The woman lost 150 pounds. Only being bullied on the Internet and gaining weight again – ‘I was threatened with death’

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In 2015, the lighthearted Instagrammer Stephanie Seabrook was spreading the virus on her stomach by writing down the grim comments she had heard about her weight. Then she had her skin removed and initially received thousands of support comments, but a few weeks later, she was accused of taking her pictures.
“At first I tried to get rid of it without thinking about it, but it started getting worse and more frequent,” Seabrook, 30, told people online bullies.
She found that a girl she met on Instagram was actually taking pictures and Posting them everywhere to promote hateful comments.
“I have a death threat and people say I should kill myself because I’m pathetic,” Mr. Sebrook said. “They think I’m a liar and a liar when I just want to be loved and accepted like everyone else.”
Caught in the “can’t handle” emotional state, their comments, Seabrook began to regain 150 pounds. She lost.
She said: “I became very depressed, I can’t to everyone that my weight is increasing, because I think I have the responsibility to there for those who say they can provide service to contact with me.” “I don’t want to let them down.”
Unsure where to start, Seabrook did start taking pictures of herself, saying it would stop her followers from leaving. Instead, “it makes everything worse ten times.”
She decided to close her Instagram account completely and reach out to her therapist, family and friends. Despite the ordeal, Seabrook says she’s in a better place and appreciates what she’s been through.
“It makes me a stronger person and a stronger woman,” she said. “In hindsight, it made me feel good about my identity, no matter what people think of me, what really matters is what I think of myself.”


After inauguration day in 2017, Seabrook in about nine months later, with a whole body picture and an honest posts to restart her account, to know what happened and how she is to regain the 100 – pound.
“I say this is where I am, and that’s who I am, and you can accept it or not,” she said. “I have been working hard to improve self worth and self love, and realized that even if someone gains weight has nothing to do with health and health, it is also associated with what was happening in their lives, sometimes it doesn’t matter.”
“I say this is where I am, and that’s who I am, and you can accept it or not,” she said. “I have been working hard to improve self worth and self love, and realized that even if someone gains weight has nothing to do with health and health, it is also associated with what was happening in their lives, sometimes it doesn’t matter.”
“The opening of Instagram helped me to open up in real life. “In front of the people I know, there are thousands of people who have given me the power to do this in front of me,” she said. “There is a sense of freedom and peace, and when you show the world who you are, you don’t fear being laughed at. I’m comfortable with myself. “

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