Our expert says:
Hi Gemini, <br>Nice to hear from you, and I can't see why anyone would think of laughing about your very real and understandable problem. Whoever was able to speak to your husband and enable him to see the light should start helping others see the same light, from the sound of it. From the sound of it, he has much to make up to you, and it makes sense for him to offer to pay for the surgery IF this would please you --- he can now afford it. <br>It would make good sense for you to see the surgeon and get clear what is possible, and what would be involved --- but you don't have to accept the invitation to proceed to surgery, immediately. <br>It may be worth seeing a good CBT type counsellor for some sessions, first, to enable you o feel better about yourself ( your message suggests an undeserved low self-esteem ) so that you could feel proud and happy of the normal body you have, and of any changes you might then choose to make. It'd be good, if surgery is what you choose, to do so fully electively, and not driven by low self-esteem ( the surgery enlarges the breasts, not the self-esteem !). And CBT to help you feel more autonomous and less concerned about what other people think, would also be valuable. That might be a wise first investment, and then you'd be free to decide whether surgery would further enhance your enjoyment of yourself and your capabilities.
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