Ever Since I Was In Seventh Grade...

When I was in middle school, I vividly remember the exact moment when I looked in the mirror and almost didn't recognize the face looking back at me.  Somehow over night, my father's pudgy, bold nose, crept onto my face and stayed there.  I was devastated because I had thought I somehow would have escaped the family curse.  I'm thinking that it wasn't normal for a 13 year old to press on nose so hard with the hopes of breaking it and needing a new one.  Honestly, this is the first elective surgery I would get if I ever had plastic surgery.  Sometimes I think if I just had a new nose I would feel beautiful.  Then I realize that there is always going to be just one thing I should change about myself. 

reachin4goals reachin4goals
31-35, F
3 Responses May 31, 2008

oh my god that is exactly what happened to me! I just wrote I story on it. I was 12 and at a gym class and I remember vividly turning around and seeing my profile in a large wall mirror. I was so stunned as I actually didn't think it was me. My nose is the one thing I really want to change about myself. I'm actually thinking of getting a nose job, this year maybe!

If you want it and can afford it then get it. Just make sure you go to a reputable board certified surgeon. As for there always being something you want to change, it is most likely true. I was obsessed with my nose and thought if I got it fixed then I would be pretty. I finally got the nose of my dreams and don't get me wrong, I am absolutely thrilled with it and would definitely do it again, but after my nose was perfect I just found new imperfections to obsess over.

Yea bad idea