Do You Hate Your Body Or Some Part Of It?

Sometimes we get so focused on the parts of our bodies that we wish we could change that we forget to recognize how amazing we are. 

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il y a 2 ans

As you learn in this video, it is all too easy to buy into the belief that your body is just not good enough—like you need to constantly change what you look like just to fit into an ideal of beauty. And sometimes we get so focused on the parts of our bodies that we wish we could change that we forget to recognize how amazing we are.

This video presents five steps you can take to quiet the unhealthy negative thoughts about your shape and size and, instead, learn to appreciate the body you have and boost your self-esteem in the process.

Note: This video was originally created to support youths with body image concerns, with mention of resources for youth. The material, however, applies to anyone of any age.

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Do You Hate Your Body Or Some Part Of It?

Dernière mise à jour il y a 2 ans

As you learn in this video, it is all too easy to buy into the belief that your body is just not good enough—like you need to constantly change what you look like just to fit into an ideal of beauty. And sometimes we get so focused on the parts of our bodies that we wish we could change that we forget to recognize how amazing we are.

This video presents five steps you can take to quiet the unhealthy negative thoughts about your shape and size and, instead, learn to appreciate the body you have and boost your self-esteem in the process.

Note: This video was originally created to support youths with body image concerns, with mention of resources for youth. The material, however, applies to anyone of any age.