We’re used to perfectly filtered images and candid images that are anything but browsing through our social media feeds.
“Former Home And Away star Tammin Sursok, who played on the show Dani Sutherland, shocked fans with a tear strewn image that she admitted immediately:” I don’t share this kind of stuff.
“I was compelled to share this message for some reason. I have to. I needed to be vulnerable with my friends,” the emotional post started with Tammin.
Yesterday, we had to put down our dog, Sydney. Even reading this made me tear up. It’s impressive that you shed so many tears when your heart is broken, you think there aren’t any left. And yet they’re still coming.
She had heart disease and was 14 years old. She was in agony, and seeing her suffer broke me.
Pretty Little Liars, the 37-year-old actress who rose to fame after landing an enormous role in the hit series, urged fans to spend less time on their phones and more time with loved ones.
I think about time as I sit here and mull about her last 14 years. On computers, we spend 11 years of our lives. So much time looking down and not out into the world. I feel wrong about the extra time I should have spent with her.
Reach out, make time, hug your animals and your loved ones, keep them tighter, reach out to others. Look up. Link.
Last January, Tammin and her husband, Sean McEwan, welcomed their second child, a daughter.
Posting a picture and saying, “She’s here. And she’s fine,” Tammin let the world know alongside a love heart emoji that she’s now a mum to two little girls.
Phoenix, the four-year-old daughter, is also owned by Tammin and Sean, an actor/director who married in 2011 at a romantic ceremony in Italy.
Sursok got personal with her fans at the end of 2017, opening up about a “painful loss” she had undergone.
“This week, it’s been difficult for me to be on social media. As a family, we have been going through something and it’s difficult to hide what we feel. With you, I still want to be real,” she wrote.
It was the first time I experienced a loss last week. That’s as much as I’m going to say right now, but at some point, I want to talk about what we’ve been through to help someone who is still going through it.
You get mad, and you don’t know who to be mad at. You know your rage is only a product of pain. So if, for whatever reason, you’re struggling this holiday season, know I’m with you, and I see you. And through is the only way out. We have this together.’