I support the euthanization of ugly people
- Feb 27, 2020
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CursedOne said:didint you talk with him before surgery?
Was thinking about thisone job away said:I wouldn’t do that. That’s sure to piss him off. Just make sure you lead the planning so this doesn’t happen
Yeah since I now actually had consultation my view changed.lilhorizontal32 said:Was thinking about this
My surgeon showed me a bad result and I said I didn’t like it because he got chimpmaxxed and he said that it was because of swelling and got pretty pissed off
not sure what to do though because if you don’t point it out before the surgery and you don’t like the end result they will just say that’s it’s your fault for not telling them what you wanted to look like
this is pretty much the same conclusion that I've come to man, thanks for your answer thoughone job away said:Yeah since I now actually had consultation my view changed.
it’s very important to talk about insecurity’s and things you are scared about. Things you want to achieve and avoid. I would 100% Adresse the issue. It comes down to how you communicate it. You absolutely have to talk about things like too much projection. Just don’t be like „mh yeah look at this? I don’t want this“. Say that you are scared of going too much forward and if he reply’s it’s due to swelling ask for pictures without swelling or ways to avoid such an outcome. Ask for a solution rather than blaming someone.
if someone came into my office and basically told me I did a bad job/ am bad at my job why do you even come to my place. The tone is really important, in every interaction in life. Some patients ask for too much projection to not end up with too little. It’s fine to bring up that you have a different vision. I feel like people just tend to not know how to respectfully communicate that. If the surgeon still gets pissed off then he shouldn’t operate on you simple as that.