My fitness journey | Overcoming Eating Disorders + Finding Happiness

My fitness journey | Overcoming Eating Disorders + Finding Happiness


My fitness journey My fitness journey

100 comments on “My fitness journey | Overcoming Eating Disorders + Finding Happiness

  1. Natacha Océane Post author

    Hey my beautiful friends! Honestly, this all feels like a totally different lifetime so I don’t reflect on it or talk about it much, but I always will if it can help in any way ❤ If you’re going through the same, keep fighting. You can and will get through 💪 Happiness is coming ❤

    Reply
  2. Kiki Dobert Post author

    Honestly, I related to this so much, thank you so much for sharing your story. I’m going through a lot of what you went through and I just helps to know that I’m not the only one who feels this way or has felt this way😊

    Reply
  3. Julia Joy Post author

    I hate when people promote diets like they work perfectly for everyone. You need to eat what works for you and what makes you feel good, happy and healthy.

    Reply
  4. Dimple Oza Post author

    Such an inspiring video and can totally relate to it! I love the scientific information behind it. Would love a book to incorporate information about metabolism like you did in a previous video as well as workouts to maximise fat loss and nutrition. Thank you xx

    Reply
  5. FNT 51 Post author

    I think I found this at just the right time. I’m not under weight however I do have size dismorphia and even though I’m a 10 – 12 I see myself as a size 20. I have cut out food groups that I feel at harmful for me and make me feel sick too. The end of this felt you were just talking straight to me. It’s hard- I had a car accident at Christmas and have been unable to work out, I’m allowed to start easing in however I’m so scared of hurting myself by overdoing it…. I don’t have balance. 🙁

    Reply
  6. Yumni.03 Post author

    Just came back from the doctor's, being told to restrict training to 3 days a week, and not training at all during Ramadan fasting… That's going to be hard but it… hit me like a truck being told I won't be able to have children or my bones will break early unless I gain some weight. I've watched these videos before, and watching them again now… I feel it, I completely understand and God do you inspire me. Thank you, thank you thank you thank you, I feel like I can start to change now, you've helped me and so many others. Thank you <3

    Reply
  7. Mabel Tan Post author

    You're great! And you give off such a kind and open vibe <3 Thank you for sharing your story 🙂

    Reply
  8. inykhffx2 Post author

    So glad I found your channel! Although we obviously have different stories, and I'm still struggling with my relationship with food/self-compassion, it was interesting listening to your story, especially undergrad onwards. I really resonate with your story re: learning critical thinking during post-grad, noticing good vs bad science, listening to your body, finally getting help, etc. Your story gives me hope, so I really appreciate you sharing!

    Also my name is also Natasha so that was hilarious to me haha.

    Keep being awesome!

    Reply
  9. Jessica Raewood Post author

    This is so wild watching this…. I have seen a million ED videos just out of interest in how other people think and function but sometimes I wonder if I am borderline there. I am pretty obsessed the last 4 months of my weight loss stretch trying to reach my goal that I went into too big of a deficit, started doing cardio daily, and obsessed with tracking calories, macros, etc. This week after watching a ton of your videos I am trying to loosen the reigns some, get my calories back up, and allow myself to lose the last 15 lbs at a slower rate if that's what I need to stay sane. I really am committed to a healthy lifestyle and HIIT and restriction every day is NOT THAT. Thanks for sharing!!! you are awesome.

    Reply
  10. Caitlin Faulkner Post author

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing! This could save lives. My younger sister went through similar food restriction and control issues and eventually developed bulimia. She was a high level college athlete and put a ton of pressure on herself to be absolutely perfect (of course, there was no end to the perfectionist goals). She also built bulky muscle, but desperately wanted to look sleek and 'hot' like her athlete friends who got more attention from guys. She had always been beautiful and fun, the life of the party, but her ED made her nervous, anxious, mean, and constantly tense. Because I'd had a college roommate who had anorexia, I started recognizing ED symptoms— disappearing to the bathroom for hours after meals, sudden picky eating, eating only soft foods, and the bingeing itself. She'd sit on the couch and eat and watch tv for hours with a glazed expression, like she wasn't really there. If anyone interrupted the binge, even indirectly, she would be horribly mean to make the person leave. The ED wanted her alone. She finally admitted what was going once I let her know that I knew. She began recovery and, while it was so hard for the first few months, she continued to choose herself and fight for her life.
    She is still in recovery today, ED functions much like an addiction, but she is so much more joyful and is able to love herself and others well again. I am so glad that you came out the other side too!

