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Anorexia: Isabelle Caro, French actress – Dead at 28 (Video)

Isabelle Caro, French actress and model, whose anorexic image appeared in a shock Italian ad campaign, has died at the age of 28. Caro struggled against this weight related disease from the age of 13. Photos of Isabelle, show how the ravages of this serious illness. Her death was kept a secret for more than a month. While we may not be battling anorexia, let us pause and consider how obsessed we are – individually and collectively – with the idea of excess pounds. And as we form our list of resolutions for 2011, let’s consider taking ‘weight loss’ off our list and perhaps replacing it with ‘balance, health and harmony.’ If you were to erase ‘weight loss’ from your list, what might you put in its place? Spread the word … NOT the icing!Janice TaylorWeight Loss Success Coachwise * fun * utterly useful———————————Curious about coaching? Janice Taylor can help you live your best life! Write Janice!

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  • http://www.BloomLifeDesign.com/blog Amy

    Thank you for sharing. This was very powerful.

  • Kathy

    The links in this story have all been averted by BING. I don’t care about Mazda or photo framers in my area.

  • Your Name

    I would add balance diet,balance it all.thanks Janice,this is great and amazing topic,weightloss is weight balance now a days,lol.we learn from other people’s experience,like the late Ms.Caro,we can’t be obsessed to anything,that’s powerful lesson to learn today.and that’s true,that’s right,that’s called balance.thanks!

  • pcw

    This is horribly sad! I am a massage therapist and I have one female client who is seriously anorexic. After working on her a few times I felt like I had to say something to her. She assured me that she was under a doctor’s care but my instincts told me she wasn’t being upfront and was in serious denial. After that talk she disappeared,I have not seen her since. I am hoping she is OK but may never know what really happened. I just hope she did get help and is on the road to recovery. Please if any of you reading this are in this situation, please get help! There is no shame in it, there are people willing to help you!

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