".
'What if someone with an unstable mind loaded a gun and drove to Washington? Donald Trump, with his loud and reckless innuendos, was putting my family's safety at risk.
"We were trying to get pregnant and it wasn't going well", Mrs. Obama, 54, writes in "Becoming", set for release Tuesday. "I'll give you a little controversy back, I'll never forgive [President Barack Obama] for what he did to our USA military".
Obama's family revelations are some of many included in the book from a former first lady who has offered few extensive comments on her White House years.
She remembers how her body "buzzed with fury" after seeing the infamous Access Hollywood tape, in which Mr Trump brags about sexually assaulting women.