Let's just put it out there right away: no one should be expected to look a certain way and there's no such thing as 'perfect' or 'normal'. What you see in magazines and on screen is usually the result of airbrushing and Photoshop, so it's different to what you might look like in real life. What someone else looks like is also likely to be different to what you look like. The info here can help you understand your own body, and help you feel happy and healthy in your own skin.
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The Butterfly Foundation
The Butterfly Foundation represents all people affected by eating disorders and negative body image – a person with the illness, their family and their friends.
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