Dove Experiment Aims to Change the Way You See Yourself
Samantha Murphy, mashable.com
Dove posted on Monday a three-minute ad on YouTube
that teaches a vital lesson about how we view ourselves compared to how others see us. Trust us, it’s worth your time.A former forensic artist for the San Jose police department met a series of…
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