Friday , September 18 2020

Getting the Most from Relationships as we Live Longer

Getting the Most from Relationships  as we Live LongerYou know the saying, “Only the good die young,” but that’s just an old wives tale. Being one of the leading plastic surgery offices in the Tampa Bay area, this “Getting the Most out of Relationships” article may sound like a strange topic to address for Image Lift Facial Plastic Surgery. After all, they typically deal with making people more beautiful, addressing cosmetic concerns, like making noses straighter, creating facial balance, plumping with fillers, neck lifts and tackling anti-aging. Nevertheless a good deal of their practice includes medically necessary plastic surgery. They have an all-encompassing practice and they proudly do it with the utmost care and expertise.
The issue at hand is not just to look younger, or to improve upon a preexisting cosmetic issue, but it’s how can we live longer, and how can we get the most out of the relationships in our lives?  Isn’t that essentially what most of us want?  If you ask yourself the ultimate question, your answer most likely is that you want to live to a good ole age, not too old, but old enough to see the important things in your families lives, and to make a difference in this world.
The latter is of extreme importance for most people. They want to believe that they’ve made a difference in the world’s advancement somehow. They want to be loved and to have given love. But do you want to know what’s the most beneficial thing for your overall health and longevity?  It’s being able to give to the needy, show love and compassion to others, and to connect with people through genuine acts of kindness. That’s it!  It’s a simple model of what life is about. You give and you most likely receive, even though the receiving part is discretionary, of course.
There are multiple studies on individuals that have lived past the age of 100. Although very important for overall health, these individuals usually were not that focused on eating well, or vigorously exercising daily. What they all typically have in common is that they were great humanitarians, and they were well loved, because they showed love.
It’s a simple cause and effect. Most of these people did not set out to be loved and receive it in return, and that’s the key!  They just wanted to be a resource for others around them and to make the world a better place right in their own backyards with selfless ambition.
Do something great today—love someone that doesn’t necessarily fit your normal criteria. Make a difference in someone’s life. It’s the perfect time of year to offer up your talents, your comforting words or your empathy. Do something that will bless you more than you intended, because you just might be surprised at how internally good it makes you feel to help someone in need. The longer you live, the more good you can do!  You’ll not only feel better, but you’ll look more beautiful to others as well.
Rich Castellano, M.D. is an experienced facial rejuvenation artist, whose specialties include the latest laser and filler techniques. He has developed a specialized approach for effective results, giving him a reputation as a highly referred facial plastic surgeon.
Attending the University of South Florida for both his undergraduate degree and medical school, he completed his surgical training at the prestigious Indiana University School of Medicine.
He went on to complete a fellowship year in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery studying with some of the world’s greatest experts in the field.
Dedicated to delivering world-class care to his patients, he utilizes his extensive experience in office-based facial plastic surgery to ensure the best outcomes. He has performed over 10,000 cosmetic procedures of the face and neck, making him one of the most experienced facial plastic surgeons in the U.S. today.
Rich Castellano, M.D. is a native of Tampa, Florida and is a family man blessed with a wonderful wife and three beautiful children. He is a practicing student of meditation and an avid reader. He and his wife also participate in mentoring efforts with an extensive list of worldwide contacts.
To find out more, or to book a consultation, please call 877.346.2435, or visit their website at ImageLift.com

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