http://acevisionnepal.com/trip/mustang-tiji-festival Parents of tween and teen girls! This article is for them! Talk about it, don’t be afraid. How comfortable are you in your own body?
http://mattmcguire.ca/270/c11rs2092.gif With school rolling around the corner let’s take a moment and talk about something…..
https://fototrails.de/tag/wueste/ There are experts that talk about being in your body, and being ‘one’ with something. Think of your favourite music group/singer. When they perform, sing, or play and instrument they could look so amazing like the guitar is almost a part of them. Or there is an example of surfers. They will say that they feel one with the ocean. The surfers feel in complete control over their body, and the wave at the same time. How aware are you of your body? Do you know where your feet are at this moment? Look down at your feet. What are they touching?
Do you realize that ad’s you see in Teen Vogue or the 17 magazines have all been altered? The models do not wake up in the morning with their make-up on and hair done. It takes a team to get a model ready for the camera. And then after the photo shoot is done the editor staff use the computer and adjust everything! They remove birth marks, change skin ones, and will also take away any extra body rolls that do not make the model look flattering.
The computer photo that has been altered is the one that you see in the Teen Vogue or 17 magazines. Sometimes ads in magazines are all about ‘dress this way to attract a guy’. Or there are others that are totally degrading towards women. Some ads are very sexual in nature, or sometimes even violent towards women. There is a video on you-tube about how models are altered in the editing room. Click here to watch the video.
How comfortable are you in your own skin? Do you like what you see in the mirror? Here’s a tip, don’t compare yourself in those magazines! Also find things you like about your body. Even if it is just your smile. That’s a great start! So many girls your age are thinking the same thing. That they hate their body and wish they looked like someone else. This may sound harsh, but stop that! Your body is perfect as it is right now!