MY EATING DISORDER, BRAIN INJURY, & BULLYING - MY STORY

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"Today I'm talking about my brain injury, my past eating disorder, and my experiences with bullying. These are all sensitive topics, but I'm so glad I'm finally sharing this video with you!!! I hope my story can help inspire some of you - please remember that you are BEAUTIFUL just the way you are, and if you're struggling with anything, you're not alone!! I love all of you SO much!! xx Clarissa May


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