Posted by Georgeann
on Feb 15, 2010 in Interview
| 1 comment
Life as a teenage girl is difficult enough without being constantly bombarded by the media to have the perfect body.
On any given trip to the store, you run the gamut at the checkout counter with either images of perfect bodies gracing the covers of magazines or, even worse, chastising those public figures that haven’t kept the perfect body with unflattering photos and comments.
How could this not affect someone that is already suffering from peer pressure, low self-esteem and in general, teenage angst?
According to Dr. Roberta Sherman, a specialist in treating...