Is Choosing the Right Swimsuit a State of Mind?

Swimsuit shopping can be a daunting task for those women who are less than thrilled with their figures. In fact a recent study talked about by ABC News, but conducted by an Australian psychologist, suggest that swimsuit shopping drives women wild.

Here are a couple of excerpt from the article:

“A woman is likely to feel worse about perceived figure flaws while trying on a swimsuit alone in a dressing room than if she’s wearing that suit while walking past others on a public beach at midday, new research shows.”

“The latest body image findings come from Marika Tiggemann, a psychologist at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia, who studies the phenomenon of self-objectification, in which women monitor their appearance to see how they stack up against a “virtually unattainable thin beauty ideal” portrayed in mass media. The obsessive self-scrutiny subjects them to “body-based shame and anxiety,” Tiggemann and coauthor Rachel Andrew wrote.”…[Read the full article]

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