    Reply
  11. TamaEnergy Post author

    not enough fitness girls like you online talk about this and that leaves girls believing people dont go through this, you can tell you have a compeititve perfectionist mindset, which is why these issues are so large in medical schools (everyone has these personalities) and sport again, but no one talks aobut it….

    Reply
  12. TamaEnergy Post author

    could you do a video on starting weight training for someone who has NEVER done anything apart from run? I need to move away from cardio and start focusing on strength for my future health but not knowing where to start is the excuse im using to continue running 36km a week, its the only thing i know how to do. would love to one day be able to weight train and feel like thats enough of a work out and know how to do ti xxxxx

    Reply
  13. elisabeth Darnes Post author

    Honestly, this is the most honest vídeo I have ever seen. You’ve just described perfectly and exactly how I feel every single day. Love you and your videos!!

    Reply
  14. brittanykadra Post author

    This was beautiful. Thank you for being so brave and sharing your story. I think it's so important to be vocal so others know they are not alone and it's possible to grow and succeed and FEEL GOOD. Love your message and attitude — such a huge fan!

    Reply
  15. Jesse Oseafiana Post author

    I can see my sister going through what you went through and i really don’t know how to tell her everything you’re saying

    Reply
  16. Katelyn Fisher Post author

    I was going through this for over a year and your content has genuinely helped me. I’m in a WAY better place now. I put on 20 pounds over the course of 6 months and now I’m cutting again. But I’m doing it right! I have my period again, and I’ve lost 10 pounds in 3 months. I also hang out with people and don’t isolate myself to a super strict routine. Thank you for helping me realize my eating disorder with your very informative and empathetic videos 💕

    Reply
  17. Paula D Post author

    You starting off the video by giving the people like myself who weren't yet part of the family yet a hug was so heart warming. I completely agree, I suddenly, genuinely feel included. 🙂 Subscribed!!! <3

    Reply
  18. Stephanie Stevens Post author

    "Appearance is the least interesting thing about me and about other people too" What an amazing outlook!!! Love your videos so much Natacha!

    Reply
  19. Sonicz Forever Post author

    My BED damaged my bones and I never want to get into that state again. I am very gradually increasing my calories.I am annoyed at the doctors as my recovery completely failed. I am now an overweight person and have ruined my health. I had three years humiliation over my appearance and I am glad to see the back of it that said I wouldn't go anorexic again either.

    Reply
  20. Hey, It's Ray ASMR Post author

    I just found your channel and love it! I was anorexic for 10 years and have struggled for so long with finding a balance between diet and exercise. I’ve recently started making some sustainable healthy changes and am FINALLY (for the first time in over 17 years) on a positive track. Also, your body is BANGIN’! 🔥

    Reply
  21. Summer Joseph Post author

    You are not alone. I remember waking up at 5am on vaction to run 2 miles in the tropics so I wouldn't gain weight. I couldn't have one day off and my gym time got in the way of my family.

    Reply
  22. Jen Post author

    I remember watching videos like these a few years back when I was really trapped in my eating disorder and mental health issues etc. and feeling like I was the exception to getting help because I didn't deserve it, and that thinking healthily was impossible for me. Moving forward to now I just had my last session of therapy yesterday after going for two years, I've been seeing a dietician this year, and despite having lows I'm coping much better and appreciate the help and support I've been receiving HEAPS and can't deny the progress I've made with the help of those I've reached out to which sounds so cheesy and preachy but it's so true

    If you're struggling please know that you deserve help, you're not an exception. Things will get better!

    Reply
  23. abi pett Post author

    I watched this vid a year or so ago and it gave me the push to finally recover, and now a year later I’m fully recovered and just got cleared to start weight lifting!! I’m so excited!! Thank you for inspiring me and so many others ❤️❤️❤️

    Reply
  24. Maggie Huff Post author

    Thank you for sharing your story, 2 of my friends are going through this, so im over educating myself on the topic. ❤️❤️ I’m so glad you feel comfortable enough with yourself now to share.

