In this issue.cosmetic surgeryI would like to talk about the following.
This is what I wrote in 2016 and it seems to be very positive now. There are more and more plastic surgery youtubers out there.
In conclusion, I am in favor of cosmetic surgery.
I'm not sure if I should even use the words "against" or "for" in the first place, but I'm thinking that if there is something that can destroy a complex, I want to use it and enjoy life.
Then I thought. Most people who criticize plastic surgery are jealous of others.
- Negative images of cosmetic surgery
- I think cosmetic surgery is one of the tools to destroy complexes.
- What I think about the statement, "I don't want to put a scalpel in the body my parents gave me."
- I think it's natural for celebrities to have cosmetic surgery. What's wrong with polishing the tools of your trade?
Negative images of cosmetic surgery
Recently, cosmetic surgery has become more accessible due to the influence of the media, social networking sites, and the increasing number of celebrities who have publicly stated that they have undergone cosmetic surgery.
However, there is still much concern in Japan about cosmetic surgery.The negative image is deeply rooted and uncomfortable.
I think the reason for this image is a mixture of stories of previous cosmetic surgery failures and aftereffects, and the mysterious idea of taking a scalpel to my parents' face. But I would add to this the idea that peopleenvyseems to be deeply related to the
I can't help but think that the negative comments about other people's plastic surgery come from negative feelings such as, "It's not fair that she became so beautiful! I can't help but think that it comes from negative feelings, such as "It's not fair that she became so beautiful!
What people do is up to them, isn't it?
And yet some people are relentless in their slander and criticism. What else is there to be jealous of? I think.
Would you criticize someone for wanting to warn them that they are in danger?
Simply say, "I want to be pretty too, but I can't. But she does." I think such feelings are deeply involved.
And since bad rumors tend to spread more easily than good ones, I think it is natural that the negative image of plastic surgery permeates the market.
I think cosmetic surgery is one of the tools to destroy complexes.
I guess I see cosmetic surgery as one of the tools to squash complexes.
There are different kinds of complexes, some that can be overcome and some that can't.
If you can overcome it by changing the way you think or by using makeup or hair, then do so.
But the uncontrollable physical appearance cannot be changed without physical modification.
Cosmetic surgery is a candidate in such cases.
By taking a scalpel to a physically complex area, you are getting closer to what is ideal for you.
People who have been bullied because of their physical appearance or have a dark personality because of it, I think it would be a waste of my life to live suffering from it.
I think it is 100 times more enjoyable to live without complexes than to live with them.
What I think about the statement, "I don't want to put a scalpel in the body my parents gave me."
I don't think many people say this anymore.
My personal opinion is "I understand how you feel.andMy life isn't really about my parents."isThe following is a list of the most common problems with the
I am certainly grateful to my parents for giving me birth, but this is my body and my life, with or without a scalpel.
Your own face and body.I absolutely do not want to have a complex and live with it for the rest of my life.
If there is a way to overcome a complex, I would like to use it to smile more andI don't think it matters if it is makeup or cosmetic surgery.
I've never been a parent.I'm just being paranoid from here.
If a child is suffering from a tremendous complex...If that's the only possible way to change it, I wouldn't be opposed to plastic surgery.The following is a list of the most common problems with the
Because I want you to enjoy your life.
Life is not all about looks.But people who suffer tremendously from their looks will think that's all there is to it, and that can be a bottleneck that can lead to a darker personality.I'm not sure.
There are other fun things in life! doesn't resonate with me.
Of course, there are a lot of risks and failures. It takes a lot of determination.
I think it's natural for celebrities to have cosmetic surgery. What's wrong with polishing the tools of your trade?
Because cosmetic surgery has a negative image, when a celebrity undergoes plastic surgery, there is a considerable amount of bashing on the Internet! When a celebrity undergoes cosmetic surgery, the internet is abuzz with talk about it.
It's even more so because he hasn't made it public. There's no need to make it public, though.
There are many photos of actresses and models who have undergone amazing changes, but if you are an actress or a model, for example, you are the tool of your trade.
I think it was a cosmetic surgery to improve it. Personally, I think it is a good idea.
I spoke like this because I am a pro-life person, but there are people who lose their lives because of cosmetic surgery gone wrong. There are people who suffer.
On the contrary, some people have succeeded and become very beautiful.
So I personally don't think it's a good idea to be painted only with evil....
So, I'm going to take a broader view, and I know it's risky, but...I think it would be better if people spread the idea that those who want to do so should do so.
It doesn't come together in a nice way, but I am in favor of cosmetic surgery. I would be happy if I could convey some of the reasons why I think so.