"My first feeling was, 'I lost my son,'" admits Caitlyn's mother Esther in the trailer. "Then I thought, 'You know what? I'm gaining.'"
Along with inspiring moments, such as Caitlyn counseling young people to "hang out with the people that love you and respect you," the teaser features a particularly emotional moment. Tears streaming down her face, the 65-year-old Olympian says of her family and children, "I want them to be proud of their daddy."ud of their daddy."
For Caitlyn, living as her true self means "no more secrets," as she says in the teaser.
"So many people go through life and they never deal with their own issues," said Caitlyn in the original I Am Cait trailer. "No matter what those issues are -- ours happen to be gender identity -- but how many people go through life and just waste an entire life because they never deal with themselves? To be who they are."