Each women comes with her own battle story that humbles me to the core. I wake every day to appreciate my shell that God, or whoever gave me (Mom and Dad) and thank the universe that I am currently healthy. To the women who have graced my little shed I salute you and your bravery and your stories all make me a better person.
On the subject of Boobies, I have one gorgeous amazing customer who is so super nice and has one breast bigger than the other. Im not talking about a size difference, which by the way is 90% of women but one that is about 4 sizes bigger than the other. She told me that Im the only person she has shown her boobies too. SO privileged and grateful that she trusted me but actually I think its the addictive nature of the amazing tan.
Anyhow as we got to know each other she told me that she was booked in for surgery to have them corrected and im so excited for her so she can feel normal about herself. Cant wait to see her again, you never really know how you feel about your body until something doesn't work or look like it should so never take it for granted.
I have another customer, actually I have quite a few who are very young and have size H Breast, now just imagine that for a moment. One of them had dents on the top of her shoulders from the weight. I had to ask her if they bothered her and she replied, “nope I like them” She is the only one that has said that.
I have another 2 customers that I have watched grow and change into different people after their breast reductions and Ive been told that having the reduction surgery is a major but they really do look amazing and so natural unlike the silicon valley the North Shore is turning into, but I not here to judge im here to make you brown and feel better.
Below is some images taken from the internet of the battle scars and a list on how to check your boobies so remember to do that people and for you fellas reading this, a quick finger up the bum bum for you lot :o)
MOST cases of breast cancer are found by women noticing unusual changes and taking the initiative to visit their doctor, says ELUNED HUGHES, of charity Breast Cancer.
TOUCH . . .Your breasts. Can you feel anything unusual?
LOOK . . .For changes. Is there any change in shape or texture?
CHECK . . .Anything unusual with your doctor. No one knows your body better than you and everyone will have their own way of touching and looking for changes – there’s no special technique and you don’t need any training. It’s good to get into the habit of doing this regularly – maybe when you are in the bath or shower, or getting dressed in the morning.
Changes to check for:
TOUCH . . .Can you feel a lump, either in the breast, upper chest or armpits? Is there a lumpy area? Or unusual thickening of the breast tissue that does not go away? Is there any unusual pain? Either in part of the breast or the armpit.LOOK . . .Is there any change in size or shape? For example, one breast might become larger or lower than the other. Any change in skin texture? Such as puckering or dimpling of the skin of the breast. Any change in colour? For example, the breast may look red or inflamed. What about the appearance or direction of the nipple? For example, one might become inverted (turned in) when it normally points out. Is there any unusual discharge? One or both nipples might have a discharge. Any rash or crusting? Of the nipple or surrounding area.CHECK . . .Is there anything unusual? If so, get it checked out by your doctor as soon as possible.
Cited on the internet 2.27pm 17/05/17