Apologies without plans of actions are just words. Empty words. But here is the amazing part that many don’t understand. Words lead to change.
My name is Dr. Val, and I yelled at the nurse. After two terrible back-to-back experiences at the outpatient center, I yelled at the nurse, and no, I am not sorry.
There’s an intimacy about plastic surgery that a lot of people won’t comprehend. There are so many relationships – existing and co-existing – at the time of surgery.
As we see the pink ribbons and calls to get mammograms, we may forget that, for some women, every month is breast cancer awareness month.
Self-improvement and self-confidence are usually at the forefront when it comes to aesthetic matters. But more important than anything else is self-love.
The days of hiding plastic surgery scars are long gone. But, for some, the stigma of plastic and cosmetic surgery may still exist.