Leave Me 'Lone! Tamera Mowry Bursts Out Crying Talking About Getting Viciously Bullied For 'Being Kind'

LOS ANGELES, CA - APRIL 29:  Tamera Mowry poses for portrait at 45th Daytime Emmy Awards - Portraits by The Artists Project Sponsored by the Visual Snow Initiative on April 29, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Michael Bezjian/Getty Images for The Artists Project)

Leave Me 'Lone! Tamera Mowry Bursts Out Crying Talking About Getting Viciously Bullied For 'Being Kind'

Haters have made her question her own "goodness."

Published October 16th

The ladies of The Real had quite the emotional breakthrough during Tuesday morning's episode of the daytime talk show.

In addition to Jeannie Mai's shocking confession about her 10-year long marriage, Tamera Mowry-Housley opened up about being bullied as a child due to her "kind" nature.

During the show's "Girl Chat" segment, the former child star shared what she would tell herself now that she's experienced some severe self-doubt.

While drumming up her response, she shared with her co-hosts that her "goodness" has often been questioned, ever since she was young, as many assumed she thought of herself as superior than others.

"For me, I was a very wise, kind of like an old soul ever since I was like eight," she tearfully explained. "I received Christ in my life at eight... I was very by the book and I was a kind person, and I am a kind person, now. Growing up, I was picked on a lot, you guys. People would say, 'Oh, you think you're better than me?'"

In response to the question, she responded, "Accept your differences."

Watch the clip, below:

Can you relate to her struggle?

Written by Moriba Cummings

(Photo by Michael Bezjian/Getty Images for The Artists Project)

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