Dramatic weight loss

This girl wanted to be a ballerina a little too much.

This girl’s case should be proof enough that nothing is more important than a person’s health. She wanted to be a ballerina but she was to heavy for the job, so she decided to starve herself to death in order to fulfill her dream. Unfortunately she went “a little” to far as she managed to go from 72 kg to 32 kg in just one year. She now has several medical conditions and her body can’t yet process firm food. It’s not yet certain if she’ll ever be a normal person again.









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  • Argo Posted on March 14, 2008

    Tragic.. she was so beautiful.

  • billy Posted on March 14, 2008

    Thanks for sharing, I show things like this to my daughter, to help teach her perspective, and help keep her in the middle of the road, and away from the extremes.

  • Terry Posted on March 14, 2008

    Please be strong and get better. You are too beautiful to die this way.
    God Bless you..

  • Frank Posted on March 14, 2008

    lol What a tool.

  • me Posted on March 15, 2008

    I see some chubby spots still.

  • Mel Posted on March 15, 2008

    I hope you can beat this, Dreams sometimes cannot be worth sacrificing your life for, your family must be worried sick, and they are worth more than dancing………….

  • Hugh Jardon Posted on March 16, 2008

    Finally, she’s hot! She still has a little work to do on the treadmill, and cut out the snacks, but she’s looking good!

  • Chris Relko Posted on March 16, 2008

    Nice work! Go hve a Big Mack or two. Dumbass.

  • Taylor Posted on March 16, 2008

    This is tragic. The was pretty…

  • aBomv Posted on April 5, 2008

    This is NOT tragic! This is is just some stupid bitch who deserves what she got. I hope she recovers but if not oh well. Natural Selection.

  • Sky Dizzle Posted on June 18, 2009

    This woman probably suffers from sever Body Dysmorphic Disorder. I suffer from it but not to this extent. At least I can maintain a grasp on reality by knowing that what I think is wrong. Its a weird disorder because you always look the same in the mirror no matter what. I went from being 170lbs(skinny for me), to 310lbs. (super fat), down to 200lbs (muscular) and through the entire 7 year roller coaster of weight gain and loss I never saw a difference in my body in the mirror. The only way i could tell is by looking at photographs. And no, I didnt get surgery. I lost it the good ol’ fashioned way by dieting and exercising. Praise be to Jenny Craig.