Tori Spelling's Reported 'Mental Breakdown' Has 'Perfect Regular Moms' Harshly Criticizing Her

Tori Spelling
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Whether you have a swarm of paparazzi waiting at the end of your driveway, or you navigate life as one of the "average moms," motherhood can get hard for anyone. Reports are surfacing that Tori Spelling feels tons of "pressure and stress" -- which is likely why police responded to disturbance calls at her home twice in 24 hours. And instead of rallying behind this mother, or at the very least not saying anything horrible, fellow members of the motherhood clan can't help but judge, because "rich people problems" obviously don't deserve our sympathy.

  • Tori is making headlines after police went to her home on March 1 because of a "domestic incident."

    People reports the situation involved a "female" with signs of possible "mental illness." While authorities concluded "no crime" was committed, this was the second time in 24 hours the LAPD went to Tori's house. Just a day prior, they received a call from the former Beverly Hills, 90120 alum about a possible intruder that turned out to be her husband Dean McDermott.

    More from CafeMom: Dean McDermott's Family Updates Spark Concern About Tori Spelling

    Tori and Dean have five children together: Liam, 10; Stella, 9; Hattie, 6; Finn, 5; and Beau, 1.

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  • Sources close to the celeb mom admit she's "in a tough place," which is sad and understandable, because #momlife can get hard.

    Tori Spelling
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    "She can get very stressed," an unnamed insider told People. "The last year has been really tough on Tori. She has a ton of pressure and stress, with the kids, work and her marriage. She internalizes a lot of her anxiety and she knows it's not healthy for her. Of course she's going to get to a breaking point eventually. Tori and Dean have their ups and downs, but they love each other and family is most important to both of them."

  • But as you can see, sympathy and compassion are obviously traits of the past.

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  • Many people don't feel bad at all for Tori.

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  • They dismiss her stress because of her celebrity.

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  • And they think her "rich people problems" aren't valid, because she should've stopped having kids a long time ago.

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    Good grief.

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  • Luckily, there are still kindhearted people roaming the Earth who challenge us *not* to be so damn judgmental about a mom -- regardless of her celebrity.

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  • And challenge us to be better humans.

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  • Seriously, if you don't have anything nice to say, just be quiet.

    Tori Spelling with son Beau
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    While Tori does have access to certain perks of being a celebrity, that shouldn't discredit her in any way from the realities of motherhood -- or the stresses that come with the territory. We, as mothers and women, need to stop measuring our trials and tribulations with one another to determine who has it the worst, and who is justified in complaining the most.

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    A little sympathy can go a long way, and it shouldn't come with prerequisites.

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