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Candy Spelling tells daughter Tori to stop blaming her parents

Candy Spelling
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Candy Spelling is speaking out and saying that she wants her daughter Tori Spelling to stop blaming her parents for the way things are in her life. On Wednesday, E! Online shared what she had to say about her daughter. She is watching the new docu-series about Tori and Dean's relationship called "True Tori."

She has a new book out called "Candy at Last." A section of the book says, "I am by no means saying that I am the perfect mother now or I didn't make mistakes when my children were growing up. In therapy I learned that I was passive-aggressive and that I also had poor communication skills. Having said that, I also believe that there comes a time when you have to stop blaming your parents. I have learned from my own journey that at some point you have to take responsibility for your own actions and attitudes."

Tori has shared more than once that Candy was not a perfect mom. She has talked in her books about how her nanny raised her more than her own mother. Now she is an adult though and Candy wants her to start taking responsibility for the things going on in her life.

Candy and Tori are still working on their relationship but at this time it looks like things are better. They are speaking and Candy is involved in the lives of her grandchildren. Hopefully they find a way to make it all work eventually.

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