Each year, Candace Cameron Bure finds herself busy with new projects. The end of Full House did not mean the end of work for the former Tanner daughter; she\u2019s often working on the next installment of the Aurora Teagarden mystery series on Hallmark. However, the worries of the world have caused her to feel insensitive when promoting her next film. Bure opened up about these feelings through an Instagram message, explaining to her fans that she\u2019s well aware of the hardships that go on in so many ways at home and abroad. Awareness does not ease her disquiet, however. Candace Cameron Bure opens up about feeling \u201cinsensitive\u201d talking about her work with so much going on in the world View this post on Instagram A post shared by Candace Cameron Bure (@candacecbure) \u201cI\u2019m not unaware of how insensitive or awkward it may look at times to be talking about a movie or clothing,\u201d Bure explained in her Instagram story to her five million followers. Seeing so much \u201cdivision and hate\u201d throughout the world makes it feel \u201cweird\u201d to promote Aurora Teagarden\u2019s next adventure. RELATED: Candace Cameron Bure Apologizes For \u2018Seductive\u2019 Bible Video Proving her awareness, Bure made reference to the pandemic, armed conflict, and natural disasters alike. In response to these tragedies and dividing issues, she admitted, \u201cI\u2019m just praying, and my heart is heavy.\u201d All the more reason to have that safe corner Candace Cameron Bure discusses what might be considered "insensitive" optics when promoting movies \/ Everett Collection In journalism, a popular phrase dictates \u201cif it bleeds, it leads.\u201d Anyone with access to the news will likely be surrounded on all sides with bad news, heartbreak, and division. So, where does the break come in? With projects like Bure\u2019s. To make this point, Bure carefully said that all while she feels grief for all the pain in the world, she has \u201ca movie coming out on Sunday,\u201d adding, \u201cI know this sounds like an awkward transition, but you\u2019re gonna see my feed all full of promotional stuff.\u201d With this preparation announced, Bure shared her goal: for her feed to become \u201ca happy place that you can come and kind of get a break from the world.\u201d How do you curate what news you read? Do you have a way to get a break from the negativity? Hopefully, a trip down memory lane is the perfect escape from the present!