Whitney Port Tearfully Addresses Being Bullied At A New Mom Event — WTF?!

[embedded content] Poor Whitney Port goes via it! The actuality TV star posted to her YouTube channel this week about an encounter she had with some mothers at a brand new mom even within the El Lay space that went bitter fairly rapidly… and virtually instantly upon speaking about it together with her followers on digital camera, the alum of The Hills had damaged down into tears over what she termed was an expertise the place she obtained “mom bullied.” Related: Whitney Is ‘Bummed’ About Co-Stars Who Aren’t Doing ‘The Hills’ Reboot The 34-year-old new mother — who shares 20-month-old son Sonny Sanford with husband Tim Rosenman — revealed on Thursday that though she went to the panel dialogue with a superb perspective, a number of mothers at occasion made her really feel damage and unwelcomed virtually instantly upon arriving. In the video, which you’ll be able to watch in full (above), Port explains what occurred and the way she reacted to it, beginning with this (beneath): “I went in with a good attitude, I walked out feeling a little bit insecure. There were a lot of moms that I knew. I approached two specifically… and I got the same reaction from both of them which was, ‘I really cannot be bothered talking to you right now’ and they were trying to back out of the conversation as quickly as they could. It’s especially hard when you’re a new mother and you really want to put yourself out there because this is the time to make lifelong relationships.” Wow!!! At one level within the clip, together with her husband heard from behind the digital camera asking questions, Port finally breaks down in tears over the occasion, admitting that the ladies concerned “hurt my feelings.” Related: Whitney Is Putting ‘More Effort’ Into Her Marriage After Son’s Birth! Rosenman does numerous work to speak her again up, attempting to construct her confidence, however the actuality TV star clearly struggles with it all through the remainder of the video. Finally, nonetheless teary-eyed, Port lastly involves her conclusion, although it’s not essentially a cheerful one (beneath): “It’s so silly because it’s so easy to be nice to people. They probably never even thought about [being mean.] … But I need to stop telling myself this narrative. The problem is I’m bullying myself… I think I’m worthy of people of being nice to me but I can be quiet and awkward. I can’t control the way anybody acts but it shouldn’t stop me from putting myself out there. I just have to work on my own self-esteem and focus on the positive qualities about me as opposed to the negative.” Ugh… What do U take into consideration all this, Perezcious readers?! Is the Hills alum being overly delicate about an ungainly and perhaps barely unlucky time at a brand new mother occasion, as she even questions on herself within the video?? Or does she have some extent right here — that it’s a lot simpler if persons are sort to one another?! Let us know what you concentrate on all this within the feedback (beneath)… … Read extra at perezhilton.com/whitney-port-bullying-new-mom-video/