Interviews with world-renowned UNC psychologist and eating disorders expert Cynthia Bulik helping women escape the body image trap in her newest book.

“It’s striking how often body esteem and self-esteem are conflated,” said Bulik, who is a distinguished professor of eating disorders at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine.  With her newest book, “The Woman in the Mirror: How to Stop Confusing What You Look Like With Who You Are,” she aims to confront the societal pressures that females face when it comes to body esteem and self-esteem.  To read more from Dr. Bulik about the book, click here.

Further information on the book is available online at www.womaninthemirrorbook.com

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ABC Radio National-The Body Sphere-"Getting Over Yourself", click here