Wherever you are, be present and look around the room to looknig who is looking at you. What is it I am actually doing it for? Before lockdown, she was at the gym five days a week.
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And this can leave people with a totally different image of themselves. Looking at old photos of herself has also helped.
Katy, 23, tells Radio 1 Newsbeat that it's taken time to get used to being without the fillers, nails and lash extensions she usually has. Before the lockdown she got to a point where she felt content, healthy and "light on my feet". Bite the bullet and try online lookijg for a big pool of potential candidates, Schwartz added.
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Tessina, a California psychotherapist also known as "Dr. social groups or meet-ups; be a worker bee in a cause you believe in; get involved in political parties.
Danielle's advice for dealing with body image issues is "not to judge how're feeling as wrong or unacceptable". Ursula's passion is fitness.
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Going without her fillers, lashes and hair appointments has been "mildly frustrating" but she's "hyper-aware" of the situation. Like yourself and lookiny your life — really work on that, Schwartz advised. She says lockdown has made her think about why she gets some treatments done in the first place.
Look up from your phone. Without the top-up, some parts of the filler break down, which can create an uneven look. Usually, she says, she'd "never be caught dead without acrylics" - which make her feel "more feminine and dainty".
The first thing to go was her lashes, which she had done consistently for more than eight months. Listen to Newsbeat live at and weekdays - or listen back here.
Happy people attract people. Is it because I feel like I have to look good to other people?
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She's competed as a body-builder lkoking is now studying to be a personal trainer. Related Topics. Go where people like the same things you like.
She has struggled with feeling "really stuck and caged". She says lockdown has "stripped back people to their bare essence" and "removed their masks".
She can't keep to her usual exercise because she is staying in a small house with family. Managing poor mental health in the past has helped Jo build resilience, so the lockdown hasn't affected her too much.
She's been using yoga and meditation to stay calm. The reality for most of us is there's no access to the gyms and beauty treatments we might usually rely on.