Christian actress and co-host of “The View” Candace Cameron Bure says God may be telling her to take a break from her hectic schedule.
Cameron Bure joined “The View” in August 2015 and has more recently starred on “Fuller House,”a reboot of popular ‘80’s sitcom “Full House” which follows the lives of the childhood characters on the original show.
According to The Christian Post, Cameron Bure said the constant travel between New York to host “The View” and Los Angeles to film “Fuller House” and be with her family is beginning to take a toll on her.
"I'm flying back and forth from L.A. to New York every single week, working four days in New York and then back home in L.A. for three days to be with my family," Cameron Bure recently told NY Daily News. "It's definitely exhausting and I'm not sure how long I can keep up the pace."
The actress recently came down with the flu, brought on by the stress of her busy life.
Cameron Bure says that while she is glad to have two jobs, the success of “Fuller House” may be God telling her to cut back on her busy schedule and to relinquish her position as co-host of “The View.”
In addition to her busy schedule, Cameron Bure has experienced stress from the stream of negative comments from those who believe “Fuller House” departs from the family-friendly values of the original.
"When I was on 'Dancing With the Stars,' for example, I was constantly hearing from people who thought that my costumes weren't appropriate. On 'Fuller House,' people were sad that my character made certain choices. Even with 'The View,' people say I'm not speaking up enough for conservative values and that I allow myself to get walked on. Everyone has an opinion!" wrote Cameron Bure in a recent article for Motto.time.com.
"When I'm having issues or facing a big decision I'm unsure about, I talk with the people who are closest to me, whom I trust and who know my situation," she continued. "That's where I seek guidance, along with prayer. "
Publication date: March 28, 2016