Explore Yourselfie (Enhance habits of prevention) You are Enough You are unique Expanding self-care Becoming Aware of How my Social Media Reflects how I Feel about Myself Page2-Tab1 You Are Enough What social media accounts do I follow that reinforce some of my beliefs about not being good enough? Since perfection is impossible to reach, it is associated with long-term suffering. What draws me to follow accounts that promote unrealistic standards about appearance that reinforce my not-good-enough mindset? After I spend time on this type of social media account, what emotions do I feel about myself? If I already believe “I am not good enough” and choose to spend time following accounts that reinforce this idea, how could this impact the thoughts I have about myself? What are some of the possible benefits from unfollowing perfectionistic social media accounts that reinforce some of my negative beliefs about not being good enough? If you are human, leave this field blank. Save Answers Click the Save button and go to the next tab on this page. Recognizing the Dangers of Comparison Page2-Tab2 You are unique What social media accounts do I follow that lead me to negatively compare myself to others? What motivates me to spend time on these types of accounts? How do I feel after comparing myself to the person or people who post to this account? What negative thoughts do I notice I have about who I am, how I look, or what I do while I am comparing myself to others? When I think about the people who are important to me, I know that I would not want them to all be the same; my life is almost certainly better because of their differences. What positive changes could happen if I stopped comparing myself to others and spent time on social media accounts that led me to embrace my unique personality, appearance, interests, preferences, lifestyle, abilities, and experiences? If you are human, leave this field blank. Save Answers Click the Save button and go to the next tab on this page. Noticing How Different Sites Affect Me Page2-Tab3 Expanding self-care What sites do I visit that promote forms of self-care that are NOT appearance-based? What inspires me when I am on these social media accounts? What feelings do I notice when I spend time on accounts that have nothing to do with how I look or what I eat, but focus instead on other types of self-care that are important to me? What are the most common thoughts I notice when I spend time on social media that is focused on non-appearance-based self-care? What are some of the possible benefits of changing my social media habits and spending more time on accounts that reflect all the different forms of self-care, beyond appearance? If you are human, leave this field blank. Save Answers Click the Save button and go to the next tab on this page.