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Discussing Your Plastic Surgery with Your Family and Friends

Discussing Your Plastic Surgery with Your Family and Friends

Whenit comes to having plastic surgery, a lot of things need to be considered before doing it, and not just personal considerations. Believe it or not, your plastic surgery could have a huge effect on your family and friends. For some, it may be just that they are not able to get used to the new you. For others, they will just not like the changes you are thinking about making because they think you are perfect the way you are.

You may find that you have trouble convincing some people that it is a good idea for you to have plastic surgery, and you will have to look for ways to get them to see your way of thinking and understand why you feel you need to undergo this type of surgical procedure.

You Need Their Support

The decision to have plastic surgery is a personal one, and therefore can only be made by you. Having said that, it is also important that you have the support of your family and friends. It is really going to help you with your decision, as well as with your recovery following the surgery. In fact, with their support, you can decide what you need to have done, and hopefully have some objective opinions.

Some ways that you can gain the support of your family members and friends who are not already on board with your decision include:

·      Tell them why you wantto have the surgery. If you have something about yourself that really hurts your self-confidence, chances are that they will already know this, and theywill be supportive. If they do not know, now is the time to let them know exactly how your perceived imperfection makes you feel and help them to understand that you need this to help you feel better about yourself.

·      If the reason you are having plastic surgery is due to a medical problem, share this with your friends and family. They are going to be more than supportive, and you will have the support network you need to get through the surgery and the recovery.This is going to help you deal with the health issue as well, and help to speed up your healing process.

·      If you are having a breast reduction, it is important that you talk things over with your spouse toensure that he is going to be able to deal with it. Many people have difficulties dealing with change, and this is going to be a pretty big change to the way you look. It may take some convincing in some cases, but if this is a surgery you really want or need, your spouse will eventually come around and be supportive.

When to Have “the Talk”

You may be wondering when is the best time to talk to your friends and family members about your decision to have plastic surgery. You may want to tell different people at different times. For example, when you are ready to tell your family members, it may be best to talk to each person individually or sit them down as a group and tell everyone at once. With your friends, you will more than likely end up telling them either one at a time or in small groups.Try to bring up the topic when you are in a relaxed atmosphere, and not in a public place where others could overhear what you are saying. After all, only the people you talk to need to know you are planning on having plastic surgery.

Once you have that talk with everyone you care about, you can make your finaldecision, if you have not done so already. Then, if you live in South Florida, including Miami and Fort Lauderdale, you can start seeking the best surgeon inthe state for the job.

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