Alison Brahe revealed that she was too fond of her husband Cameron Daddo to leave him after he deceived her during the first years of their marriage.
The couple, who started work in 1991 and moved to the US shortly thereafter, opened up their past problems during an interview on Studio 10 on Thursday.
& # 39; It felt harder to walk away than to stay & # 39 ;, said the 49-year-old model – after Cameron, 54, first publicly accepted his infidelity in a blog post in March.
& # 39; It felt harder to walk away than to stay & # 39 ;: Alison Brahe (photo) opened up about her marriage to Cameron Daddo after cheating on a joint interview at Studio 10 on Thursday
The couple said the founding of couples therapy in 1994 saved their marriage after the betrayal of Cameron.
He added: & # 39; We wouldn't be here if we didn't (seek help). & # 39;
Alison explained that counseling worked because her husband took responsibility for his actions.
& # 39; We went into therapy and solved our problems & # 39 ;, she said. & # 39; We were so young, committed after two and a half months and then we threw ourselves into another country.
& # 39; There was so much that we did in those early years that we just didn't settle and blew it apart, but we were still so in love. & # 39;
& # 39; We wouldn't be here if we didn't (seek help) & # 39 ;: they returned to therapy in 1994, with Alison too much in love with Cameron to walk away. The pair depicted in 2019
& # 39; Suddenly you are attractive to many people & # 39 ;: the couple married in 1991 and then moved to America, where Cameron played a role on TV show Models Inc. – with fame to his head
Cameron, who had played a leading role in the American drama Models Inc. in the early 1990s, also discussed how his rising fame came between the couple.
He said: & # 39; Models Inc. was huge in America, with millions of people looking at it and very tempting. You suddenly become attractive to many people, and that was part of it. That was all part of a series of problems that I had to go through.
& # 39; What I discovered through counseling and therapy was to me that I had a very childish need to be liked – and that is probably why I ended up in (show) business. & # 39;
& # 39; I didn't have (have friends), I didn't have anyone & # 39 ;: Alison went on to admit that her sense of & # 39; isolation & # 39; in America while Cameron was busy with work, things didn't help. Shown in 2007
In his blog post for father website, The Father Hood, in March, Cameron mentioned alcohol and his work schedule as the main reasons behind his unfaithfulness.
He continued to admit that the couple was briefly divorced at the time and wrote: & # 39; When I acted like this, I didn't really want to be there. & # 39;
Looking back on that time when they first moved to America, Alison added: “I didn't have any friends, I didn't have anyone. That was difficult and it was a great insulation. & # 39;
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She added: “I leaned heavily on Cam in those years and he traveled so much. I was also on my way to Australia a lot, so we had a lot of time apart. & # 39;
Strong, the couple have been together for almost 30 years and have three children, Lotus, 23, River Tru, 19 and Bodhi Faith, 13.
They appeared on Studio 10 to promote their new podcast series, separate bathrooms, and other useful wedding tips.
Family: Strong, the couple have been together for almost 30 years and have three children, Lotus, 23, River Tru, 19 and Bodhi Faith, 13
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