Am I the only one to think this is slightly overblown? The majority of the list is just a bunch of random foods, most of which are healthy.. It doesn’t really say anything about “starving” or “losing weight” or being unhappy with her body. Based on her spelling, I doubt she knows what a “diyet” actually is and was just picking up on a word she’s heard commonly through society and advertising. I dunno, I’m glad her mom gave her the every body is beautiful chat, but I wouldn’t be that concerned if my kid wanted to eat fruits and drink several glasses of water and run around the driveway as long as she’s not actually concerned about her weight, which again, wasn’t even mentioned by the little girl. I used to write down random lists and say silly adult crap at this age and didn’t mean any of it, I just liked pretending to be older. I used to pretend I shaved my legs, say I had a “boyfriend” at school, or I’d even making fake “training plans” because I wanted to be like my favorite Olympic gymnasts and swimmers. Some of which included water drinking and fruit eating and “exercise” like doing 10 cartwheels or running up and down the yard racing my dog. I’m glad she talked it out with her kid, but I don’t think this was nearly as extreme as it was made to seem.