Thursday, September 17, 2015

Plastic Surgery

Loving yourself, but not every single part of yourself. Sounds pretty realistic to me.
I love myself. Overall I'm happy with my body. It does what I need it to do and I see constant small improvements from going to the gym on a regular basis. Of course there are some things I wouldn't mind improving, but that's fine. I'm okay with that. Then there are things that cannot be changed this way.

If I had all the money in the world, would I spend any of it on fixing changing things about myself that I couldn't otherwise? Ya, I probably would. And what's so wrong with that. Life is short, and if you have the opportunity to feel better about yourself, why shouldn't you? If you are overweight, you have the opportunity to loose weight through diet and exercise. There is a very real possibility that you can change this insecurity. If you have always had a bump in the bridge of your nose and felt self conscious about it, what can you yourself do to fix this? Virtually nothing. So what is the big deal about taking the necessary steps to fix what you don't like about yourself?

Obviously there is a fine line and many celebrities have crossed this due to a distorted view of themselves. But I really do think it's possible to stay well in the safe zone. Personally, I can see myself getting a boob job one day. And by that, I mean as soon as I have the means to do so, it is something I will do. My mom doesn't like this idea. And I can understand why people don't. They have a bad rep and a sexualized image. But my reasoning is reasonable. (I think?) I have a larger bottom half then top half. I have skinny arms and a small chest, but I've always had a tush and thighs. Simply put, I'm not very proportionate. I don't fit into clothes like I would like to, and I never fill out anything. Would me getting a breast augmentation mean I'm suddenly going to wear tiny shirts and hit up the bars and be acting crazy? Not in the slightest. If anything, I could cover up more because I would have a shape either way.

To put some perspective on it, I hate needles. My mom has to take me herself because if I'm by myself I will probably get up and leave. But I am willing to undergo this invasive, unnecessary surgery because it is that important to me. What do you think?

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