18 years old, 0 pregnancies, 0 babies

“If you wouldn’t mind, I’d like people to know that these pictures were taken after gaining twenty pounds! I was bulemic for four years, and I just want people to know that it’s possible to recover AND love your new, healthy body! I weigh 145 pounds, and I absolutely love my belly!”


Filed under 0 babies, 0 pregnancies, Born in the 1990's, Eating disorder (or recovering/recovered), Maiden

15 responses to “18 years old, 0 pregnancies, 0 babies

  1. Arinn

    Congratulations on your recovery!! So glad to hear you are happy with yourself<3

  2. Julie

    Your belly looks like mine! I’m a 21 year old recovered anorectic and I love recovery more than I ever thought I could. Your body is BEAUTIFUL, and so is mine! Congratulations!

  3. jenn

    what a beautiful belly!

  4. I’m SO happy for you and your recovery! I too suffered from an eating disorder. Well, I can’t say I’m fully recovered because food and weight and body image constantly plague my mind every waking moment but I am doing much better than I was. Your tummy looks very similar to mine! Finally someone who has a similar tummy to me! Your belly is just GORGEOUS! It’s SO ADORABLE! Thanks so much for posting this! ❤

  5. I think I may also post pics of my own tummy because you give me the strength and courage to do so!

  6. Ruth

    Your so beautiful! My belly is smaller but i still find you look better. Im not saying being thinner is better because it isnt but i keep wanting to be thin and starving myself and its worked but i still dont look as good as you do. Gosh i dont know if that even makes sense.

  7. Gaia

    I am 54 years old. My belly looks like yours. I have tried all my life to erase it by starving and exercising, but it is a survivor. I am now trying the most radical thing of all. Loving it. Thank you for posting a picture of your belly. My belly says hello!

  8. Flo

    I am recovering from anorexia and my belly is very similar to yours! I’ve been feeling a bit worried about it but after seeing how beautiful your body is I feel so much better – you look fantastic. Really gorgeous 🙂

  9. badboy4u@aol.com

    Bones don’t jiggle! Jiggle Jiggle!

  10. Erin

    It’s great to see someone who looks like me! You look great! 🙂

  11. Krystle

    I do love you’re belly, and I love that you overcame such a thing! I too have had to come through that and wondered if it was normal for my body to look the way it does.. Now I know it’s not abnormal and it doesn’t look at all the way I thought it did, it’s very pretty actually (funny how you don’t see things the same on yourself as on others). Good job and keep up the good work

  12. Serena

    You belly looks like mine 🙂 Recovering bulimic too and it is so good to see that I am not alone, I am not “abnormal” and we are all beautiful.

  13. Maddie

    As a recovering bulimic and anorexic I just want to say how great you look and how happy and proud I am for you! My stomach looks the same shape and I’ve actually gained about 25 lbs..It makes me sad sometimes and gives me relapsing thoughts but I can happily say how proud I am of myself and you should be fucking proud for yourself too! Keep going ❤

  14. Eggman

    This belly is so beautiful. But even a slightly larger/rounder belly, even a snail-trailed belly, I can tell you as a man that your belly would be so loved, and you needn’t be so self conscious – all of you. All most of us men are thinking about is whether YOU are judging our bodies, most of time, and totally feeling blessed that you even want to share your divine female body with our hairy grumpy selves ;p

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