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From the Ted Talk by Meaghan Ramsey: Why thinking you're ugly is bad for you

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And the rsceraeh shows that the best programs address six key areas: The first is the influence of family, feirnds and relationships. The second is mdeia and crlebteiy culture, then how to handle teasing and bullying, the way we compete and comapre with one another based on looks, talking about appearance — some people call this "body talk" or "fat talk" — and finally, the foundations of respecting and looking after yourself. These six things are crucial starting points for anyone serious about delivering body-confidence education that works. An education is critical, but tackling this problem is going to require each and everyone of us to step up and be better role models for the women and girls in our own lives. cganlenhlig the status quo of how women are seen and tkelad about in our own circles.

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And the ________ shows that the best programs address six key areas: The first is the influence of family, _______ and relationships. The second is _____ and _________ culture, then how to handle teasing and bullying, the way we compete and _______ with one another based on looks, talking about appearance — some people call this "body talk" or "fat talk" — and finally, the foundations of respecting and looking after yourself. These six things are crucial starting points for anyone serious about delivering body-confidence education that works. An education is critical, but tackling this problem is going to require each and everyone of us to step up and be better role models for the women and girls in our own lives. ___________ the status quo of how women are seen and ______ about in our own circles.

Solution

  1. media
  2. talked
  3. compare
  4. friends
  5. challenging
  6. celebrity
  7. research

Original Text

And the research shows that the best programs address six key areas: The first is the influence of family, friends and relationships. The second is media and celebrity culture, then how to handle teasing and bullying, the way we compete and compare with one another based on looks, talking about appearance — some people call this "body talk" or "fat talk" — and finally, the foundations of respecting and looking after yourself. These six things are crucial starting points for anyone serious about delivering body-confidence education that works. An education is critical, but tackling this problem is going to require each and everyone of us to step up and be better role models for the women and girls in our own lives. Challenging the status quo of how women are seen and talked about in our own circles.

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