Michelle Parrinello-Cason on trying to develop healthy body-image in her daughter:
Every time I looked at a picture of myself, I no longer saw that ugliness. I saw a piece of my daughter’s beauty, and I remembered that any criticism I gave of my own “flaw” would be a criticism of hers. So what could I do instead? Could I look at a picture of myself and single out something else as a flaw. Could I decide that I weighed too much? Could I dislike my haircut? Could I wish those bags under my eyes would disappear?