Candace Cameron-Bure Finds Balance Between Motherhood And Her Career
INSIDE EDITION spoke to Candace Cameron-Bure about her life after Full House and how she balances her career and her children.
Candace Cameron-Bure played the lovable D.J. Tanner on the hit 90's sitcom Full House.
She told INSIDE EDITION, "I know everyone remembers this face from Full House."
Now, at age 37, Candace has written a new book that's landed her in the middle of a controversy. In Balancing it All, she writes that she is submissive to her husband, former hockey great Valeri Bure.
She wrote in the book, "Don't think for a second that I get walked all over. I don't...but when it comes down to us ultimately not agreeing on something, I submit to his leadership."
The comment is earning some strong reaction. One comment online was, "Do you realize this is the 21st century, Candace?"
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Candace told INSIDE EDITION, "The way I have really been able to balance it all is about putting my priorities first, and having those big picture priorities. So, for me, it's God, it's my husband. it's my children."
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