Your body image is how and what you think and feel about your body. It includes the picture of your body that you have in your mind, which might or might not match your body’s actual shape and size. Unhealthy teenage body image is directly related to low self-esteem, which can lead to negative mood and mood swings. Young people who are feeling down are more likely to focus on the negative messages around them and make negative comparisons between their bodies and what they see as 'ideal' bodies.
Thore describes her battle with eating disorders, shame, body image, and fatness. Her candid storytelling embraces her body and rejects fatphobia and those who treat her differently for her body.
Rhiannon is on a mission to fight diet culture with evidence-based nutrition and build healthy relationships with food free from restriction.
Sydney, a young black female ballerina talks openly about mental health, body image, and her identity on her instagram page.
My Mad Fat Diary follows a 16-year-old who has just left a psychiatric facility and her struggles about her body, her love life, and many other parts of being a teenager.
When her mother sweeps her off to live in the city, Carmen finds that her old world is disappearing. As her life spirals out of control Carmen begins to take charge of the only thing she can -- what she eats.
Ashley Graham sits down with a true beacon of strength, Demi Lovato. Over the years, Demi has been incredibly inspirational through her transparency and mental health advocacy and in this video she tells all.
The Riverdale actress opened up about self-love at the Glamour 2018 Women of the Year Summit.
Zoella & Tyler Oakley talk about their bodies, their friendship, and so much more.
Marcela Sabiá is an instragram illustrator and motivational spokesperson whose kind and thoughtful comics and drawings show depedictions of body image concerns, self-love and many other things.
Go Ask Alice is a group of researchers out of Columbia University that is dedicating to answering questions about everything from depression to sex. They are focused on honest and digestible answers that are targeted towards teens and young adults. This specific seciton is about body image and disordered eating.
Young boys are often overlooked in these conversations, this article points out the importance of acknowledging all genders in conversations about eating and body image.