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This Teenage Girl Nearly Died In An Attempt To Be Popular

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At 16 years old, Ellen Lietzow suffered from anorexia and the eating disorder nearly took her life. After a three year struggle, she managed to win the fight against the disease. Now 19 years old, the young girl is inspiring millions of young women with her recovery story.
When Lietzow was in elementary school she was bullied for her weight. Kids were cruel and called her a ‘fat whale’. But once she started swimming competitively, she started to slim down and things were changing.
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At 16 years old, Ellen Lietzow suffered from anorexia and the eating disorder nearly took her life. After a three year struggle, she managed to win the fight against the disease. Now 19 years old, the young girl is inspiring millions of young women with her recovery story.
When Lietzow was in elementary school she was bullied for her weight. Kids were cruel and called her a ‘fat whale’. But once she started swimming competitively, she started to slim down and things were changing.
Once she stopped the sport, she was worried that she would gain back the weight she had lost. In an interview with the Daily Mail Australia, Lietzow admitted that she didn’t want to get bullied again. ‘I had a fear that I would gain weight again after being verbally and physically abused in high school,’ she said.
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Once she stopped the sport, she was worried that she would gain back the weight she had lost. In an interview with the Daily Mail Australia, Lietzow admitted that she didn’t want to get bullied again. ‘I had a fear that I would gain weight again after being verbally and physically abused in high school,’ she said.
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