‘In the Mirror, What I Saw Was a Monster’: Living with Body Dysmorphic Disorder | Broadly

‘In the Mirror, What I Saw Was a Monster’: Living with Body Dysmorphic Disorder | Broadly:

“Those who suffer from body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) fixate obsessively on one or more perceived flaws in their appearance, resulting in depression and social anxiety—and, in extreme cases, thoughts of suicide. But despite the severity of the condition, there are only a few clinics in the US specializing in treating BDD.”

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