It’s really hard not to compare and despair online at any age.
One in two girls say toxic beauty advice on social media causes low self-esteem, and seven in ten have felt better after unfollowing idealized beauty content. This research — and wider conversations surrounding social media use and its impacts on teens’ mental wellness — make this conversation more urgent than ever. Join creative and cultural expert Jess Weiner for #DetoxYourFeed, a workshop and Q&A session designed to empower parents, mentors, and anyone who wants to talk to teens about toxic beauty advice on social media. Learn how to identify it and build resilience against it.
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