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  • Hello.

  • Um, Eugenia, there is no, like, physical way to contact you right now.

  • I know you're asking for privacy.

  • I don't even know if you're going to see this video.

  • But I do hope you see this video.

  • Um, eventually.

  • I just want to let you know that myself and so many others are rooting for you.

  • We care about you.

  • We love you.

  • And I truly hope the best for you.

  • And I'm so excited to see if you choose to share your journey.

  • Um, of what can be a very beautiful thing.

  • I want you to all take a look at these pictures.

  • So these photos we're looking at are from popular YouTube star Eugenia.

  • Her physical parents has sparked a wildfire of controversy.

  • Next up is someone that people want change.

  • Focus on immediately.

  • I'm talking about Eugenia Cooney.

  • Shane Dawson.

  • Please do a series on Eugenia Cooney.

  • There are so many questions from everyone that need to be answered.

  • I feel for her, I but she does not look good.

  • I mean, from a professional standpoint, I mean, she really looks emaciated.

  • You're my favorite skeleton girl.

  • Well, thank you.

  • Thank you, SSL.

  • I'll be a skeleton girl.

  • Skeletons are cool.

  • So thank you.

  • Huh?

  • What makes me happy?

  • Well, coming in here, talking to you guys makes me happy.

  • What happened with me?

  • I don't know what happened to me.

  • What do you mean?

  • What do the three meals a day challenges that challenge?

  • Guys, I'm really only subscribe because I'm waiting for yourself or die in starvation.

  • And what is that?

  • All somebody's user names.

  • Whatever.

  • Though you just wanna have, like, weird bad anyways, So obviously I don't want to go there.

  • I'm aware.

  • I know I owe so bad here.

  • I really do care about you, Gina.

  • Thank you.

  • I'm really worried for you and scared.

  • Oh, no.

  • Anything happens to you.

  • I'm very serious, E Like I feel like I'm sorry.

  • Although Eugenia herself has never admitted to anorexia or bulimia.

  • She has 4 to 2000 followers on Instagram.

  • And I guess some of her followers have admitted that they're jealous of her thin Look.

  • Your stomach is so what Oh, really like I've never tried to come on here like tell you guys like, Okay, this is my size.

  • And this should be your size too.

  • Well, I'm sure.

  • I'm sure you were gorgeous.

  • I'm sure everything about you, not one but four petitions have gone out there to shut down her social media accounts due to what those folks believe is her dangerous influence that she could be having on those potentially battling eating disorders.

  • I feel bad about everything.

  • Like, I don't know, like everyone that is mad at me.

  • No, I really don't mean the menu.

  • Guys upset ever, right?

  • Like, I just hope you understand that I never mean to, like, make people set like ever.

  • Do I really bad?

  • I know it doesn't seem like it, but I d'oh All right, Jane, this may be the one that I'm rooting for the most.

  • I'm invested.

  • Okay, So, Andrews, honest way, and we're going to be going thio Jenna Cooney's house.

  • Let me start from the beginning for maybe some of you guys that don't know like, first time on here.

  • I don't know what else to do, so But I have, like, this fellow over here, just in case you guys care.

  • So she started to six years ago, seven years ago.

  • Hi, guys.

  • As you can hopefully tell, I just got a new camera.

  • Ever since, she has been visibly thin, and as the years went on, she got lunch dinner and she never really talked about it.

  • Never went into detail, denied having an eating disorder.

  • You actually get a year's a history behind it.

  • There isn't really a story.

  • This is just kind of how my body is fully fine.

  • So don't worry.

  • I'm not like it or accept whatever.

  • I'm just kind of naturally skinny.

  • So you see, my doctor like, thinks I'm fine.

  • There's nothing wrong.

  • You're killing yourself.

  • I'm really not killing myself.

  • But she was confronted with it a lot.

  • I mean, every single comment on channel.

  • So many videos about weight, about how she's making other young girls want to be anorexic because of her.

  • And obviously there was.

  • A lot of people were using the situation for views for clicks, and you guys enjoy this video and what Eugene you to get healthy population on this video.

  • But then there was also a lot of people who care who wanted her to get help, people who are actually nice to her and are worried about her care about her.

