DEAR HARRIETTE: My mother won’t stop getting plastic surgery. She’s 52 years old, and she’s done body sculpting, liposuction, lip fillers and Botox, and now she’s trying to schedule a complete facelift. I’ve been doing research lately, and I’m reading that she could potentially be addicted to surgery. -- Plastic MomDEAR PLASTIC MOM: Sadly, there are many people, women in particular, who begin the process of using surgical and other techniques to “improve” their appearance and who fall under the spell of the changes. Perhaps you can suggest that your mother go to therapy with you to work on some issues that are bothering you.