So you and your ex have broken up, and you’re asking yourself, “What now?” A lot of people take this time to achieve their revenge body: a newer, healthier, fiercer look that says you are happy and sexy without your ex.
But how can you achieve this in a way that truly allows you to feel better without him or her?
A New Style
Getting a new haircut, sexy dress, or—if you can afford it—a new wardrobe is a great way to remind yourself that you’re starting a new life. Many people do something drastic with their hair, but you can always get a simple change in style and still feel great.
One of the best ways to get the revenge body you desire is to start working out. Strength training and cardio 4 to 5 days a week should cause you to start seeing results in just a few weeks, and you can really start to feel strong and desirable on your own. Eating a healthy diet can help your skin glow and give you energy to stay active. Be sure to first check with your doctor before starting any diet or exercise program.
Believe it or not, many people turn to plastic surgery as a potential option, post-breakup. Some people just want to see a minor change may decide to get fillers or something equally non-invasive. Some of those who are getting out of long-term relationships may decide to consider a surgery like rhinoplasty (nose job), tummy tuck, or breast augmentation.
We often see individuals who want to make a change to their appearance after a difficult breakup so they can get the body they desire and move forward with confidence. Just remember, the entire goal is to feel beautiful, strong, and more confident in yourself.
Plastic Surgery in Manhattan and Commack, NY
Whether you want to change your look or just make a small change, contact Advanced Cosmetic Surgery of New York. We have two offices for your convenience. Please call us at 212-206-0023 for our NYC office or 631-499-1831 for our Long Island office. We are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM and until 6:00 PM on Saturdays.
Life is full of ups and downs. Breaking up with someone you love is hard, and you’ll need time to adapt to life without that person. Please thoroughly consider the gravity of plastic surgery before making a final decision. Make sure that any changes you want are for yourself, and you only.
Never have surgery to make someone else “happy” or in response to critical statements they’ve made about your appearance. If they don’t love you for who you are, then you are probably better off without them.