    Reply
  25. Rosa Fischer Post author

    This video actually made me cry and text my best friend asking for help, because everything you describe is me. I train up to 4 hours everyday and even though I eat "enough" in terms of volume, I just don't consume enough calories. I track everything I eat in my head and I just realised now, that i don't want to visit my grandma, because of the food she cooks. ( She puts a lot of butter on things and makes desert like most grandmas do haha ).
    Natacha thank you very very much for sharing your journey, It really changed the view on my current behaviour.
    Greetings from Germany

    Reply
  26. Kendra Fortin Post author

    I swear, it’s like I’m hearing my story only someone else is telling it…we are so much alike with our body dysmorphia…how I eat and 8m stuck in the middle now, I’d love to get to the intuitive happy point…

    Reply
  27. Francesca Niccolai Post author

    I overcame binge eating, just to arrive to a point of exercise obsession and restrictive eating. You are the reason why I am getting better and working towards a healthy lifestyle. Thanks you so much💛

    Reply
  28. Ashlee Ayre Post author

    thanks for sharing your story, you give me so much hope that I can get to the other side of my ED. and YES please to the home guide!!! 🙂

    Reply
  29. Lilu Post author

    Thank you for posting this video❤️—it sounds so much like me and what I used to do. I wish I had seen it sooner. I’m working on being happier and not worrying so much about calories.

    Reply
  30. Ross Flieger-Allison Post author

    I loved this video. I've suffered from binge eating and sugar addiction my whole life, but I've always focused on working out and staying fit, so no one ever took my eating disorders seriously. It was reassuring and inspiring to hear that others have gone through similar struggles and made it out on the other side, stronger than ever.

    Reply
  31. Shanya C. Post author

    Thank you for making me realise that I am in a really bad downward spiral. I was aware of it, but its always a thing if oh I am not that bad, not that extreme, not that obsessed and negative. The denial and the difficulty in changing one's mindset are truly hard.
    So thank you for sharing your story!

    Reply
  32. MissCroupette Post author

    I saw this video a year ago, I don't know why it was recommanded to me by Youtube today but I watched it again and girl, this is a magnificent video !
    I started to work out 10 months ago, at 21 years old, and I truely feel blessed I never had to struggle with eating disorders or body dysmorphia… I feel so bad for all of you in the comments, I feel bad for all women (and men) who go through all this.. I'm sure this video will help a lot of people, and I hope that evryone will be fine in the end ! Thank you Natacha !

    Reply
  33. betty rdr Post author

    i wonder if it is possible to recover from anorexia without getting another eating disorder afterwards.because in the commemts so mamy people describe having gone trought a similar procces like yours,and so do i (i don't want to burn the calories of after but i eat like unbelievabely much possibly 6000kcl but i dont want to!).But on yt just a few stories exist like this one.hope we all can find the joy of life one day🙈❣(i am german don't judge my grammar)

    Reply
  34. Kakashi_Approves Post author

    I'm recovering from anorexia right now even though I struggled with it for many years. I lost my period, I was bruising so easily, etc and my thyroid was so close to shutting down. I've been doing better now that I went with my grandma for the summer. I dont know how much I weight but they keep telling me that I'm just maintaining. I'm probably somewhere close to 90-95 pounds, but I have to at least get up to 108-110 to do marching band. I just feel like I won't look pretty or nice after I put on some weight even though it might just be muscle that comes back.

    Reply
  35. Diana Frederiksen Post author

    Thank you for sharing your life with us : ) You are such a beautiful person, and you are inspiration to many because you are honest.

    Reply
  36. Irene Kuo Post author

    I relate to this so much. I went through different diet choices (could never sustain it for long though.) Eventually, found out that moderation and balance was key to staying healthy and happy. I'm happy with my methods now. And then I found this page <3 Knowing that I'm doing what Natacha's doing and learning more extra stuff from her made me feel good that I'm on the right track! And I'm so glad to have someone so relatable <3

    Reply
  37. Leni nope Post author

    this is soo similar to my story. thank you so much for sharing your journey, It's always good to know that you're not alone in your feelings and thoughts! Thank you once again.

    Reply
  38. Wren VV Post author

    This is such an inspiring and honest story, thank you for sharing! It's wild to think about how young people are when they start to be affected by media and ideal body images, and how little comments by people about someone (that they don't even mean any harm by) can shape this mentality getting older. So glad you were able to overcome your hardships and become the inspiring individual on youtube you are today!!

