And when I say she is doing well, I mean she is eating well. She is not at ALL fat (so hey, screw you abusive stage mom) but she definitely isn't stick-thin and on the edge of death. (GOOD THING.) According to US Magazine:
I had body insecurities when I was younger. I still do. Every girl has insecurities - mine were heightened at the time because my mother wasn't supportive... Now, my sister is always making sure to tell me that I look beautiful... It's about learning to love yourself.
Loving yourself is good. Loving willpower is also good, but it's far more important to be happy than to be verbally abused about being fat by your stupid mother. ... okay, well I was going to give credit to myself for thinking of that but I guess it's just common sense. Regardless, good for you AW!