Tori Spelling ‘sick all the time’

By admin
25 November 2014

Tori Spelling admits being on TV once made her feel “sick all the time”.

The 41-year-old reality star puts her life in the public eye on her Lifetime series True Tori, including her rollercoaster emotional and mental state. And she admits the spotlight has been challenging to deal with. "Anytime I would have emotional stress—for years, my whole life—I would just repress and keep going and going and nobody knew really," she revealed during an appearance on American chat show Dr. Oz. "It would just start coming down. I would be sick all the time, sinus, migraines, everything."

 ‘I would be sick all the time, sinus, migraines, everything’

Now she is beginning to be concerned about how being a television star is impacting her children. Tori shares four tykes with her husband Dean McDermott, and they’ve of course had to watch her spiral on the small screen.

"I don't want to keep going on like that. I'm at that place where I don't like the way my kids see me. I don't like them seeing me as sick," she explained.

A large part of her reality show is dedicated to conversation around Dean’s infidelity. He has openly admitted to cheating on her with a woman named Emily Goodhand. He has since been honest about his own mental illness and says this is why he’s on the show with his wife.

"I have clinical depression and I want people to know that there's help out there," Dean told the host. "You're not alone and that's what I've learned through this whole process is I'm not alone with the alcoholism and the drugs and the depression. You can get help."

And according to Tori, in spite of ups and downs in their marriage, they’re bringing things back on track. She claims they’re dedicated to making things work.

"We're working on it. It will take time," she revealed. "I've asked him to listen to me, take care of me, take care of the kids, step up in our family and he really has. He's really working on himself and us."

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