body image


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body image

n.
One's subjective perception of one's physical appearance.

body image

n
(Psychology) psychol an individual's concept of his or her own body
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Parents hoping to raise teenagers with positive body image just might find helpful tools in the kitchen every morning.
Keywords: Acne vulgaris, body image, weight, attribution, appearance, life satisfaction, rejection sensitivity.
BODY image, or how we think and feel about our physical appearance, can play a big role in our mental health and general wellbeing.
Negative body image can lead to depression BODY image, or how we think and feel about our physical appearance, can play a big role in our mental health and general wellbeing.
The charity's management staged an event at their base on Irish Street on Monday, with a focus on their theme of body image.
A charity polled Scots youths aged 10 to 19 to examine the impact of body image issues on mental health - the theme of Mental Health Awareness Week 2019.
A new group will advise the Scottish Government on how to promote and achieve a healthy body image to help tackle Scotland's mental health crisis.
A new group is to examine how body image impacts on young people's mental wellbeing.
JUST over one in eight British adults has experienced suicidal thoughts or feelings because of their body image, a new survey has found.
[USA], Mar 22 (ANI): A family that eats together, stays together, and now, according to a recent study, consistently eating breakfast as a family can also promote positive body image for children and adolescents.
Cancer treatment may result in major changes to the body image due to the lack of an episode, malformation, ulcers, or physical changes.
Researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and Harvard University say nearly 10 percent of men surveyed had a body image disorder, believing they were too fat and wanted to be fitter.