Fonda's Fight Against Bulimia



Jane Fonda willingly shares her 35 years struggle against bulimia with Montana State University's Girls for a Change Conference on February 12, 2005

Hollywood actress, Jane Fonda, has willingly shared her 35 years experience struggling against bulimia, which she used to think was the best way to gain a physical perfection, with Montana State University's Girls for a Change Conference held on February 12, 2005. Had to work hard over her life-long negative body image, Fonda pursued the audiences to start solving their problem, overcoming the "disease" and confronting the world on every level.

As quoted Fonda said "it's going to have to be the girls who do it." Thus all the girls should not make the same mistake with hers, who had mistook the physical hunger for spiritual hunger. Further, Fonda said that adolescent female should become aware of their body, yet not let them selves intimidated by any inadequacy feelings.

© AceShowbiz.com


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