LeAnn Rimes Needs Self-Reflection, Not Surgery Or Mac & Cheese
Posted on Tue Jun 21, 2011 08:22 AM PDT
I just saw the photo LeAnn Rimes Tweeted and in my opinion there is no way that is a natural, healthy, athletic look. That long sinewy look is a pretty indicative of not being healthy and not eating, in my opinion.
I'm not a doctor and don't claim to be but I have dealt with many anorexics one of them being Portia de Rossi, during her time of anorexia. In fact I was the trainer who told her I couldn't train her anymore when I could see something was wrong and I suggested she get help. She was in deep denial at the time, but eventually came clean after many years of hard work and self-reflection. Not only did she write a beautiful book about her disease, she came to terms with her illness and now lives a very happy, positive life with no skeletons in her closet.
That being said, I think LeAnn Rimes needs to self-reflect. The unfortunate part is the only one she's hurting is herself and she's disappointing her fans. She is very defensive about what people are saying and making statements like "I ate macaroni and cheese this morning," etc... As well as Tweeting her calorie count. Is that really necessary? She should and can do what she wants, but the bottom line is her body has changed since she graced the cover of SHAPE and FITNESS magazines -- and not for the better. At that time, on those covers, she looked amazing and healthy and toned. I wish she would find her way back to that look.