Lately I've heard of younger and younger girls stressing out about their looks, their clothes, or the shape of their body. Eating disorders are claiming younger victims. Girls are learning to hate their bodies at an age when they barely know who they are. How did this happen?
It’s easy to blame the media, and there is good reason for that, but I am wondering if we might be missing something. Here’s my question: What are you modeling?
Do you cringe when you look in the mirror or step on the scales? Do you ever say unkind things about yourself? Do you have a hard time accepting a compliment?
Well, do you?
Look around, and see the faces that are taking their clues from you. Children are our mirrors.
Can you help your daughters, sisters, friends, nieces to be comfortable in their skin, by showing them that your are comfortable in yours?
What are you modeling? Guess who's watching?