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klslibrary 47m
are out now! I can attest to you all looking marvellous in your mugshots, but if yours is giving you nightmares, try one of our books on building self-esteem 💙
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Samantha Heller MSRD 2h
Today on 's Health & Nutrition Show, , 12-2 p.m. ET: 's own Dr. Andrea Vazzana on teen & . has tips to keep us lean over the holidays. We take your questions LIVE! 877-NYU-DOCS.
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UWE Business School Sep 18
One week today until our webinar with the Centre for Appearance Research on and . Find out more and register here
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Alexis Conason 45m
"The more that children were exposed to family 'fat talk,' the less likely they were to eat or to appreciate their body." Read about how negative talk might be affecting your children:
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Fiona De Buitlear Sep 15
If it’s so obvious can’t we stop doing this to our young people?
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Timberline Knolls 33m
ICYMI: Our Creative Arts Therapy Coordinator Roz Rodgers joined the podcast to discuss her experience as a dancer before and after movement therapy, and the many issues dancers experience surrounding and eating disorders.
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Stephanie 1h
Replying to @StephyyClaire
But I’m also aware that my Endometriosis does affect my weight a little as I bloat a lot!
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Mel Ciavucco 20h
"Mind your own business" isn't a bad life moto.
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Fixers Sep 20
SAVE THE DATE! Thursday next week @ 2pm -best-selling author, award-winning comedian and & campaigner - is taking over Fixers' twitter to answer your questions🙌To submit questions, tweet us using the hashtag
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Oyindrila Ray Ghosh 28m
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The Skating Lesson Sep 15
This and That: Discussing Body Image and Figure Skating Fitness with Alissa Czisny via .
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It's Judy Maree 8h
So many years of fighting who I actually am in order today it into to society! Fuck that! Time to be truly me 🙌
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Mayo Clinic 15h
: Girls often face significant pressure to look attractive. Find out what you can do to help young girls develop and maintain a healthy and .
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AJKleim Sep 15
I've been wondering if some people confuse the movement with a yes-to-obesity movement. It's not. It's about accepting your body at every size, shape, colour, with all its beautiful imperfections because everybody deserves .
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Rosemary Hoyle 23h
Hairdressers today...very young woman next to me, very thin, false eyelashes, lots of make up, having hair extensions, something v odd with lips..filler? Looking at phone entire time..no real engagement with the stylist. What've we done to our young people?
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Judi Craddock 35m
Today on : how to build up your body image resilience
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upgrade_with_maria_k 16h
The moment it becomes more about feeling good than looking good, everything changes
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Holli Rubin Sep 18
Midwives are calling for official guidance on how much weight is healthy for women to put on during pregnancy. Concerned that re-introducing weigh-ins could cause undue body image anxiety in mums-to-be.
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Hope Virgo Sep 19
Would love to hear about the work you are doing in schools on and
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Roisín Dervish-OKane Sep 14
ATTN: looking to speak to mums (between 25-40 y/o) of young daughters about times they've messed up and used unhelpful body image language / diet chat around their children. For a WH feature.
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