Stars often proudly say they have “no regrets” about past behavior. Own it and move on. Not Heidi Montag. The reality TV star who had 10 plastic surgery procedures in 2010 tells Access Hollywood she went way overboard. “I would never do it again, and I never recommend it for anyone,” Montag, 26, said in an interview on Access Hollywood Live on Thursday. “I was definitely way in over my head. I’m glad it worked out, and you can’t really reverse time. I kind of wanted a few enhancements and then it kind of got out of hand. I wasn’t told really the repercussions and what would happen, emotionally and psychically and the pain I would be in. I was kind of in shock.” Still, she isn’t ruling out more. “I’m not sure if I would have done anything again,” she explained. “I just focus now on being healthy, alive and strong.” Montag, whose rocky relationship husband Spencer Pratt also made headlines back in the day, says the two are doing just fine. “We’re good, we’ve been married for four years and we’ve been together for six â€” in Hollywood that’s ancient!” She adds, “I honestly love him more and more every day, I laugh more, we enjoy each other more, especially taking a step out of the spotlight. We’ve really been able to enjoy each without all the chaos.” Montag is hosting the third anniversary party at Crazy Horse III in Las Vegas tonight and has another regret. She doesn’t miss the spotlight. She says, “I only miss the money. If we would have saved our money, it would have been better.”
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It was in back in 1999 when I went for my medical/physical examination, I met a white military doctor that would conduct my physical. He smiled when he saw my name. â€œYou are from Nigeria and you must be Ibo.â€ I said â€œyesâ€. He continued, â€œFrom your name, you must be from Anambra State â€. […]
The developmental stage of adolescence is marked by major cognitive, social and biological transitions from middle childhood. The development of an adolescent’s self-concept is a salient process of this emerging time of change.