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In an attempt to encourage a realistic body image perspective on campus, we randomly photographed students (individuals, couples, and groups) on University Picnic Day in September 2009. Take a look ...

In an attempt to encourage a realistic body image perspective on campus, we randomly photographed students (individuals, couples, and groups) on University Picnic Day in September 2009. Take a look and see that UNH students are diverse, beautiful and come in all shapes and sizes.

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    • UNH Students Come in All shapes & sizes
      Health Services
      University of New Hampshire
      www.unh.edu/health-services
      (603) 862-3823
    • In an attempt to encourage a realistic body image perspective on campus, we randomly photographed students (individuals, couples, and groups) on University Picnic Day in September 2009. 
      Take a look and see that UNH students are diverse, beautiful and come in all shapes and sizes.
    • “The quality of a woman’s life depends far more on the shape of her spirit, wisdom, emotions, and psyche than it does on the shape of her body.”
      Source: The Body Myth by Margo Maine and Joe Kelly
    • “Allow your beauty to spring from your individuality.”
      Source: Self Esteem Comes in All Sizes- by Carol A. Johnson
    • “See your body as your home, the kind of thing
      you live with, in, and as.”
      Source: Real Gorgeous by Kaz Cooke
    • “A positive attitude is contagious. When you radiate warmth and vitality, others will want to be around you.”
      Source: Self Esteem Comes in All Sizes- by Carol A. Johnson
    • “A positive attitude will make you more attractive to the opposite sex.”
      Source: Self Esteem Comes in All Sizes- by Carol A. Johnson
    • “Billions more dollars are spent on cosmetics, fashion, and plastic surgery than on psychotherapy, despite the fact that working on their neuroses would make most people much more attractive than a svelte figure or designer clothes.” –
      Source: The Path to Love by Deepak Chopra.
    • ”Surround yourself with positive, supportive people.”
      Source: Self Esteem Comes in All Sizes- by Carol A. Johnson
    • “Avoid criticizing your
      own body. Express
      admiration for healthy
      bodies, even if they
      are not thin.”
      Source: Self Esteem Real Gorgeous, by Kaz Cooke
    • ”Nothing is more beautiful than naturalness.”
      Source: The Path to Love by Deepak Chopra
    • “The body gives us the means to think, speak, touch, feel, listen, taste, smell, and sense both ourselves and what is around us.”
      Source: The Body Myth by Margo Maine and Joe Kelly
    • “A healthy body image and an open attitude toward sensuality are essential components of healthy sexuality.”
      Source: Love the Body You Were Born With by Monica DIxon
    • “Self worth is the sum of everything that makes you special and unique. Do not use your weight to measure your self worth.”
      Source: Self Esteem Comes in All Sizes- by Carol A. Johnson
    • “It’s the size of your heart that counts,
      not the size of your body.”
      Source: Self-esteem comes in All Sizes by Carol A. Johnson
    • “A lovable person is someone who is natural, easy with himself or herself, radiating the simple, unaffected humanity that makes anyone truly attractive.”
      Source: The Path to Love by Deepak Chopra
    • “To strive to be attractive is just another form of desperation, which others see no matter how hard you struggle to disguise it.”
      Source: The Path to Love by Deepak Chopra
    • ”Being lovable isn’t a superficial quality, it is a quality of spirit.”
      Source: The Path to Love by Deepak Chopra
    • “Beauty encompasses more than physical characteristics.
      Let it include your zest for life, your fun-loving spirit; your compassion for others.”
      Source: Self Esteem Comes in All Sizes- by Carol A. Johnson
    • “Shift your focus from negative
      to positive. Put the spotlight
      on the things about you that
      make you an excellent person.”.
    • Office of Health Education and Promotion
      Health Services
      University of New Hampshire
      (603) 862-3823
      www.unh.edu/health-services
      Twitter/Facebook: UNHHealth