Wei-Wei

thin.

In Uncategorized on May 27, 2010 at 9:38 am

i’m sorry i’m asking you to skip so much.

skip to 8 minutes.

watch the rest of this documentary if you have time.

don’t watch it if you think it’s triggering.

it is.

part 1: (skip to 8 minutes)

part 2: (watch to 2.15)

the girl who talks about her kids is called Alisa

she taught me a lesson.

i need to watch this again. i need to learn again

what really matters to me.

i don’t want to be like brittany (the 15 year old).

as horrible as that sounds, but i don’t want to be like her.

i want to be stronger than her.

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  1. ive watched that whole documentary before. it still shocks me that alisa seems so strong sometimes but as soon as she got home, she purged. i agree though, brittany – i dont want to be like her either.

    • Alisa shocked me, too. I admired her a lot before that. I still do (I actually think she is really pretty) but I had a feeling that she was recovering for her “image”… which is sort of pointless. Sort of sad.

  2. This is horribly sad, and it really connects with me. I get chills when I watch this documentary. You are stronger than her already, because see your weakness. I wish you the best. ❤

    • Me too. It’s rather triggering sometimes but I do watch it for the educational aspect and also to remind myself that I need to be stronger than these girls. Thanks for you wishes 🙂

      Wei-Wei

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