"Things are really good," said Spelling, following the explosive finale of True Tori

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Despite what the finale of True Tori may have shown about the state of their marriage, Tori Spelling insists that “things are really good” between her and husband Dean McDermott.

We’re working really hard at our relationship and our family,” Spelling, 41, told PEOPLE at a Disney on Ice event on Thursday. “We are truly committed to each other.”

That said, Spelling doesn’t regret how much of her life was revealed by True Tori cameras.

“I feel like I’ve always had a good connection with my fans and everyone out there,” she told PEOPLE. “I’m very open and honest about my life. My life has been very public, and it’s hard to keep things private. I’d rather get the truth out there than have people write what they think the truth is.”

She continued, “It was my way of making sure that if people are going to make up stories, I’m going to tell them exactly how it is so they don’t have their chance to do that.”

In the True Tori finale, McDermott, 48, said that he “sacrificed chunks of [his] soul” for the show, even asking his wife: “If you don’t like my choices, why the f— are you with me? There’s hope for Tori and Dean if we don’t do the f—ing show.”

Spelling’s October hospitalization for bronchitis and a sinus infection was also documented in the finale, but she told PEOPLE that she is feeling much better now.

“I’m in such a better place. The winters are hard. The kids pick up sicknesses at school. I get hit the hardest,” she said. “We’re all healthy now.”

With the cameras no longer rolling, things appear to be looking up in the Spelling-McDermott household. Their low-key holiday plans, she said, will simply involve “spend[ing] time together baking and crafting and just being together.”

As of right now, there are no plans for a third season of True Tori.

Reporting by MATTHEW COLE WEISS