    Reply
  39. Caroline Begala Post author

    you are so strong and I can completely empathize your situation. Everything you talked about I could relate to, and it feels nice to know I was never alone. you're very inspiring and I hope that one day Ill be as recovered and healthy as you are

    Reply
  40. Rachel Rojas Post author

    I’m recovered from anorexia and I’m training to be a powerlifter, I’m watching this after my workout and I’m trying not to cry. You are so brave for sharing this.

    Reply
  41. Lea in recovery Post author

    Hei, I'm struggling with orthorexia and anorexia at the moment and this really inspired me to keep going and start my channel!!❤❤❤

    Reply
  42. Elena Post author

    Your videos have helped me so much! I only discovered you like 3 days ago but watched way too many of your videos and subscribed lol. I suffered from anorexia last year for a relatively short amount of time-about 2 months. I clearly remember that I hadnt eaten any junk food for like 20 days which is quite extreme. I lost 4 kgs the first month and my family was worried. I then started eating more and became obsessed with clean eating but it wasnt sustainable. I would eat an apple and 7 almonds as a snack at school 4 hours after breakfast and would wait another 4 hours to go home and eat lunch. And that snack would keep me full for at most 2 hours- I was basically starving myself. I would then return home, eat lunch and binge on random things like bread, raisins, cheese. Most days I would eat at the point of physical discomfort and I always felt so bad afterwards. I then started weight training and started counting macros and calories but I still had an unhealthy relationship with food. I would eat super healthy the whole week and have one ‘cheat meal, per week but that cheat meal would be like a snickers bar, something really tiny. I then moved to proper cheat meals once a week like a cheeseburger or crepes with nutella and banana, but still ate 100% clean all week. The last few days I have been eating 80-90% clean and the rest fun foods and I’m happier than ever! Although my relationship with food isnt completely fixed, because I do count calories and macros, the 80/20 rule has really helped. I do plan to stop tracking as I eat quite intuitively anyways. Thank you so much for your content.

    Reply
  43. Jess jms Post author

    I love the last picture in the thumbnail, I want that kind of body for myself. A healthy muscular, toned, strong looking and happy woman.

    Reply
  44. tuberbum Post author

    Thanks for sharing, which is surely not an easy thing to do.

    Myself I had it the other way round, I was becoming fat when I was a teen. My mother was a long time ill and my father was taking care of my nutrition and i wasn't too good obviously. So i got mobbed by other children and started to do sports but i could not get really slim and my body stayed skinnyfat so to say in some parts. This made me very depressive in my later teen years and I was quite the lonely fellow.
    But eventually and thankfully i got over it later on, when i became successful in my job and got the respect and love of others.
    Nowadays I'm still not as lean as I sometimes wish to be but I arranged with myself, liking myself, doing the amount and kind of sports I really like and live the lifestyle I want to. And yes the lifestyle is on some days not the healthiest one, but I am at peace for this with myself. I came to respect myself, my efforts in sports and the life I live, which I have chosen – for better or worse – and know the consequences.

    Dunno why I even wrote this, maybe because I am in a good mood for this after watching Natacha's Vid. So thanks again.

    Reply
  45. Sarah Müller Post author

    Hey Natacha,
    I can't really explain myself as good as many other people in your comments but I just wanted to let you know that you are helping me so much right now. I feel like you get my greatest fears about my body and we kind of have (or you had) the same thoughts…
    In this comment section I am now going to promise you (and my own body) that I am going to get better.
    I don't want to stress about my look/ calories anymore.
    I am more that sick of my own always ongoing fear of getting heavier even though I am getting smaller and smaller and everybody around me is getting worried too…
    I don't want attention because of the worries people have about me, I want attention for the good things I do.
    Natacha, you might never are going to read this, nevertheless I must say thank you.

    Reply
  46. Nayeli Diaz Post author

    This answered so many questions I went/going through some of the same things but I’m starting to become more comfortable with food. This was so good I love how realistic you are, I love your videos ❤️❤️❤️

    Reply
  47. Michelle Pacional Post author

    Hi im new to your channel .. ive been doing so many "diet plan" and exercises that make me feel so tired for the whole week . And im not happy. I can lose weight but it feel like not enough. I will start my journey to happiness.

