Originally Posted by ijustcantanymore
This is pathetic.
Next thing you know you people are going to tell me to not do the surgery. To the other poster, you're looking about 3000-5000 to do the implant depending on what state you live in. Reafflected you do not understand how a strong jawline works. It is one of those things where you don't notice on someone, but it DOES make you look physically attractive, and many people praise Bradley Cooper (rated number one hottest guy), Channing Tatum for his strong jawline, and a couple of other celebrities such as Tom Cruise.
The better jawline, the more attractive you will look. It is that simple. It balances out your face. Oh, and you HAVEN'T denied that a recessive chin/no jawline is unattractive. I wonder why? Maybe because I am right. I KNOW I'm right. I've heard it all my life that I have a small chin, and no jawline.
By the way I HAVE heard women say "Wow look at his jawline.", "Yes he is very attractive. That jawline -drools"
I WILL be doing this surgery in a month, and I WILL look better than ever. I will make a before/after comparison, and you will be amazed how different it makes you look. And for those who tell me to not get surgery, and "be happy how you look" go kick rocks. If you're born fugly, why the hell doesn't a person have a right to change how they look to up their self esteem? I know my self esteem will be slightly better once I do this surgery. I am also getting braces in 2 months to get rid of a nasty overbite. After all said, and done. My god, I'll be gorgeous.
The cause of low self-esteem is not physical appearance. It's an unwillingness to accept yourself. Now that you're altering yourself surgically you're going down that slippery slope.
How are you ever going to learn to accept yourself if you start this process of self-modification. There are more natural ways to improve yourself that don't involve changing who you actually are (ie. altering skeletal structure). Exercise, blah blah blah.
If you can get away with just doing this one procedure and not surgically transforming yourself any more I guess that's good. But it's an easy way out, and the end result of how great your personality could be has just been deducted a little.
Greatness is standing out. You're going in the opposite direction. You're surgically altering yourself to do exactly the opposite.. to blend in.
It seems like the whole process of developing self-esteem is learning how to reconcile what makes you unique with what the masses favor. Your uniqueness in this respect is a calling to greatness. The more you suppress your uniqueness the less you will become.
Uniqueness isn't always a favorable characteristic, but it still defines YOU. Don't let Hollywood culture define you. YOU define you.