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Friday, 11 February 2011

Your Beautiful the way you are

A recent story about a university student, 20, who flew to Philadelphia, US, for silicone jabs to increase the curve of her buttocks.
Instead of a successful op Claudia, of Hackney, East London, suffered chest pains after the injections and died in hospital. Judging by her photo she was already a very beautiful young lady. What a really sad world where young girls are literally putting they're life at risk by opting for cheap unregulated plastic surgery and all in the name of vanity!
Cosmetic surgery is clearly potentially dangerous. But people don't seem to treat it with the same caution and fear that they would another surgical procedure. People seem to be less willing to see the danger of having a tummy tuck compared to that of a stomach operation they need medically.
When things go wrong someone can end up disfigured or even dead, a facelift can lead to your eyes or mouth not opening and closing properly. Breast implants can result in oddly shaped breasts. And post-surgical infection is a risk, as is severe psychiatric injury.
What a horrible thing. Girls and women, you are beautiful as you are! Don't cave to pressures by others to look a certain way. It'll ruin your life! What a terrible price to pay for wanting to look good. This real tragedy and a needless death that should never have happened and I truly hope others will learn a stark warning from this so that no more lives are needlessly lost!
For the religious and spiritual among us, body image may instantly improve with the simple reminder that God gave you the body you have for a reason. He didn't make you to look like Beyonce because you aren't Beyonce. He wants you to be healthy enough to do your life's work. To live and work at an optimum level. So, accept His creation, and nurture it.
Condolences to her family

Wednesday, 2 February 2011

mini rant cont.....

Cont post about celebs and parents.....
for example Rihannas new S&M video alot of people are insulting and tweeting Rihanna, concenred parents where ranting allover the internet saying shes meant to be a role model bla bla bla, now i dnt condone her new video because it is extremly sexual BUT if thats what shes gonna do to get money then so be it, i mean your there complainning about Rihanna whilst my girl is living her life making millions. theres so many things we do as human beings as parents ans siblibgs relatives that are being done and said infront of these kids that is 100 times worse than rhianna and all these celebritys sexual video.

Take the log out of your eye before removing the speck from your neighbours eye kinda thing, for how long are celebrities going to be blamed for living their life.
peep the video below....

p.s the video has now been banned in 11 countries, MTV are considering re-editing it for daytime play and YouTube are making sure users confirm they're over 18 before watching it.

Parents or Celebs?!?!

What do celebrities mean to kids?

Ok, I understand teenagers may look to them for fashion etc. But, I've come across parents who seem to blame celebrities for being 'bad role models', if their children start smoking/drinking or even being rude. But, since when were celebrities meant to set standards for the way children act? Surely the biggest role models in a child's life, up to a certain age, is it's parents? That's just my opinion, though. I would like to hear what others think, if anything?
Fair enough celebrities are in the spotlight, but they are humans just like me and you and shouldnt be pressured into being what they are not. 
  • By the time our kids are in middle school, they start to look to their peers for a sense of what’s socially acceptable or desirable.
  • Kids choose public personas as role models, but there are no guarantees that a star will stick to a lifestyle that kids can look up to -- or that parents will approve of
  • Kids have always looked to celebrities as role models. Now that kids are immersed in the 24/7 media world at younger and younger ages, these role models play an even bigger role. Everywhere kids turn, they see images and hear reports about their idols. And now that social sites like Twitter,Facebook, and YouTube allow celebrities a no-holds-barred way to communicate directly with their fans. Kids are often left alone to make sense of it all -- or they turn to their peers to figure out what’s happening. The results aren’t pretty
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Happy New Year

Ive been way to naughty and ive been away for far to long.....argh issues upon issues
1. i got demotivated
2. i forgot my password
3. i had alot going on with uni and alll

But thankfully i can say in 2011 im back :D thanks to my followers and those that read my blog, i hope you will continue to follow me on the journey

Hugs and Kisses xx