Most young American and British girls are not feeling happy with their body image.
The latest research showed that most of them are negatively influenced by advertisements.
If pictures of perfect, beautiful, thin models and celebrities cant stop us from eating and being fat than I dont knw what can.
For the people that say that 'everyone is beautiful' this is the biggest lie in the world, if everyone was beautiful then we would all be celebs, models on magazines, tv, catwalk.
The truth is, if you think you're ugly, then you probably don't look that great because of you OWN damn opinion!
You don't need to have some hot guy tell you you're pretty to know that you are!
During a study girls were asked to keep a diary were they recorded all the beauty images seen over three days and write down their thoughts. So girls concentrate less on your looks and try your best to become the good loving woman that all men want to spend the rest of their lives with.
The low-self-esteem is closely connected to mental health problems. Well actually Glasgow has the greatest heart failure anyway more to the point, I know looks aren't everything, i personally judge by personality but if a girl is real ugly then no guy will want her however If she is very beautiful all the guys will want her, it's sad but it's the truth some will judge by sexual parts and other by body and face.
And when there is a girl who has no girl friends but only boy friends then she obviously is good looking.Many said they consider themselves ugly, fat and upset when comparing themselves with attractive images shown in advertisements.The study found the link between the prevalence of beautiful images in media and increasing number of teenagers having low self-esteem.According to international study commissioned by Dove, by the age 12 most girls have seen around 77,500 ads.Researchers questioned 2,000 girls from the UK and the US aged between 10 and 14 and found out that as much as 77 percent of them described themselves in negative terms.