I often come across articles where I’m trying to absorb the underlying intent. I found this article yesterday and I had to share:
The bottom of the headline picture states “A 26-year old was SO obsessed with healthy food that she ended up becoming MALNOURISHED”
-Question: Was that the result of the healthy food, or with anorexia and starving herself? Is it the healthy food that made her sick, or the fear of being fat, and an unrealistic sense of beauty?
Top paragraph: “she became OBSESSED with SO CALLED SUPERFOODS”
– Again is it the health food that made her sick and MALNOURISHED or the anorexia and distorted view of what beauty is?
(Right below is another ad “Can You Be ADDICTED to Health Food???)
Ad at the bottom, a woman wearing a red bikini top. Ad states, “woman says she was paralyzed after doing a sit-up at the gym.”
-Intent for article? Envoke fear, well maybe you should be Fearful and not work out? A sit up might make you paralyzed??? Maybe you should allow the fear of becomming a health food addict, lead you to your next supersized cheesburger, fries and a coke??? You don’t want to become anorexic or develop a health food addiction?… or even worse… go to the gym and become paralyzed from completing a sit-up?) I’m just trying to pinpoint the intent with this? Something to consider.
Here’s a link to the article posted 2/21/18