A recent study by the University of Cambridge in the UK has suggested that the way in which people view their bodies can have an impact on how they view their lives.
According to the study, which has been widely cited, people with larger abdominals, and their higher body fat levels, are perceived as more conscious, less willing to sacrifice their health, and more susceptible to physical injury.
The study, published in the journal BMC Public Health, also found that those with lower body fat had lower levels of depression and anxiety.
According in the study:When it comes to the way people think, their minds are often very active, which may have an effect on their perceptions of others.
A person’s perceptions of how others perceive their body also have a big impact on the way they feel about themselves.
This could be due to the fact that people with lower level of body fat may feel more in control about their bodies, and be more willing to give in to their body’s desires.
People with lower levels in body fat have lower levels (or “fat-shaming”) of depression, anxiety, and stress, the study found.
However, it’s also likely that the findings could be of interest to those with more extreme levels of body-fat.
For instance, if you are a high body-fattened person and are in a relationship with a high-fat person, the latter may feel a sense of responsibility to make you feel good about yourself, said Professor Richard D’Agostino, a clinical psychologist at the University College London.
“If the person with higher levels of fat-shame and body-shamedness is in a situation where he or she is physically, psychologically, or emotionally vulnerable, this might lead to a sense that they have the responsibility to take care of their own body and to make it feel good,” he said.
According a recent survey by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, people who have body-mass index (BMI) above 27 are the most likely to have depression, which is linked to lower levels, or even a sense thereof, of empathy.
And, of course, people tend to overestimate their body-size, especially if they are overweight.