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As we live in society today that tends to claasify people in gruops which they seem closest to is call stereotyping Stereotyping is an everyday habit for many people One might say that to stereotype is just a harmless classification of charateristics of a certain person but has anyone stopped to think what effect ti has on the person who is being stereotyped For example stereotyping overweight people ca cause harmful effects such as emotional stress and low self-esteem when we stereotype overweight people it is possiple that we are causing them emotional stress For example when someone says Hey fatso referring to htem in a degrading manner it undoutedly casues them to feel less than normal compared to their peers They also feel bad about themsefves being overweight unless they do not care about how they look or what people think about them or if they have above average confidence in themselves Stereotyping overweight people can also causes them in low self-esteem by making them feel inadequate Feeling inadequate caseus them to feel as though ther is no to overcome their plight without a ong term plan which may not be possible for them as they may have already tried to no avail For example I have a cousin she is a little bit overweight for her age One day she was eating and her toher cousin called her Pig She got really mad and did not talk to him for a week She felt sad about it and tried to go on a diet which is hard for her She would not eat anything for a couple days Sometimes they feel really depressed aobut what people say about them Low self-esteem can cause emotional stress Emotional stress can cause low self-esteem which only perpetuates adn compounds their problem Therefore one should always consider the feeling of others before thoughtlessly stereotypin goverweight people
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