Personal body image develops during the teen years and greatly affects people for the rest of their lives. False visual information about body shape distorts teens' self-perception. This frequently leads to anorexia, steroid use, or drug abuse. Several teens share personal experiences about their perceived flaws. Discusses warning signs of body dysmorphic disorder. Encourages changing negative self-talk, and promotes the understanding that there is more to a person than just his or her physical appearance.