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Tori Roloff is in a rough place these days.

On air, at least.

In a previously-released clip from this week’s new episode of Little People, Big World, the mother of three admits to being exhausted at times by parenthood.

Now, via a sneak peek published by People Magazine, the veteran reality star reiterates this same point… while also fighting a bit with her husband, Zach.

“My niche in life, I truly believe is being a mom. I love being a mom,” Tori says in this footage, explaining her feeling more as follows:

“So when I have days like yesterday — where I just didn’t have patience for my kids, when I get upset at them because of something that’s affecting me — I hate that.

“I went to bed last night with the worst mom guilt.”

Zach, however, simply can’t relate to his spouse’s plight in this regard.

“When I get mad at the kids, it’s because I’m mad at the kids,” he responds, laughing as he adds, “I don’t feel dad guilt.”

Tori and Zach share sons Josiah, 7 months, and Jackson, 5, and daughter Lilah, 3.

They also share different responsibilities when it comes to these children, with Tori explaining on the episode that Zach takes “care of the outside of the house and I take care of the inside of the house,” and it can be a challenge at times.

“When you have a lack of sleep and you feel like you’re sinking and failing as a mother, it can be frustrating,” she says.

Sadly, million of women around the world can likely understand Tori completely here.

In the aforementioned clip, Tori goes on to say how upsetting it is for her when she yells because she doesn’t feel like she “ever” yells, to which Zach starts laughing …. and Tori, half-joking, asks him to leave.

After some back and forth about her irritation with Zach’s response, Tori tells her husband:

“This is why I get overwhelmed, honestly Zach… you don’t give me any credit for anything.”

Zach and Tori Roloff are all smiles in this promotional photo for new episodes of Little People, Big World.

Tori has also expressed her annoyance of late over the tension between Zach and his dad, who have been at odds for months… ever since the latter put his Oregon farm up for sale and the former felt snubbed by the way he went about it.

She’s even hinted that she may wanna leave Little People, Big World soon as a result.

“I do breakfast, feed the kids, get Jackson ready for school, take him to school,” Tori continues on the episode.

“Then come home and Siah goes down for his first nap and then it’s just me and Lilah, and we play. He wakes up, we do lunch. It’s exhausting.”

After she outlines to Zach how she therefore needs more credit, the father tries to clarify:

“I do give you credit, but I also hold you accountable.”

“But that’s why I have days like yesterday though, Zachary. That’s why I get burnt out because I can’t always be like that,” Tori says, outwardly frustrated.

“I get it,” he says, to which Tori replies, “you don’t,” before telling him she’ll be sleeping upstairs.

Yikes, huh?