Just came back from my 4th session. So something new. Along with the needling, the doc lasered off the edges of the scar to even things out, which I think is brilliant. I'm not posting any pictures cause it's just going to look like the other ones, red and swollen. I've 2 more to go and then I'm done. I'm assuming he would want me to do more to make it really really perfect but time and money is a bit tight so I am planning to wait till December. Oh, yeah, I forgot. I was going to tell you guys that there is a way you can actually get this surgery if you have the will and credentials. This is just something I thought about for you folks that don't have access to this theraphy. I'm pretty sure some of you guys know about this, but you can actually try getting a job as an ESL teacher for a year so you can get this done. I use to be a recruiter for people that were interested in teaching in korea, however, I am no longer active. But if you want me to help you I can. So here is the deal. As an English teacher, all you need is a bachelor degree in any major as long as you are from the 7 English speaking countries and you must have a clean record. The benefits are great and it's a great way to travel and save money. A lot of recent college grads come and end up paying of their debts and still have money to take home. Fully furnished housing is provided, airfare is provide both ways, insurance is covered 50%, and you get a severance pay after your 1 year contract. The salary ranges anywhere from $2,000-2,700 a month. Now you might think that this is not a lot.. and it actually isn't for some people.However, think of it like this. Let's say you make $5,000 or more a month. But you got your bills, rent, insurance, high living expenses( depending where you live.. I'm from cali and it's not that cheap) etc... How much do you think you would actually be left with from that $5,000? Not a whole lot. Now, you pay no rent, no bills other than the utilities(which is pretty cheap here), 50% of the insurance is covered, and the living expense is really low here in South Korea. So, what do you think about my idea? Hope it helps someone out... If you have any other questions, feel free to ask~
Sorry for the typos.... theraphy?? lol therapy.