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Steph Claire Smith opens up about her anger issues; admits she was 'horrible' to her husband

Steph Claire Smith (left) opened up about her anger management issues and the impact they had on her relationship with husband Josh Miller (right)

Steph Claire Smith opened up about her anger management issues and the impact they had on her relationship.

The fitness influencer, 28, spoke to the Share My Mood podcast about her anger issues and how she would take out her frustrations on husband Josh Miller.

“I’ve been dating him for 10 years and for a long time it’s been happening,” Steph said of her outbursts.

Steph Claire Smith (left) opened up about her anger management issues and the impact they had on her relationship with husband Josh Miller (right)

Steph Claire Smith (left) opened up about her anger management issues and the impact they had on her relationship with husband Josh Miller (right)

“And we’re going through waves… It’s much better now,” she added.

The model and businesswoman said she didn’t realize how bad her anger issues were until Josh began to doubt their relationship.

‘He was always asking questions like, “Do you even love me?” Because I was often horrible,” she confessed.

“I think when it started to happen too often it was like, ‘No, no, no. I love you and you’re, like, the best person in my world and I never want you to feel like that. Obviously something’s going on because I’m not even mad at you.

The fitness influencer, 28, spoke to the Share My Mood podcast about her anger issues and how she would vent her frustrations on her spouse.

The fitness influencer, 28, spoke to the Share My Mood podcast about her anger issues and how she would vent her frustrations on her spouse.

The model and businesswoman said she didn't realize how bad her anger issues were until Josh began to doubt their relationship and asked her:

The model and businesswoman said she didn’t realize how bad her anger issues were until Josh began to doubt their relationship and asked her, “Do you even love me? “

The mother-of-one thinks her anger stems from being incredibly hard on herself.

“I know when it definitely gets carried away because I’m going to react in a way that five seconds later I’m like, ‘Why did I do that? “, She said.

“You say sorry, but if you do it so often, it’s like when does saying sorry really mean anything?”

Mother-of-one thinks her anger has just been incredibly hard on herself

Mother-of-one thinks her anger has just been incredibly hard on herself

'I know when it's definitely going crazy because I'm going to react in a way that, like, five seconds later, I'm like, "Why did I do this?"' she says

“I know when it definitely gets carried away because I’m going to react in a way that five seconds later I’m like, ‘Why did I do that? “, She said.

Steph’s admission about her anger issue comes after she crumbled under the guilt of being a working mum on Thursday.

She broke down in tears as she suffered from sleep deprivation after a 12-hour working day.

She posted a picture on Instagram of tears streaming down her face, with one of them holding her one-year-old son Harvey.

Steph's admission about her anger problem comes after she collapsed under the guilt of being a working mum on Thursday

Steph’s admission about her anger problem comes after she collapsed under the guilt of being a working mum on Thursday

She posted a picture on Instagram of tears streaming down her face, along with one of herself holding her one-year-old son Harvey.

She posted a picture on Instagram of tears streaming down her face, along with one of herself holding her one-year-old son Harvey.

“Twelve hours of filming yesterday followed by two hours of sleep because Harvey was up all night (the joy of molars sticking out),” she wrote in the caption.

‘Shout-out to all the working parents there. It’s hard. Running a business is difficult. While so rewarding, there are so many challenges that come with juggling mom and work life.

“Last night, I broke down. I’m mostly sure about sleep deprivation, but also about guilt, feeling like I couldn’t be 110% for Harvey because of how I have to show up for my team as well.

The Keep It Cleaner co-founder went on to say that she also misses her “No”. 1 support person’ Josh, who is on a fishing trip.

“I can get through tough times at work knowing that what we do has a real impact on people around the world,” she added.

She continued, “I really struggle with the guilt that comes with being a working mom, but I’m also proud that my son can see me going to work every day and building my career.”

Steph concluded her post by saying that even though her son isn’t old enough to understand his job, she will still “try to be the best role model for him.”

Steph shares son Harvey with husband Josh Miller (all pictured)

Steph shares son Harvey with husband Josh Miller (all pictured)

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