Let’s talk about the social media filters/body dysmorphia connection! In this episode of NPE Radio & Occult Health News, Gregory discusses the rampant selfie phenomenon, the pervasive use of filters and how both are leading to skyrocketing rates of Body Dysmorphic Disorder among girls.
Social media filters/body dysmorphia
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