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LaurenLauren from Atlanta wrote on June 17, 2013 on 6:27 pm:
This was such a powerful movie for me and really changed my life , I saw it for the first time in treatment and it was a turning point of my treatment , struggling for over 10 years , I had never related to something so strongly . Melissa saved and changed my life.
SarahSarah wrote on May 3, 2013 on 2:53 pm:
I heard your story on NPR and was shocked - I never knew that electrolyte imbalances could give you a heart attack no matter how long you've been purging. Knowing this I think I can examine and tackle my relapse more realistically
CherylCheryl wrote on April 30, 2013 on 3:31 am:
Thank you for turning the loss of your beautiful daughter Melissa into a movie to help so many other parents trying to help their daughter survive and heal from this illness. Your dedication and kind soul meant so much to me as it came through in your response email during our crisis this past weekend when I reached out to you in my desperate email for support and guidance. God Bless You and your family always as we begin the battle and journey beside our bulimic/anorexic daughter.
ErinErin wrote on March 8, 2013 on 1:04 pm:
I want to thank you for sharing Melissa's story so candidly. It was a powerful experience honestly showing the truth of this disease's severity. I know Melissa will change the lives of others.

Again, thank you. "Everybody knows Somebody" is just too true to be ignored.
JordynJordyn wrote on March 5, 2013 on 5:57 pm:
I ran across this on Facebook. I am currently seeking recovery from an ED of 10 years. I am so thankful for the resources that are out there and to know I no longer have to battle alone.
SaschaSascha wrote on February 22, 2013 on 4:30 am:
I am so moved by this beautiful story! She is certainly changing lives and bringing hope!
MarindaMarinda wrote on January 20, 2013 on 1:36 am:
I just came upon this site from a link I saw on facebook. I'm about to "celebrate" my first year of bulimia, and I always like knowing I'm not alone in this struggle. Your site is a blessing to have come across.
BrandyBrandy wrote on June 22, 2012 on 6:02 am:
I came accross Melissa's story while do research for an upcoming presentation about Eating Disorders, specifically bulimia. I must stay that I have been immensely moved by your strength and advocacy efforts. I'm looking forward to bringing hosting a screening at my university in the near future.
PamPam wrote on June 21, 2012 on 11:34 pm:
As a mother of a teenage daughter who battled anorexia, I want to say thank you for making this movie. Having only watched the trailer, I can imagine how powerful the movie is. Melissa was a beautiful girl, and I know she would be so proud of you for doing this and getting the message out there.
carinacarina wrote on June 1, 2012 on 3:00 am:
this movie was beautiful, never have I ever cried so much from a film. This movie made me reach out for more help even though ive been strugling for 4 years already. such a beautiful beautiful movie of a beautiful girl

Someday Melissa is now available from NEDA for screenings or purchase.