This publish comprises dialogue of consuming problems and physique picture points.
Julie defined why she thinks she struggled as a teen. “I interpreted being messy or making errors or having an ass or like fats popping out of the highest of your denims [as] an emblem that you just could not include your self,” she mentioned.
“That you just have been an excessive amount of, and that to be good meant staying contained in the strains — actually and figuratively,” Julie continued. “Maintaining it tight. And that is my angle: tight.”
“And by the way in which, that isn’t enjoyable. It is not a enjoyable solution to dwell.”
Julie additionally remembers “struggling” and “not liking that feeling of adjusting” when it got here to puberty. “We did not speak about something, and it simply form of felt like…soiled,” she remembered.
“And I noticed, once you’re actually ravenous, you haven’t any emotions. It is sort of superb. The physique goes, ‘We do not have time for that.’ So I feel it was a coping mechanism.”
Julie is the guardian to a few kids, together with her 13-year-old twins John and Gustav — and throughout the interview with Tamron, she remembered being body-shamed after giving start to them.
“I had my twins in 2009, and I used to be in Hawaii taking pictures Trendy Household…lower than a 12 months later,” she recalled. “I used to be working and breastfeeding, and I jumped within the ocean with my husband on the time sporting a bikini — nobody was round — and by the point we obtained as much as the room, there had been paparazzi like within the rocks hidden away, and it was the nastiest.”
“Like, ‘What’s unsuitable along with her? That is disgusting.’ Individuals circling my stomach and my boobs and [saying], ‘That is nasty.'”
“I felt like I had achieved one thing unsuitable. Like anyone took an image of you in your most non-public second. And [the paparazzi] had no concept my physique simply did one thing fucking superb.”