Emilie Voe Nereng: – Rest in the fridge

Emilie Voe Nereng: – Rest in the fridge

In August, it was reported that food influencer and former blogger Emily Vu Neering, 26, and her fiancé, Torger Glumnis Johansen They went their separate ways.

Nereng himself shared the news on Instagram. In the period following the breach The ex-couple sold their shared apartmentand the same influencer has purchased a new place to live in Grünerløkka in Oslo.

Negatively used food

For several years now Nyering has been Norway’s biggest blogger, but in recent years she has become known as a food influencer and among other things she has over 200,000 followers on Instagram where she posts recipes regularly.

sincere: Emily Neering, formerly known as “Foo,” hasn’t learned to deal with ugly comments. Reporter: Bjorn Ecker. Video: Selena Morkin
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Marking World Mental Health Day on Monday, October 10, the influencer shared a heartfelt post. Neering wrote in the post that while she didn’t like it, she wasn’t able to “avoid using food in a negative way” after the breakup in August.

“When it got too much for me, I found solace in the fridge. Sounds corny and stupid, but whatever it was, I felt that way. I could stand there for hours and eat without feeling full,” she wrote.

Dagbladet has been in contact with Emilie Voe Nereng, who does not wish to comment further on the case, but is aware that the case is under discussion.

“For me, shame was probably the worst — that, with a background in nutrition, I didn’t know better and lacked self-control,” Neering wrote, describing it as a sad pattern.

In the post, it appears that the same influencer quickly contacted a psychologist for help in dealing with emotions in a different way. However, Neering asserts that everything gets better when she herself does, and that food now has “restored its original function” in everyday life.

good girl: Emily Vaux-Nering was surprised to see herself in the Compagnie Lauritzen. Video: Stephen Petersen. Reporter: Selena Morkin.
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The 26-year-old doesn’t hide that she finds it hard to share, but in conclusion, Nering writes that she believes the experience has made her a better, more human-friendly nutritional advisor.

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