  • You are young enough to turn this all around, Eugenia, I really hope you're okay.

  • I don't want to see somebody so good and kind and caring.

  • Just disappear.

  • So back in January, she posted a video and people were really scared for her.

  • And then she kind of disappeared with some believing she had passed away as her uploads got more spaced out.

  • And I think we all knew how things looked.

  • So I Yeah, I was freaking out.

  • Um, so I reached out to her, and she was like, I've been dealing with stuff, but I gonna get help.

  • And that was like, she's never, never, ever said that, you know, like, it was one of those things where she likes Can you document your road to recovery?

  • It would help a lot of people, you know, like in, like, recovery or anything like that.

  • Like I really like.

  • I don't really feel like I have to, like, go get help right now or anything, you know?

  • So for her to say that to me, I was like Like I just started crying.

  • And I was just My God, this is it.

  • 24 year old Eugenia Cooney announces she will be taking a break from YouTube and social media to focus on her health.

  • So now that she's out of her, wants to tell her story and she trusts me and knows that I love her.

  • So we're gonna do this right?

  • My hope and her hope is that this could help people.

  • So that's why we're doing this.

  • And I want to make sure I can somehow help come back and feel comfortable and hopefully have a chance to start this.

  • To me, feels like the most important thing I've ever done, like it feels very much like this is like, I don't want this.

  • I want I want to do this right?

  • Okay, let's do this.

  • You can tell what gets the most views.

  • A lot of videos that show her body.

  • Those are the ones that get the most views and, as a youtuber know, seeing comments of people going, just eat a burger on negligent by not addressing it.

  • If young people are going to watch her videos and potentially want to be first to come back to the question we've talked about in several different avenues, when is a creator?

  • When is a person responsible for what their audience.

  • Don't love.

  • Know what you think?

  • And one Hi there.

  • It's Katie again.

  • More.

  • We keep things secret, the more power they have over us because the one thing we don't want to do is not talk about it.

  • They can really be helpful for you to understand what they're experiencing summer room so that you could be better equipped to be supportive and not intrusive way.

  • Want to open the door for more conversation?

  • You don't want to force it.

  • And you don't want your daughter to feel like you're just hounding her.

  • Because what that does is it makes us retreat more, makes us worry.

  • And then we think that all your noticing all you care about is the food.

  • And it's not about.

  • It's actually about managing our emotions in a more healthy, constructive way because we need everybody involved to give us a great great support system to get a healthy mind in a healthy body.

  • Give a talk, wears person.

  • What are you doing?

  • No, don't do that.

  • What are you doing?

  • You're doing all right, guys.

  • Well, I'm really sorry.

  • I'm gonna go, So I know her lawyer is coming for a second.

  • But that's just because we have a release form that like to make sure you want a viable.

  • And I also don't want people think like I'm comment like, I know that she hasn't even just like, you know.

  • But I can tell you that our people often assume the units are only looking.

  • One way that is in disorder is just when people are too skinny and they need to eat a sandwich, get over it like that's what you hear.

  • Like that's, like complete misconception.

  • Admit right again nothing eating disorders are coping skills.

  • You know, this how to cope with what I'm going through.

  • So I'm just using food as a way to deal too much so But I don't know.

  • I don't know her story.

  • That something, too.

  • I don't think anybody really does.

  • You know, I don't know.

  • I have a lot of Okay, so I have a lot of questions about howto do this right and also like, not trigger people watching balls over her like cooking.

  • For example, if I walk in and like, I haven't seen her, if she don't come in, okay, Just pretend that sort of thing.

  • Okay, that's a man like, even if I was like, Oh, my God, you look so good.

  • You like That's gonna look like shit before, Like your brains like cakes.

  • Or if you're like, Oh, you look so healthy.

  • Her brain looks like you already did that to her because fuck pick.

  • So picture leaked.

  • So I was scrolling through Twitter, and I saw this picture of you Gina Cooney a few weeks ago.

  • And yo, that girl seems like she's actually recovering.

  • People were excited and they were posting, you know, kind of like getting, and I even sent her a text, and I was just like, hey, like, oh, my God, Like I cried looking the picture like, you look so healthy, so good.

  • I'm so proud of you.

  • Just don't thank you.

