It’s happened again.
Something tipped in my brain, and once again I spend half an hour in front of the mirror, turning this way and that way trying to determine how fat I am. 1,301 more words
I found your Facebook album today, and it spoke about a hundred different kinds of freedom. You’re at home in your body, not despite your flaws, but because you celebrate what each part can do for you. 309 more words
Social media has found another way to make us feel bad about ourselves. It even has a name:Snapchat Dysmorphia.
With Snapchat Dysmorphia, we’re devastated when we look in the mirror and don’t see the face staring back at us that the Instagram and Snapchat filters gave us. 167 more words
You are probably wondering where I am going with this….
Today, on the radio, I heard this headline, “Snapchat Dysmorphia, getting plastic surgery to look like your snapchat filters.” I want to say I was amazed by this, but come on, it is 2018 and this world is crazy. 410 more words