How's Your Body Image?
Check all that apply to you or that you agree with.
What you weigh strongly affects how you feel about yourself.
You hate shopping for clothes. Your body looks bad in everything.
There are more things on your body that you dislike than like.
It takes you forever to decide what to wear in the morning.
You're sure you're going to get plastic surgery - it's just a matter of getting the funds.
You don't think celebrities have unrealistic bodies.
You know you would be happier if you just lost another 10 or 20 pounds.
You see flaws on your face or body that other people don't see.
People have told you that you may have an eating disorder.
When you look in the mirror, you almost never like what you see.
You know you can be thin - with enough willpower
You're on a new diet every couple weeks.
You think that your friends are more attractive than you.
Eating food usually makes you feel fat.
Not having a great body is a sign of weakness.
If someone complements the way you look, it's likely they are lying.
You skip meals to stay thin.
You avoid locker rooms because you are embarrassed of your body.
You hate having your picture taken.
You exercise past the point of exhaustion to stay thin.
You feel guilty if you are full after a meal.
It would take a lot to get you into a swimsuit.
You are embarrassed to let anyone know what you weigh, including your doctor.
You are uncomfortable eating in front of other people.
You sometimes stay home, because you don't think you look good enough to go out.
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