Valerie Bertinelli gets emotional as she talks about negative body image

Valerie Bertinelli talks about her body image issues. The One Day At A Time actress, 61, shared a touching video the Thursday before the holiday, in which she spoke emotionally about her issues with her body image, crying, admitting that she was just trying to be “positive and full of joy.”

“I’m standing in the rain doing my best to distract my mind from the spiral into a place of self-loathing, because I saw a picture of myself today that made me want to do it,” she began. “I’m not where I want to be right now, physical wise. I don’t know if I ever will be, but when I see it right in front of me, it really sends me down that path. I do my best to be positive and full of joy and I hope my body will do the same. Likewise. I’m not there yet.”

Concentrating, Bertinelli said she didn’t want to “focus on all my shortcomings, flaws, and imperfections”, adding that everyone should give themselves “permission to feel joyful, to deliberately engage with the subject and remember to be grateful.” The Hot in Cleveland star concluded, “I am grateful, even through all this mess. Because there is always something good in all this mess.”

In July, the Food Network star spoke openly about her body image after she saw comments about her weight on social media from someone who “decided to stress that I need to lose weight.” Bertinelli a plaisanté: « Parce que tu vois, je n’ai pas de balance ou je n’ai pas de vêtements que j’essaie de mettre tous les jours, et je n’ai pas de miroirs donc je ne vois pas ce que I became. So I needed this help to tell me I needed to lose weight. “

She continued that if she was able to lose weight and keep it off, she would, but she “hasn’t worked at this in my whole life…at 61 and I still struggle with it.” [it]. Do you think I’m not tired, madam? The Valerie’s Home Cooking star then asked where the sympathy was on social media, adding that the comment “wasn’t really helpful.” Are we tired of exposing women?! “

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