I've stuffed tissues in my bra since I started high school.
I will be getting my tummy tuck and boobs done, nothing ridiculous something to suit my body. I need a nose job because I can't breath through it and it's getting funded by Medicare.
I couldn't accept my body before kids even more so now. Plastic surgery won't help. Seeing a shrink will help 👌
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13-05-2015 22:04 #123
I just had surgery today and had Breast implants. I couldn't be happier. I have three kids 4,3,1.5 and 30 next year I wanted to feel better. I had an a cup before kids and after kids flat as!!! I now have c cups I'm so happy.
Each to their own really don't see what th big deal is if everyone had the same opinion the world would be boring.
I had the in Australia would never go overseas
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14-05-2015 09:01 #124
My house auction is on Saturday, so it's not all that long now until I will have the money spare for my new boobies. Cannot WAIT. So excited. DP keeps reiterating that he loves me the way I am, and that if I want to get them done it should only be because I really want it. He is happy either way. Which is how it should be of course
I'm currently a D cup, but because I'm 177cm tall and slim they're certainly not at all big on me. Plus after breastfeeding two kids they've lost fullness. I hope to be noticeably bigger but not *too* big. I want a nice full cleavage, it'd be nice to be able to fill out a nice dress. Despite being a D cup a reckon I look small chested.
14-05-2015 11:02 #125Senior Member
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For years I hated my body. Boobs too small, thighs too fat. Where did I get these ideas from? Others teasing me and from seeing in the media what society sees as beautiful. For a scary while there, I seriously considered surgery in the hope I'd be happy with myself.
Somewhere along the way, I developed sporting interests that diverted my attention away from caring about how I looked so much. As I've got older, I'm glad I didn't waste my money on things that I doubt would have made me any happier.
Having a child also sealed it for me. Actually having boobs is not all its cracked up to be. OMG, it was so uncomfortable riding my horses again when still breastfeeding, I had to wear 2 bras! I'm glad it was only a temporary thing. My boobs more or less went back to how they were post baby - fingers crossed they do again this time.
Being fit, healthy & strong has become more important to me than how I look as I've got older. I wouldn't say I love my body, but it does its job well and I accept how it looks. It has taken me nearly 36 years to get to this point
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14-05-2015 12:27 #126
Having said that, oh how I can't wait to go and pick out ANY swimsuit and not have to worry about whether it's got support built in! And it'll be nice to bend over with no bra on and not have my boobs look like sand-filled socks hanging down there.
Small things that only I'll notice, but nonetheless it's a little thing that can be corrected with a boob job
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14-05-2015 13:00 #127Senior Member
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Agreed. Looking a certain way is not a guarantee of happiness.
I understand cosmetic surgery to fix something that is uncomfortable or causes issues (I don't think you can compare having an abnormal growth removed off your face etc to a boob job or liposucton).
If cosmetic surgery is what you want & you can afford it, well, yes go for it. I just think of all the other things I could do with the money!
14-05-2015 13:07 #128
I'll be back later to read the replies, but for now I wanted to say that I plan on getting fake boobs.
I've breastfed 2 kiddies and what's left is (I feel) unattractive and I have no self confidence.
It's all the same to me, braces, teeth whitening, fake boobs etc.
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14-05-2015 13:15 #129
Here's my 2 cents
Each to their own. I would never judge others for their choices. I wouldn't get my boobs done (even though I'm small) because it's not something that bothers me or that I'm self conscious about. I'm athletic looking so it suits my small frame. But I don't see anything wrong with it and don't bat an eyelid when I see them. I do however get a small amount of Botox every 4-5 months. Not enough that anyone would notice or could tell but enough to smooth out the deep furrow between my eyes that bothers me a great deal and I believe makes me look stressed out and angry.
I do have a dd and no I don't think others getting their boobs done will affect how she feels about herself in the long run. She has actually technically had cosmetic surgery herself (and she is only 4). She has been cross eyed since 6 months old and had surgery to straighten her eyes. It was purely a cosmetic procedure and hasn't helped her sight at all but I wanted it done before she started school so she would never be teased about it and in all honesty to improve her looks because crossed eyes aren't really that attractive. Most people understand why I got it done and I'm glad I did. The results have been amazing. I really don't see the difference between that and other cosmetic surgery. It is all is essentially the same. To improve perceived appearance and build self esteem.
It's only when someone suffers body dysmorphia and has an unhealthy and distorted veiw of their body that I see an issue with it...
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