Self-Esteem and Body Image video for teenagers.
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We live in a media saturated world where we are constantly bombarded by images of supposedly "beautiful people." Everwhere we look - in magazines, on billboards, on TV, and in the movies, there are surgically perfected women who are unrealistically thin and men whose muscles ripple and bulge. How can the rest of us measure up to these standards? And why should we?The Mirror in My Mind: Body Image and Self-Esteem explores and explaines the damages these cultural forces can do to a young person's developing sense of self-worth. Many tennagers are likely to develop a negative body image if they feel their body deviates too far from the "cultural norm." In extreme cases these negative body images can develop into body dysmorphic disorder, (BDD), sometimes called "the disease of imagined ugliness." Real-life testimonials from young people who struggled with related issues such as: Steroid Abuse, Anorexia, and Bulimia provide a keen insight to the hazards body image anxieties can create.
This video will offer strategies that teens can use to feel good about themselves and about their bodies.
Some of the learning objectives are:
- Students will consider the role that body image plays in the development of self-esteem
- Students will learn how to eliminate negative self-talk
- Students will be provided with tips for improving self-esteem
- Students will learn the signs and symptoms of BDD
- Students will learn that physical perfection is not a goal worth chasing
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