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RE: Clothing: A Powerful Aspect of Our Identity

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I think I started caring about my clothes when I became a teenager. I remember my mom needed a group photo of her 8 kids for her job and I refused to take the picture because I didn't have nice clothes and I didn't want to go out with the old clothes I had. Silly me, now I see the picture of all my siblings when they were kids and the part where I should be is empty. Now I also care how I dress but I wouldn't miss anything just because I didn't have something suitable for the occasion. I really believe that clothes go according to our mood. Since the pandemic started, I don't care how to dress anymore! 😁

Very interesting article and very well researched. Have a nice evening. 🤗

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Thank you my friend @mballesteros for reading my long blog.

I refused to take the picture because I didn't have nice clothes and I didn't want to go out with the old clothes I had

At that age, kids are getting all their signals from outside the home. An awareness of how others see us is acute. I'm sorry you are missing from the pictures :(

It's interesting how we are all different. My sister has an exquisite sense of style, and yet she is patient with me. The nice thing about having siblings is it teaches us to be tolerant of different sorts of people.

Since the pandemic started, I don't care how to dress anymore!

Well, the pandemic did one good thing😅

I hope you evening is peaceful and your Monday is even better🌹🌹