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Plastic surgery: Use the world to your advantage

I’ve been reading up on a lot on the bad rap on people who undergo cosmetic surgery has been getting.

Like you know, you shouldn’t mess with how God made you, or it’s better to be all natural.

As such, everyone bitches about how lame it is to be plastic. Like being fake means it’s not beautiful.

The way I see it…

… It’s kind of a life hack.

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Make your life as awesome as it is for yourself.

With whatever ways, including money.

I don’t really see how bad it can be when you’re going for something, when you want something, even though others are bitching about it.

Which boils down to:

Make it as easy as possible for yourself

Sometimes, in life, you can just make it easy for yourself.

Instead of going the normal route of doing things what others think is right or is expected out of you.

I think it’s common sense.

So go for it. Go for your special weight loss surgeries, your tummy tucks to remove stretch marksΒ or nose surgery.

I don’t see anything wrong with it.

As much I think being real, being yourself and realizing how awesome you are, just making it that much easier for yourself in this world is cool too.

Whatever it is, whining or debating about it isn’t really going to help you or anyone.

That’s why, at the end of the day, those who go for it, get what they want in life, despite what others think or say.

Do you want more honest-as-fuck stories like this?

3 comments

  1. Joe - May 14, 2012 9:18 pm

    A few years back I was unhappy with life, so I decided to change things. I lost -a lot- of weight, joined a boxing gym, forced myself to break my comfort zone socially at least once a day, went back to school, started my own business, et cetera. Major life changes across the board.

    Most recently, I had a tummy tuck to deal with the loose skin from the weight loss. Primarily because insurance covered it (the excess skin is a health hazard. Like I said, I lost a LOT of weight), but equal parts vanity and comfort weighed into the decision.

    If anyone is on the fence for cosmetic surgeries (or even bariatric surgery, I did that as well), I can’t recommend them enough. The general public is WAY nicer to skinnier/more attractive people. My friends originally thought that /I/ changed, that the surgeries somehow made me more social. Over time however they’ve seen that the world is simply more receptive to me now. By losing the weight and working on my self-image I’ve become exponentially more approachable by strangers, which in turn boosts your (my) confidence and does eventually change you; for the better.

    Bariatric surgery (stomach stapling), a tummy tuck, vigorous exercise and tons of hard work have seriously turned my life around. Anyone who tells your surgery is the easy way out, hasn’t fucking had surgery, don’t worry about what they say. You do you. I always go back to the quote “those that mind don’t matter, and those that matter don’t mind.”

    Anything that improves your quality of life is worth it. Just fucking do it. At least, that’s my unsolicited two cents πŸ˜‰

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    • alden - May 15, 2012 7:30 am

      Nicely said Joe!

      You really hit the nail on it.

      Thanks for your personal input on your life after surgery!

      So it’s really that true and real that the general public is nicer to you after surgery? Wow talk about a big change. I am glad it worked out for you and that it actually made you more confident in life.

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  2. Jason "J-Ryze" Fonceca - May 17, 2012 10:43 pm

    Nice and taboo, just how I like it πŸ™‚

    I studied this pretty deeply as well, Dr. Francis Palmer III has a really interesting take on things.

    At the same time, I’m much more a fan of Eastern body mastery. I’ve helped chicks gain cup-sizes and lose weight at the same time πŸ™‚ All natural.

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