Most of us worry about how we look occasionally… and sometimes frequently. How we perceive ourselves to look is called our body image. Research shows that most people have something about their bodies that they’d like to change. It isn’t always easy to accept our body image and be confident with who we are and how we look.

But if worrying about your appearance or obsessing over the way you look becomes a daily, or hourly, occurrence — that can interfere with your relationships, work or school. Those fears and insecurities may prevent you from doing things you enjoy or seizing opportunities to meet your goals.

Obsessing over your body image, weight and dieting can lead to bigger problems like eating disorders. And the fear that people will judge you or talk about you can cause massive amounts of anxiety.

The truth is this — how other people see you or whether you fit someone else’s standard of beauty isn’t important. What’s important is that you’re healthy and don’t let insecurity and anxiety prevent you from enjoying your life.

If body image issues or worrying about your appearance are making you feel depressed, anxious or alone, talking to someone about it can help. Firstly, reach out to a friend or family member — they’ll probably be more understanding than you think.

After that, I recommend you make an appointment to talk to me. I’m a therapist who can work with you to develop a plan to feel better and much more confident.

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