We can’t even imagine our entire lives being in the public eye. We can’t imagine telling the world our deepest and darkest secrets. It’s a scary thing to be that vulnerable and allow people into your life.
TikTok star Remi Bader has made a name for herself with her realistic try-on hauls, her work for size acceptance, and just being an all around relatable person. She’s allowed her followers into her life and made them feel as if she’s their friend.
And we love her her for that.
The star opened up this week about starting a six-week outpatient program for binge eating. She will be spending hours at the program a few days a week.
“I’ll be eating there, I’ll be participating in all their different therapies that they have,” she said. “I’m really hoping that I have positive feedback for you guys where I can really feel better about myself and share everything I’ve learned with all of you.”
The three minute announcement spoke openly about how she feels and how she came to this decision for her care.
“The past year and a half, I can’t even explain how happy I am that I’ve gotten to the point where I am, that this is my life and this is my job,” she said in the clip, which was posted to TikTok and her Instagram stories. “But the past few months I almost started feeling… that things are getting worse for me. How I feel about myself, my body, my confidence, and obviously a lot of that has to do with my binge eating.”
She went on to say, “I know you always say I don’t need to make videos every day, but the video part is what makes me the happiest. I don’t know why that is, that through a camera I feel better, but it’s more those feelings that I have about myself when I’m alone with myself. When I’m eating, when I’m getting ready to go somewhere, when I’m looking at myself.”
“I should feel the best when I’m alone, I shouldn’t feel the best just based on what other people are thinking about me and through this app,” she continued.
We’re so thankful for Remi being so transparent and are wishing her the best. She deserves nothing less. We’re sending all the love and support in the world.