Even when a woman thinks her body is generally fine, her dislike of just one of her features (whether its her nose, her ears or her ass) can sharply reduce her satisfaction with herself overall. Why is this?
Do you ever say "I hate my (fill in the body part)"? Or have you come to a point where you accept your whole body, just as it is?
True or False:
Most women's sense of self-esteem is irrevocably tied to the way they feel about how they look, which means that the subject of beauty/looks/appearance is profoundly important to our overall self-definition.
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