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13 May 2019

FEATURE DOCUMENTARY: Too ugly for love

What if you don’t see what everybody else sees? We follow three people with body dysmorphic disorder, a condition where people believe they have flaws others don't see.

They say mirrors never lie, but what happens when they do… What if you don’t see what everybody else sees? Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), affects 1 in 100 people – people with the condition have a preoccupation with an imagined or slight defect in their appearance.

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