The neuroscience of body image, self-worth and identity.
We all want to feel good about ourselves and be liked in a world obsessed with appearance. We give it value, our bodies become objectified, and it can affect our well-being.
We all know that body image at its best is subjective, variable, relative, and unrealistic: and at its worst it can cause self harm, anorexia, body dysmorphia, ….
We know it, but still feel and behave differently.
How do you think you look?
And how do you feel about it?
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