One of the greatest ways to promote body diversity is to educate young people about the beauty of their bodies. Many children today attempt to conform to a narrow definition of beauty. This can lead to poor physical health, self-esteem, and eating disorders. Body Dysmorphic Disorder (or BDD) is one of the most dangerous consequences of this kind of thinking. BDD sufferers may spend hours trying to hide or change a perceived flaw. Many try different cosmetic procedures to make themselves look better.