1. I am overwhelmed by the LOVE from everyone. Thank you for the support! It really means so much to me. Thank you for sharing your stories. It helps so many people to know they are not alone in the struggles of life. I love you all so much. Sorry the camera is so shaky, btw. I shot this on my iphone which was not the smartest move. Our other vlog cam has built in stabilizer which really helps with the shakes. Next time, I'll use that instead. When you are holding a camera up for long periods of time it is hard not to shake also doesn't help if you are crying the whole time 😉

  2. This is one of my absolute favorite videos you have ever done. A much needed light of hope for the journey I have to come. I wish you the very best and thank you so much for your inspiration, Corinne.

  3. I'm turning 39 this June, and I'm not straight edge or anything. But living in New Orleans and dating a musician, being friends with djs and bartenders… it just became… too big of a thing in my life. So i stopped the almost daily stuff. Even if out at bars visiting with friends. And now I only drink ln special occasions. Its been a huge difference. There's nothing wrong with drinking… but finding the line between healthy and, well, unhealthy lol, is an important thing.

    Kudos to you for being open and honest while making an effort to remove influences from your life so you could find out what's going on in your world.

    Sharing is caring always registers as a physical statement. But sharing your truth is a way of caring that lasts longer than a handful of chips, you know?

    Thanks for caring about us.

  4. I know I'm kinda late but I wanted to write that anyways. First of all, just to make you aware of your range – I'm from Poland. Hello fellow onions! Even ppl from that rabbit hole watch you. But down to business. I have been struggling to lose weight for my whole life. Three years ago I lost about 20 kilos (no idea how much it is in pounds but it's a lot of weight loss) but then I started noticing that I'm pretty damn depressed and just don't see the point of living anymore. I didn't do anything with it and two years passed, I gained a lot of weight bc of my mental illness I tried to take my own life twice but thankfully – never succeeded. Now I'm on some pills to help me out but the side effect of using them is a large gain of weight. I've been trying to lose it, but the problem was I couldn't stop eating so much that I ended up with eating disorder. Today, after few months of smaller gain of weight (but still) I accually felt like it is possible. I am so proud of you for doing what you do. You're such an inspirational and strong woman. I truly wish you the best ❤️

  5. I’m new to you and your channels….so far I’m loving your real ness in this video! Side note, I love Asheville and visit alllll the time. Maybe one day I’ll see you and be a weird fan girl…a 42 year old fan girl…xo!

  6. You're very strong for telling us all about your struggles in life. I think we can all relate to one or two things. Personally, my biological dad died last year of lungcancer after most of his life smoking. I didn't grow up with him but it still hit me really hard, harder than I thought it would, and I cried like a baby. Afterwards it generally made me more emotional and sensitive so I cry alot more than I used to.
    Thank you for sharing Corinne

  7. Corinne I'm so proud of you for making this video. Instead of you pushing away what you felt and how you felt and what happened back then when you used drugs and alcohol you decided to help yourself and rob is doing it with you. You inspire me so much from this video that I've decided to change things in my life for the benefit for me and the people around me. IM SO PROUD OF YOU!!!!!!!

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