Soccer icon, Mo Isom, shares in her book,"Wreck My Life," her journey from being broken, struggling with an eating disorder, and suicide to finding her true self-worth.
Doctors estimate that nearly five percent of teenage girls suffer from an eating disorder. For some, doctors can recommend a specialist in their hometown. For others, they need to go to a sort of "rehab" facility. Lorie Johnson has that story.
At 24 years old, Janie Burkett had a rap sheet longer than most career criminals. She failed numerous drug tests, ran around with the mafia, and had seventeen warrants for her arrest. But one day, Janie knew her life of crime had come to an end... after being sentenced to 40 years behind bars.
Amy Woods was once a healthy young woman -- and then she started losing sleep, her looks, and her mind. Amy didn't think there was anything wrong -- she just thought it was the price you had to pay to be perfect.
When her parents divorced, Andrea Logan White attempted to gain a sense of control by manipulating her weight through anorexia.
No matter how much weight she lost, she saw a fat girl in the mirror. And while the reflection in the mirror spurred her to lose more weight, she saw a message in a car window that changed her life.