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Jan 7, 2016

How do HSPs react to the media's portrayal of the "perfect" body and body shaming? Is it possible that the highly sensitive are more negatively impacted by perceptions of an ideal body than the non-HSPs?  On this episode, Michelle and the Captain share their struggles with developing a healthy body image, as well as challenge other HSPs to take a more active role in combating the stereotypes, put-downs, and myths perpetuated by society.  
 
 
Resources:
 
Dr. Ted Zeff The Strong, Sensitive Boy:
 
Social Issues Research Centre Statistics:
 

 

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Keywords 
body image, stop body shaming, body shaming, HSP, highly sensitive persons, shame, body shame, eating disorders, anorexia, bulemia, over eating, body positive, distorted body image, HSP SOS
 
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