We have emphasized that you
consider all the risks of plastic
surgery, but did you realize that there is another one that no one talks about much (but is a big one).
Divorce. Yes, as many as 40% of the women leave their partner after they recover, according to a study conducted by Grazia. Even more tragic if the boyfriend/husband has
In general though, plastic surgery has mostly positive outcomes. Seven out of ten people said that it had
sex lives and almost half said they had
changed their job. But the divorce issue is
quite disturbing. In a somewhat different vein,
women who get a divorce often decide to undergo
surgery to enhance how they look and improve
their prospects with men.
In an an episode of Dr. 90210, Dr. Robert Rey talked about these women. He mentioned that for many divorcees a plastic surgeon's clinic is the next stop after they have finalized their divorce. In other words, women are using
cosmetic enhancements to pursue their dreams. In the same survey, of those considering going under the knife, 64% thought that it would give them more confidence, 42% wanted to look younger and 13% admitted that they wanted to look more attractive to men.
So if you are a man financing your wife's plastic surgery, what should you do? Don't deny it to her just because you are afraid of a breakup. Maybe you should get some surgery too. Just kidding! Women who leave their husbands/boyfriends after plastic surgery don't do it because they have become more attractive; they have simply gotten out of a dysfunctional relationship after their
self esteem got a
jump. A word of caution here, though.
Not all women will see an
improvement in self esteem after cosmetic surgery
if it is low because of something else. They might have ended the relationship any way. The new found look was just a trigger. So if you think you have a problem in your relationship, you need to do something about it - plastic surgery or not.
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