Honesty is the Best Policy
I know getting surgery was no one's business but my own. But I was very honest about what I was getting done. There are a few other women at my work who had just gotten BA. They lied through their teeth about it. Everyone noticed a difference but no one would ask about it. So everyone just talked about it behind their backs.
When I decided to get my surgery I told my boss and the people in my department what I was doing (it's only 2 other women) But as we all know people can't keep secrets so by the end of the day everyone knew and was asking me about it. All I said was yes I am doing it. And that was it, end of conversation. Of course there were the people that said "why do you need implants" — all I said was it would make me happy and that was good enough for them.
After the surgery people were like, let me see. I was like sure whatever (I am not shy at all) Everyone loved them. I think like 5 other girls from my work are getting them done now. No one looked at me negatively. It's amazing how much more acceptable plastic surgery is now. Once people knew I had surgery they would tell me what they had done. It's almost like an instant bond between people.
I felt no pressure at all being honest. I didn't have to wear certain shirts to cover myself up. I could just be myself and wear what I want and not have to lie. All the other women here are still lying and everyone knows. It is no one's business but theirs but people like to talk. I am just glad they aren't talking about me. And if they are it just means I am important =) I am comfortable with myself and my decisions. People are going to judge you no matter what. Even if I told everyone I didn't get surgery they probably wouldn't believe me and then they would talk even more. I am proud of myself and my decisions.