Plastic surgery to correct physical trauma sustained as a result of accidents, war, natural disasters, disease, birth defects and genetic dysfunction is unquestionably legitimate. Life Beyond Compulsive Plastic Surgery
Cosmetic surgery procedures are a form of elective plastic surgery for people who choose to make themselves more beautiful than they already are. While there are others, the most common procedures are;
- Liposuction (cosmetic fat removal by suction)
- Breast augmentation (breast reconstruction)
- Blepharoplasty (cosmetic eyelid surgery)
- Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck)
- Rhinoplasty (nose surgery)
- Rhytidctomy (face lift)
- Mastopexy (breat lift)
- Forehead lift
- Otoplasty (ear surgery)
The cost of plastic surgery is exceedingly pricey, and the results cam never be guaranteed.
“Plastic surgeons are always
making mountains out of molehills”
– Dolly Parton
People who choose to undergo excessive cosmetic surgeries may end up with less than desired results, due to permanent damage during procedures to their bone, cartilage, muscle and skin tissue. Excessive scarring is another possibility.
While compulsive cosmetic surgery ‘addicts’, such as Michael Jackson and others set out to obtain perfection, they can end-up with irreparable and permanent damage to their appearance.
Michael Jackson’s plastic surgery reportedly began with rhinoplasty after breaking his nose in 1979. (He and his brothers were subject to regular violent beatings and emotional abuse from their father Joe. As a man Michael said he could never forgive his father for what he had done.)
Those who were close to Michael Jackson estimate that he had undergone ten or more cosmetic procedures by 1990. His compulsion for plastic surgery destroyed his face, and he became addicted to pain-killer prescription medications which eventually killed him.
The synonyms for the word compulsive include; enthusiastic, passionate, irresistible, compelling, urgent and overwhelming.
The synonyms for the word excessive include; disproportionate, exaggerated, excoriate, extravagant, extreme, inordinate, needless, redundant, superfluous, unconscionable, unreasonable, boundless, dissipated, dizzying, immoderate, indulgent, intemperate, limitless, more, overboard, overkill, plethoric, prodigal, profligate, self-indulgent, sky-high, stratospheric, superstar, too many, unbounded, unmeasurable and way out.
Rampant insecurity and low self-esteem drive people to the clinics of some cosmetic practitioners who prey upon people’s anxieties and desire to be attractive, younger looking and slim. They want fresh looking skin and the complexion of a teenager. They want miracles, and they are prepared to pay for it. The cosmetic surgeons are all smiles.
The first time I went to the USA I was surprised to find plastic surgery clinics in suburban malls, where they offered facelifts, liposuction, tummy tucks and donut breast lifts along side the crowded doughnut bakery.
One in ten patients seeking cosmetic plastic surgery suffer from body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), but doctors don’t spot the problem (or choose to ignore it), according to research published online recently in JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery.
According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, “multiple procedures with multiple doctors may be sought in a search for a solution to a physical complaint, which is psychiatric in origin.”
Men and woman who compulsively go ‘under the knife’ suffer from underlying mental or emotional issues, yet they think surgery will fix it. People who suffer from Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) perceive themselves as being ugly, while others can see him or her as attractive. This perception affects their daily life, causing them to be insecure and unhappy.
If Michael Jackson had sort psychological help to repair the emotional damage done by his father Joe, Michael could have saved a fortune in plastic surgery and painkillers. He could have saved his beautiful face before so called cosmetic surgeons destroyed it, and he could still be alive today – happy within himself.
The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery survey said increased photo sharing and patients’ dissatisfaction with their images on social media sites is part of a rising trend. They observed a 10 per cent increase in rhinoplasty, a 7 per cent increase in hair transplants and 6 per cent increase in eyelid surgery in 2013 compared to 2012.
They say, if you feel compelled to go for one nip-and-tuck after another, or find yourself repeatedly making appointments for Botox or microdermabrasion procedures in an effort to eradicate or change a perceived imperfection, you should seek professional assistance to deal with the psychological root cause of the problem.
Abreactions are strong, often disturbing emotional and even physical reactions to something re-experienced from the past, as if real. An abreaction could re-traumatize rather than achieve the desired healing, particularly if there is no experienced therapist present to ‘rescue’ the patient (when listening to an MP3 at home for example). Our Welcome subliminal messages are abreaction free, you can rest assured you are safe.
The Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Plastic Surgery MP3 was written and recorded by Peter Zapfella to ‘lock-in’ the unconscious shifts following one-on-one therapy to deal with the underlying psychological causes of the problem. He is available almost 24/7 world-wide via Skype. For more information go to www.PeterZapfella.com and www.skypetherapy.pro
Now you can listen to the Life Beyond Compulsive Plastic Surgery subliminals when ready to sleep and let these gentle and encouraging words guide your unconscious mind into the realms of dreams.
If you listen to the Life Beyond Compulsive Plastic Surgery MP3 while sleeping, on ‘repeat’ or ‘loop’ your unconscious mind will hear this message around 385 times in the course of a normal 8 hour sleep. The more the Life Beyond Compulsive Plastic Surgery messages are repeated over and over, the more they are uncritically accepted by the unconscious. A simple message regularly repeated, will eventually become a new unconscious belief. However, following one-on-one therapy with Peter Zapfella the results can be miraculous.
The Life Beyond Compulsive Plastic Surgery subliminal affirmations are simply ‘concealed’ from the conscious mind within masking music and environmental sounds to foil conscious analytical thinking, which could otherwise ‘filter out’ messages.
Subliminal affirmation text;
“You know people who seek compulsive cosmetic plastic surgery are suffering from insecurity, low self-esteem and unhappiness. Excessive plastic surgery is exceptionally expensive and painful. It threatens medical and psychological complications too. This is detestable to you, so you no longer risk it.
You are now more clear in the mind, more secure and happy within yourself. You are proud of yourself and accept your physical looks as honestly and uniquely you. You know perfection is a limitation. You accept everything and everybody because you are more confident within yourself. The way that you feel is becoming better and better because the burdens have been lifted for ever and ever now that you welcome life beyond excessive plastic surgery.”
© Copyright 2017 Peter Zapfella