After the crash happened, I was so humiliated and embarrassed. I thought of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, that they must hate me.
You don't have the judgment after you've had the drink. If something truly catastrophic had happened that evening, I don't know how I could have lived with myself. I feel like I've gotten a second chance.
Sometimes I forget about taking care of myself.
I will never have a drink and get behind the wheel of a car. It's not illegal to drink and drive, but there becomes a certain point where it does become a crime.
Anorexia is such a self-consuming, selfish disease. It's all about you. Becoming a mother, all of a sudden it wasn't about me anymore.
I'm not acting, but I am acting.
Anorexia, you starve yourself. Bulimia, you binge and purge. You eat huge amounts of food until you're sick and then you throw up. And anorexia, you just deny yourself. It's about control.
I'm the most cynical person, and I know what that sounds like when you say, I don't drink and drive, and I don't. But I know people look at that with skepticism, and I understand.
All I need to do to stay healthy is look at my three boys.
You can stay in therapy your whole life, but you've got to live life and not talk about life.
You can't enjoy life if you're not nourishing your body.
I've experienced the tabloids when I had anorexia.
I've been so in my moment about my life.
My body started to shut down. I got really, really ill. When you're starving yourself, you can't concentrate. I was like a walking zombie, like the walking dead. I was just consumed with what I would eat, what I wouldn't eat.
Alternative therapists don't kill many people, but they do make a great teaching tool for the basics of evidence-based medicine, because their efforts to distort science are so extreme.
I didn't think I was fat. I just thought I didn't need to gain any weight. But I would drop weight and then I would be comfortable with that number. Then I would lose more weight and that would become my new number.
I had a very public battle with anorexia.
I don't believe things happen in vain. I believe they happen for a reason.
I'm not a religious person. I'm Catholic, so I consider myself more of a spiritual person. I believe in God.
I have faith in the justice system, and what will happen will happen. I'm just trying to do the right thing.
I knew that by getting behind the wheel of the car and having had something to drink, the responsibility laid on my shoulders.
Our family has gone through a very difficult time. My husband and I have taken the brunt of it. I've never known what it truly felt like to be so sad and desperate inside.
You can never prepare yourself enough to see your mug shot and DUI.
When I was 19 years old, I came down with anorexia. I had it for about a year before it became public. And it had a lot to do with my self-esteem.
Life comes full circle.
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