To help Anita understand how inaccurate her body image is, Carson brings out six ladies who are lined up from left to right according to their stomach measurements. He asks Anita to stand where she thinks she belongs according to her waist size.
Walking down the line, Anita decides she must have the third-largest waist in the group, but Carson says she's wrong. "By placing yourself here, you've actually added three and a half inches to your stomach measurement," Carson says.
Carson says Anita actually has the smallest waist of all the ladies in the lineup—and Anita is stunned! "We might have to take you to the ophthalmologist, okay? Because it's not the problem with your stomach. It's from your eyes and how you're perceiving yourself," Carson says.
"It's hard to believe," Anita says. "But I'm believing it."