LOOKING GOOD?: UK pre-teens increasingly concerned with appearance

London, UNITED KINGDOM VIJAY SHAH via SWNS digital   Increasing numbers of the United Kingdom’s pre-teens, children under thirteen years of age, are becoming concerned over their physical appearances, with the average child now worrying about how they look for ninety minutes a day, according to a study. An astonishing 90 per cent of the study participants – sourced from different age groups – said they frequently worried about they look, as influences from media, society, picture-perfect celebrities, and the direct and indirect influences of more ‘popular’ classmates impinge on children’s body confidence at startling younger ages.     One … Continue reading LOOKING GOOD?: UK pre-teens increasingly concerned with appearance