The Hallmark actress said that two seasons on ABC’s talk show took its toll on her.
Speaking on the “Behind the Table” podcast, the “Fuller House” alum said thinking about the “stress and anxiety” she felt during that time still makes her uneasy.
“I actually have a pit in my stomach right now,” Bure shared via People. That show was the only source of all stress I have ever experienced in my entire life. It is a form of PTSD that I feel. This was extremely difficult and it was hard to deal with the emotional stress. “
Candace Cameron Bure opens up about her stint as a View host for two seasons.
Bure was a co-host for the national talk show from 2015-16 and appeared on seasons 19 and 20. Among those that she shared co-hosting duties with were Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Raven-Symone and more. Although she felt “pressured” to be a conservative American host on her show, she said that it was difficult to grasp and understand the topics. “
Unfortunately, the actress said not having a firm stance on some of the topics negatively impacted her emotional well-being.
“I felt as though I was entering a show without a clear view or something I was nervous about. But I also knew that it would make me sick.
” I hated this feeling. The mother of three said, “Then I was like, I don’t know what’s coming at me.'”
Candace Cameron Bure stated previously that she does not plan to return full-time to “The View”.
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Bure said it got to the point where she would cry before tapings. The TV actress said that she left the show with no regrets.
” I feel that there were many great takeaways from this show. She said that, despite the difficult job, she was very thankful for her experience.
This isn’t the first time Bure has gotten candid about her time at “The View.” The actress spoke out on the same podcast last month. She described her seasons as being “exciting”, challenging, informative and emotionally draining. Bure admitted that despite the challenges she faced, she found herself in good company.
” “It was the most difficult job I have ever held but it was an incredibly rewarding opportunity to be able to sit down with so talented, intelligent, and capable women.” she exclaimed. She admitted that it was a job she will “never desire” but she is willing to be a guest occasionally.
Fox News’ Nate Day contributed to this report.