A review of suicide risks associated with breast augmentation as supported by research literature. Authored by David B. Sarwer, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Surgery, and The Edwin and Fannie Gray Hall Center for Human Appearance and the Center for Weight and Eating Disorders, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia PA.
We want to look better while we live longer. As medical science advances, our chances of living longer increase annually-- if we will only understand what the research says and follow it effectively. Living longer requires both a physical fitness program and a knowledgeable and comprehensive view of eating well, while keeping our weight controlled. And plastic surgery may be another option!
Kim Westfall spent the first 23 years of her life feeling inadequate. Her lifelong dream was to be a curvaceous woman, but after breast implant surgery she felt anything but glamorous as her dream turned into a living nightmare.
So much significance is attached to sexual performance and conception that women and men’s egos are crushed when they seem to fall short of what they consider to be the universal customary standards. Are they using the right approach to counter their worries?