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  title={elf-compassion moderates body comparison and appearance elf-worth ’ s inverse relationships with body appreciation ristin},
  author={J. Homana and Tracy L. Tylkab},
Although research on positive body image has increased, little research has explored which variables protect body appreciation during body-related threats. Self-compassion may be one such variable. Individuals high in self-compassion are mindful, kind, and nurturing toward themselves during situations that threaten their adequacy, while recognizing that being imperfect is part of “being human.” In this study, we investigated whether two body-related threats (i.e., body comparison and appearance… 

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