Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

8 Subtle Warning Signs Your Child Is Struggling With Body Image

Change in Eating Habits: Sudden changes in how your child eats, such as skipping meals, restrictive eating, or expressing guilt after eating, can be a sign of body dissatisfaction.

Frequent Checking in the Mirror: If your child spends a lot of time inspecting themselves in the mirror, or if they often seek reassurance about their looks, it might indicate concerns about their body image.

Avoidance of Activities Involving Body Exposure: Refusing to participate in activities like swimming, changing their clothing style to hide their body

Excessive Exercise: While being active is healthy, compulsive exercise or working out with the sole purpose of changing their body shape or size might indicate a struggle with body image.

Using Negative Language to Describe Themselves: Pay attention if your child frequently uses negative or critical language about their appearance, such as calling themselves "fat," "ugly," or "not good enough."

Social Withdrawal or Sensitivity to Comments: If your child becomes unusually upset by comments about appearance or body size, or if they withdraw from social interactions, it may be a sign of body image issues.

Comparing Their Body to Others: Frequently comparing their body to peers, celebrities, or social media images can be a warning sign that your child is struggling with body image.

Changes in Mood or Behavior: Noticeable changes in mood, such as increased irritability, sadness, or anxiety, particularly related to meals, dressing, or social events, can indicate underlying concerns about body image.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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