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We are continuing our conversation about how body image affects youth. This program includes discussion on how body image can tie to bullying and the role that social media plays. The panel includes a variety of body types, thus creating interesting discourse from different ends of the body-type spectrum. We also have a male on panel who will talk about how body image affects boys--their conversations, perceptions, and ideas
Body image is a major concern for teens because the media portrays perfection: skinny, long hair, fair skin, and flawlessness. But, this is not realistic. More often than not, teens are not aware that celebrities are made to appear perfect through such technology as photoshopping and makeup. These enhancements promote unrealistic expectations for both girls and boys.
In this show we will discuss how body image affects the youth of today. How it is portrayed in media (social and otherwise) and in school.
Ladies, join us for "Beauty, Fashion & Image" series for Dating Talk. My guest is Lisa Taylor, who has a Masters in Counseling. Join us as she explores body image and how to overcome negative body image. Lisa has counselled teens and adults and is a graduate of Regent University. How do you view your body and does it affect your dating/love life?
We all have problems with not having a healthy body image. Men and women feel less than because they feel as though they don't have the right body or looks. The media is a huge culprit in this loss of confidence and self esteem based on one's looks. Jossi will talk about how to reshape our bodies in our minds so that we come to love our body and see ourselves as attractive and worthy human being.
What does it mean to "look your best"? Is it defined by weight, height, hair color, body type, fashtion style?
From the time we're young girls we're encouraged to embrace a certain standard of beauty as if that is the chief determining factor of how successful you'll be in life. So looking your best could actually be translated to mean looking the best. Is that the message we want to continue to send to our daughters as they're growing up?
If you're challenged with seeing the beauty in your own build because of commonly accepted standards of beauty, chances are you think that those around you feel the same way. But you might be surprised by what our guest, Nancy Wilson of Wilson Counseling, has to say about that.
Call in with your questions and comments on this topic, 646-716-6910, or chat with us LIVE during the broadcast in our Javammunity chat room.
Episode 8 -- Body image is on everyone's minds these days. We're going to weigh in, discuss empowerment of women, and how to take up space as a woman in today's world.
Join your host Christopher & Amanda for an all new Late Night Rendezvous. At the TOP OF THE HOUR, they will be discussing news and entertainment headlines (Syria, Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus, The Butler). Special guest, Anne Hager will join the show to discuss the main topic of the evening, body image, and share her personal experiences. We will delve into the root of body image and why so often people feel they are in the wrong body. The way we see ourselves can be far from the trut
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on evolution's ethical implications, cultivating a healthy body image, the value of studying theology, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: Should ethics begin with facts about evolution, including altruism?
Question 2: How does a person cultivate a healthy body image?
Question 3: Can a rational atheist extract any value from studying theology?
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
Melissa will discuss her trademark program Pure BodyLove and how body image affects every aspect of our lives from our relationships to our business. 91% of women in America feel dissatisfied with some aspect of their appearance, these concerns about appearance become quite extreme and upsetting. I am going to dive into the topic of why we have such a horrible view of our bodies, the possible reasons from the media, to our family and peers and how we can slowly start to change ou
Carolyn Bendall, Fashion Critic and blogger (www.carolynbendall.com), discusses subjects, trends, or products within the beauty and fashion industry, focusing on Your True Colours, and how it applies to you, the individual.
Boyer New York is a line of costume jewelry that is made in America and sold at upscale boutiques, gift shops, bridal salons and online.
Lisa Harris, Design Director & Brand Enthusiast, enjoys designing for Boyer New York as it enables her to tap into her eclectic taste and create statement pieces for women that love jewelry.
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