A 24-year-old woman in China was recently scorned by her lover for undergoing cosmetic surgery. As a result of her facial procedures, the woman no longer resembled her mother. When her boyfriend saw a picture of her parents, he became appalled by this fact, causing him to break up with her on the spot.
The woman, who most likely opted for facial cosmetic surgery to feel better about herself, was devastated by the events that unfolded with her boyfriend. Her already fragile psyche began unraveling, sending her into a downward spiral of desperation and despair.
Fearing future rejection by other men who may not approve of her cosmetic surgery makeover, the woman took drastic action. She forced her 60-year-old mother to undergo several cosmetic surgery procedures so that they would look like they were actually related.
It is quite common for women to turn to a cosmetic surgeon in an attempt to look more like their favorite celebrities. Many women opt for BOTOX in order to have Angelina Jolie’s lips, breast augmentation to achieve Scarlet Johansson’s perfect cleavage, or a rhinoplasty to get Jessica Alba’s nose.
However, it is unheard of for a woman to be forced to undergo plastic surgery to look like someone who has already had their appearance cosmetically altered. Can you imagine someone going to a doctor and saying, “I want Michael Jackson’s pasty, artificial-looking, overdone face.” Preposterous!
But in the town of Wuhan, China, a similarly absurd request was made of local cosmetic surgeons. By opting for cosmetic surgery that altered the features provided by her genetic code, this woman waived her right to desire a familial resemblance with her mother. If she wanted to look like her mother, she should have kept the hand dealt to her at birth. To force her mother to undergo serious elective surgery that she did not want is unconscionable.
It appears that her mother was satisfied with her natural appearance, because she put up a fight with her daughter over this extreme request. After considerable bullying on the part of her daughter, the mother was forced to take drastic action of her own. She had her daughter committed to a psychiatric ward for mental health treatment. Hopefully, the proper regimen of therapy and medication will help her daughter cope with the trauma of being rejected over her plastic surgery.
Ideal candidates for cosmetic surgery desire their procedure to feel better about themselves. They are not bullied into altering their appearance for the gratification of others. If you meet those criteria, please schedule a confidential consultation with an experienced plastic surgeon.