Why All of These Hosts Really Left The View

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During the Oct. 13 episode of The Views special podcast series, Behind the Table, Fuller House alum opened up about her experience serving as a co-host in seasons 19 and 20, which aired in 2015 and 2016.

“The stress and the anxiety—I actually have a pit in my stomach right now,” Bure admitted. “That was the only stress I ever felt in all my life. I was astonished. [have]PTSD is something I can feel. It was so hard, and it was very difficult to manage that emotional stress.

The Hallmark Channel mainstay explained that she felt “enormous pressure” to represent conservatives on the larger scale of national television, adding, “[I was]Just trying to understand and have an overall grasp of topics I didn’t like to talk about or care about.

Bure announced her resignation from The View in December 2016, she cited prior commitments, which included filming Fuller HouseAround the same time, Netflix acquired it. The star has no regrets about her time on the table and says she “really grew” over the two seasons. Bure noted, “I felt that after walking away, I could do that, and I can achieve anything.”