Research reveals that Facebook shattered image of himself and self-esteem

3 April 2012 | In Curiosidades | 300 views | By

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baixa auto estima“I'm so fat in that photo – clear me”, “You look so skinny, could ever use these jeans!”. “Saw how much weight the Greg won?”. “Stepped in jaca totally today – need to start that diet”, “I have just run 16 miles”, “Must attend Academy”, “Neither looks like you had a baby!”.

The obsession with body weight and seems to have reached new heights in our society and it seems that the Facebook is putting fire in Campfire. The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt behaviour on Facebook and hired a Search public to assess how social media is influencing the image superconsciência of the body and the body size.

With 51% of participants saying that seeing pictures of themselves and other on Facebook made them more conscious of body and weight, The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt is stimulating the users they are attentive to your use of Facebook and make paper science that he exercises the body's negative image and promotion of eating disorders.

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