How do you feel about your body?

Social media and selfies make it easy to constantly compare our bodies to everyone around us. On this Now or Never, meet people who are fighting back and loving the bodies they're in.

On this Now or Never, meet people who are learning to love their bodies

In 'Love Starved', Allison Stevens reflects on her long road to self-acceptance. (Allison Stevens)
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When you look in the mirror, how do you feel about your body?

Social media and selfies mean that you can constantly compare your body to everyone around you. It is so easy to feel like you don't measure up. 

Having a negative body image can have a huge impact on your quality of life, not to mention your physical and mental health. Improving self-image is a challenge, but feeling comfortable in your skin can be truly transformational. 

So on this Now or Never, meet people who are learning to accept — and maybe even love — the bodies they're in.

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