Parents Speak About Daughter’s Eating Disorder

“When you have a child….the biggest fear is that you could lose that child.” These are the words of the mother of Kayli, a Youtube star who was also a sufferer of anorexia and bulimia. Kayli makes Youtube tutorial videos about how to do hair and makeup and is a bright, bubbly girl with blonde hair and blue eyes. However, in this video, she isn’t talking about how to create perfect prom hair. She sits down with her parents and explores the beginning of her eating disorder and lets her parents tell their side of the story.

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