“The Real Me”?

Reality TV actress Heidi Montag had ten plastic surgeries in one day, baffling many people who thought she looked great to begin with. She Keeps Referring to the New Her as ‘The Real Me’. This can be disturbing to many people.  Do you believe Heidi’s actions can impact a lot of people?  What ideas do you have to help people discover their ‘Real Self’?

About Krishna Pendyala

Author of "Beyond the PIG and the APE: Realizing SUCCESS and true HAPPINESS". I am a life coach, speaker and workshop leader. My vision is to enhance life on our planet by raising awareness of the ego, in a simple manner. My commitment is to empower men and women make better choices to achieve joy and fulfillment, without protracted struggles or huge personal crises. I believe we can create an enlightened society where inner awareness empowers people to thrive in harmony.
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2 Responses to “The Real Me”?

  1. Jodi says:

    Wow! I wouldn’t trade her self-esteem for any fate! Seriously, I feel sorry that Heidi so desperately feels she needs to improve her looks and seek so much attention. Doesn’t she realize how ridiculous she is going to look in her coffin? Talk about an identity crisis…!

    The article said that “cosmetic-surgery procedures performed on those 18 and younger have nearly doubled over the past decade, while nearly 14 percent of Botox injections are given to those in the 19-to-34 age group, like Heidi.” Aren’t we trying to find our identities at that age, and if so, what will happen to those who will hopefully grow up and learn that their identity has little to do with all that cosmetic fuss?

    I agree with what you said on the home page: We worry about imperfections that others never see; we lash out at threats that are mostly imaginary. So how do people like Heidi -and the rest of us bombarded by these examples- find peace with who we are? Can this trend in our society ever really be abated?

  2. Joyce Wilde says:

    Thank you. More awareness around this part of our humanness (the ego in general) is great to see written about. – The ego is so easy to see in others, so hard to perceive in ourselves….

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