There are certain situations whereby men take pride in thinking that women dress attractively because of them. This may not always be true because certain women dress to feel better about themselves.
Relationship therapist, Blessing CEO has revealed that she used to like skimpy dresses since she was 10 years old and it had nothing to do with attracting a man. According to her, people should be able to dress how they feel comfortable.
Blessing CEO in a live video said;
"I used to like skimpy dresses since I was 10 years old and I wasn't attracting any man. I used to have a flat tummy and so I flaunted it but I have to cover it now since I have given birth.
My mom used to scream that I should cover up my body but I loved the way I dressed. The only reason I cover up now is that I am a mother and some occasions do not warrant me wearing skimpy dresses. If I had the flat tummy I had when I was young, I would still wear skimpy dresses."
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