  • Like I didn't know he was gonna post that like whatever.

  • And now I'm like, Oh, fuck, you know that.

  • I mean, it was with the best intentions and people say stuff like that all the time.

  • I just know from my patients and viewers alike that, like Yuri deserters takes the information and turn it into an insult.

  • But that's not your fault.

  • You don't weigh just want to stay away from, like, any comment on how they look, which I know just it's hard, especially if you're like, Oh, my God, you look so good And we mean it in a very earnest like I'm so happy for you.

  • I was really worried away, but it could just be misconstrued taken into, like, eating disorder chaos e guess I just have so many questions.

  • That something to you.

  • I guess I'll just see how it goes like so many questions, just personally.

  • But I don't know which ones are over 70.

  • I don't get Why didn't she say things for so long?

  • Why was she suddenly all these people think you're You're such a horrible person.

  • But no, I don't find it years.

  • I want to know.

  • How did she do so much like, I don't know.

  • That's triggering to say that, but like I mean, she was walking.

  • She was holding a camera.

  • She was like running around high energy, happy all the time like she's what you saw.

  • Camera, though You mean like a lot of my patients who are underweight not doing well can do a lot in a short period of time you're pretty much running on adrenaline, and a lot of times when we have a meeting disorder that causes us to be underweight, our body runs on that.

  • I just assumed that was what was going on.

  • I don't know, but that might be why she was able to do more than way would think.

  • But I mean asking her that you could say, I mean, maybe the way to phrase things, first of all, talking to her time, seeing what she's comfortable sharing.

  • But I think maybe the way to phrase things is like, not how are you able to do X y Z?

  • It's more like Was it difficult keeping up with things?

  • Or was it easy versus like, this seems impossible.

  • That could be like I don't know, You know, she might not be so comfortable.

  • I don't know.

  • One thing I noticed while I was looking at all the videos on, I guess I'll find out when I see her tomorrow.

  • But like she changes her voice a lot.

  • Hi, guys, Eugenia.

  • So, like when I was going through, I was seeing like old videos where she had a deep voice.

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  • And then as the years went on, her voice got fire.

  • I just kind of got more, more like a character or something.

  • So I don't know Tomorrow if I'm gonna meet your real self, all the walls down, just being herself, I feel like a lot of people help them out, which is wonderful.

  • Or if I'm gonna meet character, I kind of like, not necessarily even like, which maybe is a coping thing.

  • I mean.

  • And also we can say that like most of us have, like on persona.

  • And we're feeling really Let's say you're sick and feeling like shit.

  • You know, you have to fill, you're gonna get a little more amped.

  • And I'm sure she's just trying to get more amped for it.

  • So I don't know.

  • It depends on how she's how she's doing and how comfortable she feels.

  • She might feel really uncomfortable put on, you know, the persona, which is fair.

  • I mean, the first time she's talking about it, and I should bring.

  • That's just her doing the best she can, you know.

  • But I would assume it's because it's hard, like we know It's hard she's doing.

  • I can't imagine sharing their personal of a story because people do want to hear your story, right?

  • It's not It's not too soon.

  • I know.

  • I mean, it's a lot to her.

  • Honestly, no one knows when it's okay for someone to tell something other than the person telling If she's been wanting to which it sounds like she has for a while, I think that's all good.

  • I don't want it.

  • I guess I'm just nervous toe like, Well, if I could interject for a second.

  • She said that she wanted you to, like, help her with this, right?

  • So you're just doing your best.

  • And you're just being there for her.

  • So yeah, I think if anybody could do it like you could, cause you know, like you've been there yourself.

  • Okay, Let me set you down, See if I can.

  • Here we go.

  • Hey, this is kind of weird.

  • She probably feels safer doing that with you, you know, versus on her own.

  • Yeah.

  • I think it would be helpful for people to see and hear about it from someone in it, you know, and to know that recovery is possible.

  • That's quote.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • What is that, you blueberry yesterday when I was, like, really doing research and just watching all of her older videos now, just like, Oh, my God, this is so intense.

  • And what am I doing?

  • Should I be the person doing this?

  • Like I'm not hope for?

  • I'm not Dr Phil.

  • Who's here?

  • Oprah.