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Belen Rodriguez on plastic surgery: I see people with facial deformities
Belen Rodriguez has returned to the direction of "Le Iene", the Italia 1 program that started the new season yesterday, October 4. The presenter debuted in the role of "correspondent", making a report with a very delicate topic: dysmorphia, or the psychological condition characterized by excessive and frequent worries about the imperfections that people perceive in their physical appearance.
Belen turned to experts, psychologists, and heard the story of Federika, a girl who suffers from it. A long conversation through which the presenter also narrated her experience, highlighting her insecurities: over the years, she could not believe the compliments she received and this made her go on a personal journey.
"I started studying, I started going to psychoanalysis, I started it when I got divorced for the first time, which for me was an incredible pain and I couldn't get over it".
As for cosmetic surgery, which is increasingly used by people dissatisfied with their bodies, Belen agrees - as long as it is not invasive - but does not spare a criticism of surgeons who support the demands, sometimes unnecessary, for radical changes.
"If someone has a concern, they should be helped, not further worried. Because I see so many people deformed in appearance, in the face. The question I ask myself is: why does one have to go to a plastic surgeon to look like this? I repeat: I am someone who has used surgery, but I rely on people who do not destroy their face. Or to those who tell you: no, you don't need this".