The Pressure of the Media’s Unrealistic Body Image Standards

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It’s hard to be a woman. We’re told that we’re not good enough, or too this or too that and it never ends. There are so many things the media tells us about our bodies, but one of the most damaging is how we should look to be considered “beautiful.” In my opinion, the media has created an unrealistic body image standard for women. This blog post will explore some ways you can question…

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