PSYCHOLOGY

Iranian Teen Girl, Transformed Herself Into A 'Zombie' To Look Like Her Celebrity Idol Angelina Jolie

Date February 16, 2018 13:19

Have you ever been thinking why some people are ready to turn themselves into monsters and lose their uniqueness to become just like their celebrity idols? The ones who suffer most from these transformations are kids.

The story of Sahar Tabar has become a viral sensation after she undergone an extreme transformation to look like her favorite Hollywood star, Angelina Jolie.

Sahar Tabar: extreme cost of popularity

Sahar Tabar is Iranian teenager who claimed to undergo about 50 surgeries to make her look like Angelina Jolie.

Before going under the knife, Sahar was a normal looking girl, and now, all people on the Internet call her a “zombie” and “corpse bride". A lot of them express their disgust with a horrifying look of this teen.

Sahar claims to be one of Jolie’s biggest fans and has said she would do anything to resemble her. The young girl confessed:

I have had my nose operated, my lips were enlarged, and I also had a liposuction. I do not see anything terrible in the operations, many people do this kind of procedures all over the planet.

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Let’s take a look at Tabar’s before-after pictures and compare.

At this one, Sahar looks like a normal girl. She is very pretty with her beautiful brown eyes and cropped brown hair.

And now, take a look at this one. With such unusually pale skin, transformed nose, and her extremely big and unnatural lips, Sahar really resembles “zombie".

The transformation is terrifying, isn’t it? But the worse thing is that Sahar is not the only one among numerous kids willing to turn themselves into zombies.

In 2014, The Guardian published a report with a survey that questioned 2,000 teenagers and found that 40% of young girls would be happy to undergo a plastic surgery. Today, this data is even more terrifying than ever.

So, what should parents do to help teens accept themselves and their bodies? Here are some useful things to know.

How to help teens accept themselves and their bodies

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1. Communicate with your kids

Parents are the ones teaching their daughters what it means to be an adult woman. That is why it is very important to find time to talk to a young girl and ask what bothers her, so that to have an opportunity to prevent a tragedy until it’s too late.

The worst loneliness is to not be comfortable with yourself. ― Mark Twain

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2. Give your kid a daily compliment

All people want to hear some good words about them. Tell your kid that he/she is special and beautiful, and you need to concentrate on other qualities besides physical appearance.

Peace comes from within.  Do not seek it without. ― Gautama Buddha

3. Never say “fat”

It’s important for any child to hear positive things unrelated to looks or weight. What kind of person you are is more precious than what you try to look like.

We can never obtain peace in the outer world until we make peace with ourselves. ―  Dalai Lama

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4. Rethink how you talk about others

Try not to express negative comments about someone’s appearance in the presence of your children. If your kid hears you making comments about a person’s body in a negative manner, he/she assumes that everyone says those things and makes those judgments about others.

Friendship with oneself is all important because without it one cannot be friends with anyone else in the world. ―  Eleanor Roosevelt

5. Love your kids

It’s hard to evaluate the importance of parents’ love and support. Show how much you care about your kids, and don’t’ forget to tell them three magic words “I love you".

How you love yourself is how you teach others to love you. ―  Rupi Kaur

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Encourage your children to love and respect themselves and their bodies. Don’t forget to teach your kids about the extreme cost of popularity and obsessive desire to look like someone else.

We wait to hear your opinion on this matter in the comments.

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