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Dear Parents, 3 lessons your child should learn from the girl who underwent a failed plastic surgery

Most people undergo plastic surgery because they feel they need to enhance a particular part of their body, thinking it would be pleasant to the eyes of other people. Undergoing a plastic surgery involves a lot of risks which include disfiguration and death.

Popular Nigerian based plastic surgeon, Adepoju Anuoluwapo also known as Dr Anu Fella is the surgeon who is responsible for the failed surgery of popular socialite Omotola Taiwo Temilade, better known as Omohtee.

She was the one who had called out Dr Anu Adepoju of MedContour after a failed cosmetic surgery and she has explained how she tried to kill herself and had to spend millions of naira to treat and take care of herself after the failed surgery.

She explained how much pain she went through and how she had suffered a lot just because she wanted a flat tummy and bigger backside. Personally, I feel like people, especially children should learn one or two lessons from the ordeal of Omotola Taiwo Temilade.

1. Every child should be comfortable with their body

The main reason why most people undergo plastic surgery is because they are not comfortable with their body and this is totally. Omotola Taiwo Temilade wanted a flat tummy because she was not comfortable with the one she had, she also wanted a bigger backside due to the fact that she was not comfortable with the one she had and it lead her to severe pain and embarrassment on social media platforms.

When a child is comfortable and happy with the he or she looks, there wouldn't be any need to undergo any form of plastic surgery and this would prevent such child from unnecessary risks.

2. Teach your child against body shaming

Body shaming is one of the biggest problems of the society because it has a lot of people to depression and some even went as far as commiting suicide. When a child body shame an individual, it can lead to such individual taking irrational decisions like undergoing plastic surgery and this might lead to death or unnecessary pain.

3. Every child should resist peer pressure

Peer pressure can lead to a child diverting from every lessons he or she learned at home and every child should learn to resist it. A person can peer pressured into undergoing a plastic surgery and if such person is not able to resist the pressure it might lead to a disaster.

Personally, I believe that the three lessons listed above can help our children and youths at home and help us reduce the rate of people suffering from the hands of plastic surgeons.

Kindly drop your opinions in the comment section below and please share to your family and friends.

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