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They notice when their mothers exercise obsessively, diet constantly, or make derogatory comments about their own appearance.That should come as no surprise, as mothers are a girl's first and, often, most influential role model.Unfortunately, plenty of sports do emphasize lightness and leanness, and they link performance to appearance.Countless dancers, gymnasts, ice skaters, and other athletes have succumbed to pressures -- from coaches, peers, or their own high expectations -- and ended up feeling inadequate or, worse, with eating disorders that risk their health and make them too weak to compete."Explain that if you're running on empty and have depleted your fat stores, the next thing you're going to do is break down muscle mass," Gittes suggests."Get them to understand the processes that are going on." By the time most girls reach their teens, they've consumed years' worth of messages about what a female body should look like -- and not just from the media.
"Perhaps sports give them a way of defining themselves that doesn't involve appearance," Murnen suggests.Visitors to the site, which is targeted at adolescent girls, can actually "create" their own celebrity images based on a host of physical attributes. According to Hobbs, the majority of girls who engage in this online activity make themselves over to appear thin, white, and blonde -- even girls whose appearance differs substantially from that "ideal" Image.Seeing the skewed self-images their daughters create gives parents a starting place for dialogue about body image as portrayed by the media.That's why it's critical that fathers check what they say to their daughters about their physical appearance."There needs to be a pause where you say, 'What will this comment do?