Tori Spelling has had QUITE a year. In fact, the one-year anniversary of Dean McDermott cheating with Emily Goodhand last winter is nearly upon us.
Whether you watch True Tori online or not, you likely know reality star has been a basket case for the past 12 months, and hospitalized at least once.
This fact was not lost on her at the 4th Annual Santa's Secret Workshop event in West Hollywood, where the mother of four looked ahead to next year ...
"We have a lot to be grateful for," she told E! News. "We're staying at home, definitely we're gonna spend it with our best friends Bill [Horn] and Scout [Masterson]."
"We have a new baby in the family this year," she added, and the brood is "just going to be doing a lot of cooking and baking and decorating and crafting."
Bill and Scout, the "guncles" of Tori's kids, were frequent guests on all of Spelling's reality shows even before True Tori became a Lifetime fixture.
"I am never by myself, I don't think I've even peed alone in eight years - not kidding. I'm trying to learn, that's something I'm working on," she says.
"That will be my New Year's resolution, is definitely try to make me time," Spelling added while supporting Los Angeles Family Housing at the event.
"I need to make a priority for all of our happiness, so that's my thing is I want to take a little time to do things with my friends and take time with myself."
Spelling also has "hope" that she can continue to rebuild her relationship with McDermott, who is quitting True Tori after the second season wraps.
Tori says she'll contine the show - presuming Lifetime will bring it back - because she has so much more sTori to tell. It's True Tori, after all. Not True Dean.
Although Tuesday's True Tori Season 2 Episode 8 (and every episode for that matter) might make you wonder if her marriage will survive, is has. For now.
"This last year has been a big eye opener that we definitely needed to work within and work on ourselves and our relationship," Spelling shares.
"We've been doing a lot of work and that's important for us to commit as a couple and a family and we're doing therapy and we're doing a lot of work together."
That's good to hear, at least. If we've learned one thing, or one thousand things, from True Tori Season 2 is that there sure is plenty of work to be done ...