Sophie happily enjoys her life eating her favorite foods such as ice cream. But once she gets a TV in her room she feels pressured to fit the skinny body she sees on TV and sees herself as fat.
In order to get skinny like those on TV Sophie stops eating everyday and goes to the gym for 6 hours everyday
While Sophie does lose weight it causes her to get extremely sick and she develops heart problems
While none of Sophie's peers, family or friends in her social orbit have called her fat this imposure of an impossible beauty standard imposed my her Milieu or societyhas affected her more personally. Now her private orbit is affected because she losses friends now that she spends the majority of the day working out.
The social belief of beauty in women has changed over time in history. For many different centuries women of one specific body shape were considered beautiful and often this body shape was hard to achieve by all people. Because of the history of one type of beauty it has now intersected with this girls biography as she tries to attain an impossible standard imposed by society
Because of the sociological Imagination the collective beliefs of the Society that it is pretty to be skinny being portrait in the Media has indirectly caused Sophie to cause physical harm to herself in order to achieve this.