The Media and Girls Self Esteem
Many girls have a lot of self esteem issues. Some girls become anorexic, bulimic, or binge eaters. There are organizations and celebrities helping girls that do not feel good about themselves. In reality, the media photo shops and manipulates the model whom they took pictures of. The media focuses more on showing perfect, skinny, flawless looking girls, societies idea of a females body, and by doing so, other girls endure many issues with themselves.
Many girls have a lot of self esteem issues. Thinking that they do not look good enough, girls become who they are not. For example, they drastically change their eating habits, hangout with different people, and even change their personalities. Girls look at themselves in the mirrors and think to themselves, “Why aren’t I beautiful? Those other girls on the magazine look so much better than me!” When girls feel this way, they automatically look at themselves differently, in a bad way. They do not appreciate the beauty that they have, but envy another girls’ fake manipulated beauty.
Some girls become anorexic, bulimic, or binge eaters. These girls are so insecure with their bodies (even if they have skinny bodies) that they begin to throw up after they eat, not eat at all, or consume a great amount of food, and afterwards they throw it back up. This is a very unhealthy and dangerous method to do when it comes to loosing weight. Unfortunately, one can become very ill or possibly die from these diseases. These poor girls are willing to take extreme measures just to feel good in how they look, regardless if they are already skinny.
There are organizations and celebrities helping and reaching out to the girls that do not feel good about themselves. For example, there is a worldwide organization called, “To Write Love On Her Arms”, which reach out to girls specifically with low self esteem and that also that cut themselves. An example of a celebrity that reaches out to...
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