Why parents and kids need to be more accepting of their post-pandemic bodies

This story is part of Amy Bell’s Parental Guidance column, which airs on CBC Radio One’s The Early Edition.

It probably didn’t take long for some poor cavewoman to feel insecure about her body — image is that deeply ingrained in human society. 

And now, after spending months at home, under stress and without access to some of the outlets we usually partake in to combat stress, some parents and kids are feeling ashamed of their bodies. 

As we see eating disorders increase at an alarming rate, and with more filtered faces appearing on my social media feeds, is body insecurity going to be the next pandemic? 

How you look isn’t who you are

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