Diana, Princess of Wales Quote

From early childhood many had felt they were expected to be perfect, but didn't feel they had the right to express their true feelings to those around them - feelings of guilt of self revulsion and low personal esteem. Creating in them a compulsion to 'disolve like a disprin' and disappear.


A speech by The Princess of Wales about eating disorders, 27 April 1993

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From early childhood many had felt they were expected to be perfect, but didn't feel they had the right to express their true feelings to those...

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From early childhood many had felt they were expected to be perfect, but didn't feel they had the right to express their true feelings to those...

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From early childhood many had felt they were expected to be perfect, but didn't feel they had the right to express their true feelings to those...

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From early childhood many had felt they were expected to be perfect, but didn't feel they had the right to express their true feelings to those...