"My heart was so full and then it broke," wrote McCullough (Robin on GH). "I had lost my baby girl. It was too much. I didn’t need to learn this lesson. I wasn’t interested. But I wasn’t in control. These things happen and no, I don’t believe they happen 'for a reason.' I’m still processing, still healing, but anyone who has gone through it knows, losing a baby at 22 weeks is tragic. One thing I am proud of however was that I allowed myself to be happy and to relish the moment. I sat in all that goodness and I can recall those feelings (when I’m having different ones) and hope that it can be like that again."
The Bold and the Beautiful's Sean Kanan is youth ambassador for anti-bullying program
Kanan (Deacon on B&B) was asked to serve as a youth ambassador to Boo2Bullying by the program's director. The Bold and the Beautiful star was more than happy to fill the role. He visited Palm Springs High School in October to discuss his own experiences being bullied in his childhood. Sean told CBS Soaps In-Depth that anti-bullying “has been a passion of mine for a long-time."
Missing EastEnders star Sian Blake 'feared she would die from motor neurone disease'
Sian Blake, who played homewrecker Frankie Pierre in the BBC One soap opera in the 1990s, has not been seen since Sunday December 13. It has been reported the 43-year-old is suffering from motor neurone disease and that she began fearing it was getting worse. A neighbor of the mother-of-two, who lives in Erith, Kent, said ambulances had been seen outside the home in recent weeks on a number of occasions. Sandra Metzgen told The Sun: "No one knows where she is."
TV Insider's Michael Logan grades diversity in daytime soap operas
There continued to be a lack of diversity behind the camera in daytime soap operas in 2015, but Logan seemed impressed by some of show's diversity in front of the camera. The Bold and the Beautiful was rated an A, General Hospital was graded a B+, Days of our Lives was given a C+, and The Young and the Restless rated a C.