Troian Bellisario de Pretty Little Liars habla sobre sus problemas con la anorexia
Algo que probablemente no sabías es que Troian Bellisario luchó y se sobrepuso a un desorden alimenticio cuando era más joven. ¡Estámos orgullosos de ti Troi!
En un anuncio de ATTN (un servicio público de votación), la estrella de Pretty Little Liars se abrió y habló sobre su lucha con la anorexia durante su infancia, mientras explicaba cómo era una persona 'feliz' y 'despreocupada' antes de enfermarse.
La chica de 31 años reveló: "Con la anorexia, se trata de aparentar que todo está bien, mientras te estás matando lentamente".
"Atrás quedaron los días donde era una niña feliz, despreocupada, corriendo por todos lados y de pronto sentí esta incapacidad de interactuar con las personas y de alimentarme a mi misma".
Early detection, diagnosis and treatment of mental illness saves lives. It certainly saved mine. Thank you @attndotcom for asking me to share my story and share why voting in this election for a candidate that supports the treatment of mental Illness for those who can afford it and those cannot. For programs in schools to support students dealing with mental illness and for the continued support and treatment (without stigma) of adults to not just survive but thrive. Full video link in bio. Please vote #imwithher
Detectar su enfermedad a tiempo, así como el tratamiento que recibió, fue lo que salvó a Troian. "Si me hubieran dejado de lado, como si no tuviera 'problemas reales', no sé si estaría viva hoy", admitió.
My fellow Americans. I know we are tired of talking about it. I know that many of us who have made our decision are steadfast in their choice. But for those of you undecided voters. For those of you who are disappointed in these two candidates. For those of you who think it's okay to not participate in this election because you feel that the reality show of American democracy has shot itself in the foot and is slowly limping towards a shallow grave. I ask you: what kind of America you want to live in? Do you want to live in a country that doesn't tell women what to do with their own bodies? An America that is working to protect its environment, find solutions for cleaner energy and to support the plans set forth at the Paris Convention to preserve our planet for the generation of our children and our children's children. Do you want to live in an America that celebrates African American communities for their incredible achievements, their values, and their hard work rather than describing them as dangerous hell holes that have no hope of protecting themselves. What about working towards America that has the right to bear arms but takes that right as a serious responsibility compete with thorough background checks and safety measures in place to make sure that the citizen on citizen gun violence in our country begins to decline rather than continue to rise rapidly. An American were #blacklivesmatter and are protected equally to any other race in this country. An america were police are respected protectors who are vitally connected to their communities not afraid of them. An America that opens its doors to refugees and immigrants as it has always said it would do (since that is woven into the fabric of the foundation of our country). To me. That's the America I see in the years ahead. To me. The best way to achieve that future America is to elect @hillaryclinton to be our first female president. I have made my choice. Please. Make yours. Whatever America you see for the future. Vote for it. Don't let us color in the future for you. (Flag by Jasper Johns) peace. #vote #imwithHER
Agregando: "Sólo quiero asegurarme de que todos tengan la misma oportunidad de recibir un tratamiento como yo la tuve, y creo que tenemos que asegurarnos de que nuestro gobierno invierta en esos programas". ¡Aplausos!