    Reply
  48. Karena Forbush Post author

    Biochem? Biophysics? Holy shiz!! It sounds so cool!! Thank you so much for making this video and I’m glad you’re in a healthier place ☺️❤️

    Reply
  49. Love Dove Post author

    Your story, was exactly mine. I started working out, and my goal body is your result. Thank You xx

    Reply
  50. JSHEN Post author

    I literally relate to this exactly. I definitely want to get help especially after watching this video. Did you just go to a regular therapist to help you with your eating or was there a specialist with a specific title to help. I want to look one up in my local area. Also thank you so much for sharing, you are honestly a big inspiration and I really appreciate you always being honest with everything❤️

    Reply
  51. bloopunkt Post author

    I didn't know there was a sientific word for the way I see/can't see myself. The first time I started to think that something was wrong with me, was when I was nine and I was on a seesaw with a boy, who couldn't lift me. They made fun of me a lot after that. The Thing is: I was nine. The boy was about four or five. Of course, he could't lift me. After that I stopped being on fotos, dressed myself in oversized clothes and started getting comeptetive in school. When I couldn't be pretty I wanted to be smart at least. I gained like 30 pounds in 3 month, when my parents divorced, couldn't stopp binging and looking for diets at the same time. I had to repeat a year because of the divorce and after that it was a downward spiral: I'll never manage to be beautiful and now I showed everyone that I wasn't smart either. I got loudmouthed and prideful after that. I only started to get better after I hit a low in university with 23/24. I hated myself and my life so much and I didn't know how to change that, did some therapy and learned to cope and love myself. I still got troubles but I pretty much love my life now. I just wished I didn't have to suffer vor over ten years to come to this point. But thanks for the video and the honesty. Maybe you can help others before they downspiral to badly!

    Reply
  52. Roger Syversen Post author

    The fallacy that everyone believes is that the body is static — that you are some concrete tangible solid state. This ideology is perpetuated by the technology of the photograph. What people dont realize is that the body is a process.

    Reply
  53. Paige Simonavice Post author

    thank you so much for sharing this, there is so many similarities in my story that started when I was only 16 years old and now that I'm 21 feel confident enough to recognize how terrible my relationship with food and working out has been. It's just very refreshing to hear that I'm not the only one to struggle with this and you are so inspiring to have shared and overcome something so difficult. thank you!!

    Reply
  54. AZWings Post author

    Thank you for sharing your story. I'm happy for you that you have developed a healthy lifestyle.

    Reply
  55. Cindee Khakdoust Post author

    You are beautiful and joyful. Please talk to people about how long it takes to be in shape. It is not 4 months to a great shape as so many marketers say.

    Reply
  56. Alice V Post author

    Holy shit. I know this video is old and you're never gonna see my comment, but thank you Natacha. I didn't experience all of the disordered behaviours that you did, but the thoughts & triggers surrounding initially entering your ED are completely me. It's like someone else is inside my head. Thank you so much for this – it gives me hope that one day I'll be normal again. <3

    Reply
  57. Emily Hou Post author

    Thank you so much for sharing Natacha! I'm a bit late to the party but I recently started watching your videos and have struggled through similar issues throughout college (or as you guys say, university ;)). It was so hard to overcome and I still kind of struggle everyday (I am 4 years out of college now) but seeing you so happy and able to intuitively do everything in your life makes me want to keep striving for full recovery. I hope to get to where you are someday 🙂

    Reply
  58. Spec Ops Post author

    I had the same problem 2 years ago except that I wanted to be big and muscular.As a guy,I always had the mindset that we have to be broad shouldered with ridiculously wide and thick upper bodies and back then i was scrawny and weak with withering muscles and I even had scoliosis which affected my symmetrical strength in both sides of my body.In 2017,I started taking the gym seriously and going off in my workouts with heavy compound lifts followed by isolation lifts for my arms.I was also eating a lot of red meat due to my high metabolism just to compensate.I ended up with high cholesterol and had to detox for two months just doing cardio and calisthenics while eating only high protein foods while sustaining a low calorie diet.Several months later,I would attempt to bulk up again but this time I was eating double quarter pounder burgers for lunch everyday for another two months.The results was me going from 54kg to 57kg with most of the weight consisting of fat rather than muscle.I ended up training like a US Marine to balance out everything.It was then I started to realize that everything comes down to balance like for example,I am only about 160cm in height so I should not be too large in size or else it will slow me down in movement be in walking,running,etc.We all will have insecurities and moments that we over obsess in perfection.Its perfectly normal but overindulgence will harm us rather than help us.Thks for being so honest in sharing your personal story with the rest of us.We all appreciate it.Keep being yourself and being happy cos you only live once in this lifetime😊

