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What is Body Dysmorphic Disorder?
People living with Body Dysmorphic Disorder (Body Dysmorphia; BDD) experience extremely distressing concerns about one or more perceived defects in their appearance. These concerns can severely affect social functioning and in some cases can lead to suicide.
Many people with BDD are often too ashamed to discuss their concerns or seek help out of fear of being invalidated or considered vain. For most, symptoms develop during early adolescence, but they can also develop in adulthood. Current research suggests that people with BDD are likely to have experienced bullying, teasing, and abuse.
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