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Nobody likes a 'fat-talker': Women who are critical of their own bodies are less liked by peers... while overweight people happy with their size are more popular

Nobody likes a 'fat-talker': Women who are critical of their own bodies are less liked by peers... while overweight people happy with their size are more popular | Bulimia | Scoop.it
Research took place in the Body Image and Eating Disorder Lab at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, America.

Via Griffin Adkins
Michael Johnson's insight:

Girls that think about themselves are just way to over dramatic.  This is good for girls that think about their own body size a lot to read.  Because it is true that girls that are not thinking bout there body size are more fun to be with.  Girls that think about there body size are no fun to be with because they act weird and different like they are never comfortable with themselves.

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Evan Keller's curator insight, February 27, 9:24 AM

article on reasons why eating disorders impact ones life

Bryannarichardson's curator insight, February 27, 11:57 AM

This is why girls change the way they look is because women are critical about their size. Girls have to help themselves and not let this stuff get to them.

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Five Tips to Help You Learn Self Love While Trying to Recover

Five Tips to Help You Learn Self Love While Trying to Recover | Bulimia | Scoop.it
Many people who struggle with an eating disorder have body image issues and low self-esteem.

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Michael Johnson's insight:

People with low self esteem need to read this to help them out.  We do not want kids to not be motivated to help their disorders.  These disorders are very serious and something that needs to be taken seriously and needs to be treated.

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Ke'Asia Guinyard's curator insight, February 27, 6:30 PM

Many people who have eating disorders have body issues and low self-esteem. There are many ways to yourself grow more comfortable with your body. Fall in love with yourself and eliminate self criticism, acknowledge your effects and stay positive, let go of your worries and trust in yourself, be honest with yourself and learn to forgive yourself, express gratitude and learn to see beauty.

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Nobody likes a 'fat-talker': Women who are critical of their own bodies are less liked by peers... while overweight people happy with their size are more popular

Nobody likes a 'fat-talker': Women who are critical of their own bodies are less liked by peers... while overweight people happy with their size are more popular | Bulimia | Scoop.it
Research took place in the Body Image and Eating Disorder Lab at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, America.

Via Griffin Adkins
Michael Johnson's insight:

Girls that think about themselves are just way to over dramatic.  This is good for girls that think about their own body size a lot to read.  Because it is true that girls that are not thinking bout there body size are more fun to be with.  Girls that think about there body size are no fun to be with because they act weird and different like they are never comfortable with themselves.

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Evan Keller's curator insight, February 27, 9:24 AM

article on reasons why eating disorders impact ones life

Bryannarichardson's curator insight, February 27, 11:57 AM

This is why girls change the way they look is because women are critical about their size. Girls have to help themselves and not let this stuff get to them.

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Full House Season 4 Episode 8 (Eating Disorder)

Full House Eating Disorder/Body Image.

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I picked this video because when people see something about eating disorders on the TV they will relate to it, help somebody out that they may know.  They also might become aware of the disorder if they have never heard of it before. 

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How the media influences body image perception — Eating Disorder Hope

How the media influences body image perception — Eating Disorder Hope | Bulimia | Scoop.it
Learn how the effects of media impact body image in women and men, and steps to promote self-love and self-esteem. Eating Disorder Hope offers free information on body image, anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorders.

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Michael Johnson's insight:

The media makes younger girls think that they have to look just like them in order to be pretty.  I believe that this is not good for our society.  It is making many girls have eating disorders because they think that they should be skinny. It is really sad to see this.

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Bryannarichardson's curator insight, February 27, 11:55 AM

The media is not helping us all make us beautiful or that is what they think but they are actually  making us teen girls they we should be just like them. We should have abs and a nice looking figure or have no acne on our faces. The media is just making it worst for all of us and you.

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16 Powerful Celeb Quotes About Body Image And Eating Disorders

16 Powerful Celeb Quotes About Body Image And Eating Disorders | Bulimia | Scoop.it
Inspirational celebrity quotes on eating disorders and body image, in honor of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week.
Michael Johnson's insight:

When people read something that a Celebrity posts it always sticks out and means more.  Because how many young teens listen to an artists and follow them? Exactly..if they were to read something their favorite artist wrote about a disorder they would read it and actually think about it.

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Four Things You Need to Know About Stress and Eating Disorders

Four Things You Need to Know About Stress and Eating Disorders | Bulimia | Scoop.it
While many develop an eating disorder due to negative body image issues and an unhealthy relationship with food, stress can also become a contributing factor.

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Michael Johnson's insight:

I picked this website because it relates stress to eating disorders, and stress is something very commonly seen in America.  I believe that this topic would stand out more to people because it is something that they can relate to.

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Ke'Asia Guinyard's curator insight, February 27, 6:14 PM

Stress is a big factor with people and eating disorders. Stress can contribute to the development of a eating disorder. Disordered eating patterns can cause your stress level to spike. College students are more likely to develop eating disorders. Sufferers of stress and eating disorders tend to keep their conditions a secret. People who struggle with eating disorders are highly prone to stress anyway.