Saturday, 5 March 2016

Cosmetic surgery - think before you speak

To say this was a hard post to compose would be an understatement of the century. You know when you know what you want to say, but you can't form your thoughts in to something logical? It's definitely that. 
 I'm not ashamed to admit that a few years back I had cosmetic surgery - not for vanity reasons, but for confidence reasons. 
Ever since I hit puberty I was always horrendously envious of girls that developed when I just... didn't. I remember trying to find a prom dress and struggling to find anything that I filled, and I remember cringing away from wearing anything with an even slightly low cleavage as I had none. 
It wasn't until I was older that I stumbled across MYA Cosmetic Surgery and I began to search through their website, reading up every fact and figure I could get my hands on. 
Soon I began to imagine what it would be like to have the surgery, but I was crippled by embarrassment at  bringing it up. 
Eventually I had the surgery and the confidence boost was incredible, to this day I can safely say it was one of the best things I have ever done. I had no complications from the surgery and everything went as well as it possibly could have done. 
I can't say that I personally have ever received any negativity aimed at me from my surgery but it baffles me when I see girls on Instagram being slated for having cosmetic surgery - why is it anyones right to judge someone for their own personal decision? 
Since when did it become okay to pick on someone for their physical appearance? 
My surgery was done for confidence and not for vanity, and it pains me to see so many comments on so many areas of the internet calling people who have cosmetic surgery vain, plastic and trash. 
I would definitely say that research is vital and don't pick the cheapest place you can find! Cosmetic surgery is something that can last for life, so it's always crucial to make sure that you're 100% happy with what will be happening and who will be leading the procedure, no matter how big or small the procedure may be. 

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