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This research paper explores the impact of surrogacy advertisements on consumer psychology, aiming to uncover the intricate ways in which these advertisements shape attitudes, emotions, empathy, and interest among individuals. Employing a quantitative methodology, the study analyzed participants' responses to Likert-based statements, offering a comprehensive examination of the psychological effects of surrogacy advertisements. The findings reveal a significant positive perception and emotional resonance evoked by surrogacy advertisements. Participants consistently expressed agreement with the statements, highlighting the advertisements' ability to convey hope, positivity, and emotional upliftment. Furthermore, the study demonstrates the effectiveness of surrogacy advertisements in highlighting emotional rewards and aligning with personal values, fostering a positive perception of surrogacy services. The research also delves into the influence of surrogacy advertisements on consumer attitudes and empathy. Exposure to these advertisements positively impacted participants' attitudes towards surrogacy and enhanced their empathy towards individuals considering surrogacy. Additionally, surrogacy advertisements were found to spark heightened interest among participants to explore surrogacy services further. One of the most notable findings is the profound impact of surrogacy advertisements on participants' thoughts and emotions related to surrogacy. A significant majority of participants agreed that these advertisements had a lasting effect, underscoring the potent role of emotional appeals in shaping consumer psychology and perceptions. This study contributes valuable insights for marketers seeking to effectively communicate the emotional rewards of surrogacy and resonate with consumers' personal values. Furthermore, it advances our understanding of how advertising content can influence not only consumer perceptions but also societal acceptance and awareness of complex and sensitive issues.