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The aim of this research was to determine the effectiveness of body image shame management training on symptoms of social anxiety and daring in fat girls. This research is applied in terms of purpose and quasi-experimental in terms of method. The statistical population of the research includes 15 to 18-year-old fat female students in the second year of public high schools in the 13th district of Tehran and among them, 32 people (16 as a control group and 16 as an experimental group) were selected by available method as a research sample. They responded to the list of social phobias of Connor et al. (2000) and the Gambrill and Ritchie (1975) Daring Questionnaire. After ensuring the normal distribution of data obtained from these questionnaires using Shapiro-Wilk test, in order to analyze the research hypothesis was used the multivariate analysis of covariance test and the results showed that body image shame management training reduces Social anxiety of fat girls (p <0.05). Shame management training of body image increases the daring of fat girls (p <0.05).