Would You Consider Plastic Surgery? {Guest Post by Suzanne Whitman}

As anyone who has ever been a mother or father understands, parenting is a concept (or job, if you will) that covers an endless number of different responsibilities. Keeping your children safe, happy, and on what you consider a good developmental path involves more work than anyone who has never tried it could ever imagine, and also provides no breaks or rests. For this reason, a lot of parents lose touch with the concept of helping themselves, and forget to do things to keep themselves happy. A big part of this is often physical, as parents with growing children often sacrifice, even without meaning to, time that would normally be spent on exercise, or other healthy physical activities.

For some parents, one good way to get around this problem might be plastic surgery. This sort of surgery, as you are no doubt aware, is designed to physically alter you in quick and efficient ways, and can be very helpful for people who don’t have time to exercise, especially as they grow older. For example, if you are a woman who sees your body beginning to age a little bit, you may want to give some thought to breast implants. Implants do not have to be extremely large or obvious to be effective – in fact, many mothers end up having breast augmentation simply to regain the youthful-looking breasts they may have had before having children, rather than to specifically make breasts larger.

Liposuction is another popular procedure for aging adults who struggle to find the time for exercise or physical care. Proper diet can do a great deal to help keep you thin, but without proper exercise, you may find that you begin to pack on a few extra pounds as you get older. Liposuction is not only reserved for drastic situations, but can also be used to get rid of small amounts of weight, and can help you to get back to a starting point that you are happy with. From that point on, you can try to be more focused on making a little bit of time for exercise here and there.

There are a number of procedures like these that can help parents to do something for themselves now and then. Obviously, caring for your children is your most important job as a parent, but for your own physical and psychological health, it is essential to treat yourself now and then, and to make sure that you stay happy. Not only will this benefit you as a person, but it will also contribute to your parenting efforts, as a mother and father who are satisfied with themselves and their own lives will be more effective with raising their children.

Disclaimer: This is a guest editorial by author Suzanne Whitman. Opinions expressed may not necessarily reflect the opinions of Blessed Beyond Words.*