We might start to compare ourselves with other people or media images ("ideals" that are frequently airbrushed).
Here are some tips on doing that: Recognize that your body is your own, no matter what shape or size it comes in.
Try to focus on how strong and healthy your body is and the things it can do, not what's wrong with it or what you feel you want to change about it.
The trouble with that is, not everyone grows or develops at the same time or in the same way.
Our tweens and early teens are a time when we become more aware of celebrities and media images — as well as how other kids look and how we fit in.
Body image is how you view your physical self — including whether you feel you are attractive and whether others like your looks.