What we believe to be the perfect woman body has changed tremendously throughout history along with the woman’s stages and her role in society. In 1720 in Western Europe, Women were supposed to have over proportionally wide hips and a large behind, which was achieved thanks to structures installed under… Continue Reading The ideal woman body throughout history + dress form figures | Justine Leconte

Hello everybody, welcome back to another video by DissociaDID. This is kind of a reassurance video/an advice video. A system that we know quite well recently reached out to us. We wanted to film something on behalf of a particular alter, so Skyler, this is dedicated to you. And… to… Continue Reading How To Feel COMFORTABLE In YOUR BODY! | Dysphoria & Dysmorphia

– They’re jiggling right now. – [Shanti] Sure are! (Shanti laughs) Great. (playful string music) So, hi Freddy. – [Freddy] Hi! – What up, Shanti? – Hi Saf. – Hi. – We’ve talked about different, like, body insecurities in the past and stuff, and I remember you talking to me… Continue Reading Women Get Their Ideal Body Parts • Ladylike

Samantha Skelly: What’s up phoenixes? In this video I’m going to be talking about the body positivity movement, and why it may be negatively impacting your health. If you are trying to end a battle with food and your body, you’ve come to the right place, so be sure to… Continue Reading Body Positivity Movement (And How It Can Be Negative)

Hey guys, it’s Hannah. So today is really interesting because we’re going to talk about body image and how it relates to bipolar disorder; specifically, in my case, obviously. I struggled with an eating disorder, which a lot of people don’t know, for years. I got this horrible, horrible negative… Continue Reading Bipolar and Body Image

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My relationship with my body has always been one that has ebbed and flowed. I have been in phases where I’ve absolutely loved myself. I’ve been so gung-ho about how I feel. And others, like the phase I’m currently in, where I’m not quite feeling that. Normally, it’s a bad… Continue Reading My Relationship With Body Image

Hi, I’m sue O’Dell, Madison’s mom. And I’m Madi. (Sue) From a parent perspective on what to expect when having your child come to Children’s in the eating disorder, basically how it works is we came in and had her evaluated. They determined that day whether or not they will… Continue Reading What to expect during treatment in the Eating Disorders Unit: Madi O’Dell’s story