    Reply
  59. Justine Thompson Post author

    You are an amazing person this video was so brave , I only found you a few days ago and you have massively changed the way I look at life and food , I've already upped my calories to 1600 from around 500 a day , I'm hoping so stop having to count them and I've stopped weighing myself daily . Thank you so much 💖

    Reply
  60. Piper Hewitt Post author

    Ive been binge watching your channel since i found it yesterday i still dont understand how it took you so long to build that amount of muscle mass…

    Reply
  61. Ale Stamm Post author

    From most of the photos put up I think your figure looks great in most of them, even at your heaviest it looks amazing. So many people think if you have an eating disorder you must be over or underweight, but you've had a great figure (whether slim and less muscular, or more lean) the whole time. Just goes to show how much can really be going on in your mind, and how that can allow someone to have a distorted view of themselves. Also shows no matter how good you look it may not necessarily be the healthiest..
    It's so good to see your relationship with food has got to where it is now 😀

    Reply
  62. Vanessa Edits Post author

    I can relate to your story so much, for months I struggled with anorexic like tendencies, needing to under eat and isolate myself. I lost 5kg in under 2 months and was about 56-57kg which yes it’s not that low but idk. Somewhere in the last few months I did a huge turn around while trying to recover and started to actually over eat. I’m back at my original weight 62kg and I eat sweet food every night and although I don’t eat a huge amount, I eat until my stomach hurts a bit and it’s only causing pain and weight gain. I always make plans to stop but fail every time. Anyway that’s enough about me, you’re an amazingly kind and funny person. I love your story and your videos💙

    Reply
  63. Gitte Van de velde Post author

    I am 1m66 and weigh about 47 kg. I have a bmi of 17, makes me borderline underweight, my minimum weight would be 5 kg more. But I eat three full meals a day, some snacks in between whenever I feel like it. Not all necessary 'healthy' stuff (chocolate! CHOCOLATE) I drink tons of water though and ignore the existence of junk food and soda, don't really crave it. As exercise I just do some random squats or push-ups and some stretching morning and evening. Some days that may just be the stretching, other days I do 40 ab exercices (no resistance or anything, just on my bedroom floor) 20 push ups and 50 lunges, squats and other leg exercices adding up all my 'randoms'.

    I do have slight abs, and when I flex my arms (which are insanely thin unflexed) and legs I do have some muscle tone, also in my back. am naturally underweight with eating moderate to healthy and a decent amount and exercising regularly (what I do in total in a week equals to a few hours in the gym I guess). I am thin, for sure, but not boney as a whole: my arms are a bit and my wrist (I put weight un my lower body) but, I have a butt. My measurements (shoulder, chest, waist, hips) are 90 – 80 – 60 – 90 cm more or less. I am generally just confused as to wether it is somewhat healthy what I am doing, if it's 'normal' to have a combination of the physique I have, with the exercising + eating what I do, feeling quite healthy and fit and my low bmi. There is very little content out there for naturally thin girls like me and I am honestly just confused.

    Reply
  64. Renn Post author

    How Long have you waited for your period to come back? Did u exercise that time or let your body more relax ?

    Reply
  65. Martyna Stasiorowska Post author

    Such an amazing speech, your intelligence and positive vibe really shines through :)!

    Reply
  66. Blipperm Blippern Post author

    Can You please do a body workout with no waigts and just USE your own body waitgh!!!❤️❤️❤️

    Reply
  67. Millie Mcgrath Post author

    This really hit home. I related to so much of what you just said. I have suffered for years now with anorexia and I have just finished my GCSEs and while I was revising I stopped training and started binging so I gained a lot of weight and now I have been trying to lose weight for ages and am currently restricting myself to 500 calories a day but often do mini binges which makes me feel so guilty so I restrict even more, I can’t lose weight and I feel so scared to eat more even though I want to because I don’t want to gain weight. I feel so stuck and I don’t know what to do 😔

    Reply
  68. Claire Lin Post author

    I am literally shocked, exact same age, exact same experience even the mindset and walking part. But I already came through all this by going through bulimia this summer, and slimmed down by doing your exercises, now living a healthy lifestyle. Thank you Natacha, so funny I worked out with your videos first then saw this video 🙂

    Reply
  69. Corina Verdes Post author

    I really enjoyed thar video and love your courage of sharing you personal experiences with the world. You are an amazing person! I'm looking forward to more of your videos!

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *