Candace Cameron Bure

90's TV star Candace Cameron Bure appeared on HuffPost Live to discuss her new book, and she opened up about her Full House co-stars, her faith and her 17-year marriage, in which she says she takes a "submissive" role.

On taking a “submissive” role in her marriage:

Candace Cameron Bure: "The definition that I’m using, with the word ‘submissive’ is the biblical definition of that. It is meekness, it is not weakness. Meekness is strength under control, it is bridled strength and that’s what I choose to have in my marriage. And, listen, I love that my man is a leader. I want him to lead and be the head of our family. And those major decisions do fall on him. It doesn’t mean I don’t voice my opinion. It doesn’t mean I don’t have an opinion. I absolutely do, but it is very difficult to have two heads of authority...I allow him to make the final choice, absolutely."

HuffPost Live Host Nancy Redd: "Even at the detriment of your family?

Bure: "Yeah, but obviously I will make my opinion very clear and clearly I have been married for 17 years and we have a very happy marriage and it works very well, so I trust my husband, but that trust has been built...So, again I use that word ['submissive'], but I feel like it’s taken so strongly, when I’m kind of like, ‘everyone just calm down.'"

On her Christian faith:

Bure: "I really grew into my faith... in my early 20's...I already had the foundation of those values, but they became more important and I claimed them for myself a few years into my marriage."

Bure: “[Kirk Cameron] came to faith earlier and my mom has always been a Christian as well, but [my brother] certainly kind of showed me some things along the way.”

On defining her legacy beyond Full House:

Bure: “All of our fans, the people that loved Full House, would love to see [a reunion] happen, so who knows, who knows? It was 8 years of my life and those are formidable years of your life. And we’re all great friends but, of course, we’ve all done very successful things since Full House. So, it’s fun that I’m known for that. It certainly has helped build the platform and what I have today, and I’m grateful for it, but there’s so many other things that I would love to leave behind that I’m currently doing now that people remember me for and not just as a ten-year-old.”