Depression was ruining this social media star's life. This is how she beat it

TORONTO -- A Canadian social media influencer has learned that even online, honesty is the best policy.

It wasn’t that long ago that Caitlin Fladager was on the path to internet fame. She had hundreds of thousands of followers, had made appearances on American television, and had even been approached about a product placement deal.

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