Mum Wants Her Teen Daughter To Get Breast Implants And Brazilian Bum Lift As "Ugly People Get Nowhere"
August 9, 2019 11:32 By Fabiosa
A mum who faked depression to get a nose job on the NHS (National Health Service) wants her 14-year-old daughter to have plastic surgery too because 'ugly people get nowhere'.
Mother want's to change her daughter's body
Ex glamour model Carla Bellucci, 37, made headlines in June when she admitted to "flirting" with her GP and pretending to be depressed over her appearance – leading to the free operation on her nose, funded by the National Health Service (NHS).
Now, she's preparing her teenager daughter Tanisha, 14, to go under the knife. The mother-of-three from Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, says her daughter is not a natural scholar and instead encourages her to work on her looks.
Carla has now told Closer magazine:
"Tanisha isn't the most academic of girls, so I don't really care about her education, unlike with my boys. She will need to rely on her looks to get on in life so she will need to be perfect. Ugly people get nowhere these days.”
The single mother admitted that her daughter's bum 'needs improving', describing it as 'very flat', and said she is saving money to pay for her daughter to go under the knife. She is encouraging her girl to get breast implants and teeth veneers.
Carla also supports her daughter if she wants to have a Brazilian bum lift, a risky operation which claims the lives of one in 3,000 patients.
Granted. not everyone was impressed by Carla's admission.
The woman seems to promote an unhealthy body image in her daughter's. She's focusing on the girl's "imperfections" instead of taking her child as a whole person. This might cause Tanisha being self-critical, comparing her body to others, obsessing about weight loss and so on.
How to create body positive image
To create a positive body image parents themselves should be great role models of it!
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- talk and listen to our children
- focus on a child as a whole person
- show that you care and love them the way they are
- be happy and satisfied with your life.
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A healthy body image is important. When you feel good about your body, you’re more likely to have good self-esteem and mental health as well as a balanced attitude to eating and physical activity.
Love your body for what it can do, not just how it looks!