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Why can't some men dress well?

Author : I_Call_It_Like_I_See_It

Submitted : 2018-01-02 20:36:43    Popularity:     

Tags: men  dress  

My brother wash all his clothes together and keeps in a basket, unfolded, straight from dryer in his room...picks from it. Often wears same thing three days in a row. He will wash clothes with grease on them, not pre-treat, stuff washer so they don't

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Because I'm comfortable dressing like a slob because it's comfortable. Seriously, I don't care anymore. I'm not pursuing a potential mate and have no desire to do so. So dressing like I do helps keeps the gold-digging, struggling, single moms at bay. They think I don't have a lot of money. I'm hardly wealthy but the fact is I make pretty good money and I'm saving every thing I can for retirement, my retirement, not some gold-digger's retirement. I live well below my means but I'm not hurting or lacking anything. If I want something I can go out and buy it. Even if I dressed more appropriately I'm smart enough to know that a more desirable woman would only want me for financial support. And that is something I can live without.

why "CAN"T" some men dress well ?

I do not evaluate it as CAN"T

Can't by definition used as an Uncountable noun , as in something PREVENTS him , or impedes his ability to ., as in ITS NOT MY FAULT something prevented me .

He himself impedes himself by lack of DESIRE to make the Effort ,

Meaning the IMAGE or his personal appearance is NOT something he possibly VALUES .

In the psychological arena a lack of self esteem studies have show person with SELF respect are less likely to engage in BLAME Guilt REGRET Lies Secrets and Stress

,so persons with low self esteem tend to engage in Blame Lies Guilt REGRET as a result experience more stress , and having less structure or routine to their lives live in Chaos

Wrinkled laundry may be a SYMPTOM of that,,,

well he at least washes them so has some level of esteem

, I have seen worse piling already worn clothes on the floor

and then picking from that for the days attire ...

. Help him some people learn from EXAMPLE , but if the desire to learn isn't there ... You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink .

.. He might someday realize he did not get a job , date promotion or more friends , related to his own behaviors of lack of self regard ...

. NEW routines or to develop a HABIT a repeated behavior take 6 - 8 weeks of repeating to take hold he possibly has no MOTIVATION or reward

see CONDITIONED RESPONSE as in Pavlov's dog experiments

as Dr Phil would say " HOWS THAT WORKING FOR YOU "

apparently its working for him NOW

. people do not change behaviors until they realize something is NOT working well for them , but if you engage in Blame , as in its always someone else s fault ( BLAME )

, lack of self responsibility that is why many criminal are RE OFFENDERS they never see it as their own fault

no let your brother live his own life the way he wants to

I have enough pride to not care what people think about my clothes.

Because, they don't take pride in themselves.



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