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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Camilla On Seattle TV - KOMO4 News

This is the link to the Seattle news station (KOMO 4) that aired her eating disorder story Oct. 30-31.
Camilla's eating disorder story was aired. If you want to donate to her treatment, please click on the "Donate" button at the top of her blog.
And, (as you'll see in some of the comments), if you want to be "hating", insulting, criticizing, or judgemental, I hope you'll keep your comments and thoughts to yourself.
Camilla's Dad

PS: Update from ABC News. In the midst of Hurricane Sandy, ABC's web reporter in the East, Liz, called me on Friday. ABC plans (she said) on putting the story on its website on Monday, and possibly running the story nationally. Stay tuned.

6 comments:

  1. I wish you the very best of luck, Camilla! I know you can do it!

    I have been in slightly different shoes (overcoming food being my drug and eating far too much.) I know how it feels to be cut off your 'lifeline' and the control (or lack of control) you feel. I am now down over 100 pounds after 10 months of effort, and want to tell you, Camilla:


    There IS light at the end of the tunnel! Take it day by day and know you're doing what's best for YOU! YOU CAN DO IT! It IS possible to have a healthy relationship with food. It will feel completely impossible at time, but never stop trying! :)

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  2. You should write a cookbook your cookies look amazing. My heart goes out to you. You can tell from TV that you are an amazing beautiful person inside and out, once you see that nothing will stop you. I feel blessed that I don't have an eating disorder but even when you don't for women there is always a struggle with food, I hope that you can find the strength that you need. I am cheering you on and praying for you. I am so glad you reachead out to us as strangers to help you, you did the right thing. We are all here for you.

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  3. If everyone that watched the news report just dontated $5 she could reach her goal. We all have $5 to help someone out. We are cheering you on!

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  4. As a father who was involved with a child with an eating disorder, I found it helpful to help my daughter accomplish positive things that she wanted to do. I also believe that St. Ann helped.

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  5. I think you are an incredibly brave young woman to share this private and painful struggle with the rest of the world. I hope that you find the empowerment in treatment you are looking for and the strength to beat this. You are on your way.

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  6. You haven't just gone national, you've gone international! Hi from England! :D Your story was in one of the newspapers here today :)
    I've been suffering with anorexia for 7 years, and I'm just starting treatment (although I'm outpatient - I'm very lucky in that I'm not suffering as much as you are). Reading your blog is comforting, and inspirational, and it's reminding me that I'm not alone, and that we can all pull through this horrible time, and that we're all going to be ok again eventually. And for me, that was a wonderful wonderful realisation, so thankyou so much for that.
    More than anything, I wish you the best. I hope that you get better, and I believe that you will. Stay strong and keep fighting, and you'll win in the end :)

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