How many times have you walked into a Walmart and saw terribly dressed people who had no business being out in the public? Did you not want so badly to tell them to take their behinds home?
When common sense and logic isn’t present and it seems that people aren’t concerned with their appearance, we tend to feel for them what they should feel for themselves. You cannot coach self-esteem, but you can encourage people to care more about their appearance.
You never know what’s going on in a person’s life, but the compelling emotion to change their situation is enough to engage them and “help” them to help themselves.
A positive self-image usually is indicative of person’s appearance. The objective is to influence other’s to internalize this concept and choose to improve themselves.
Revealing clothes actually reveal how disciplined you are, as well as how concerned you are about your appearance. Having to look at you could be more of a traumatic experience to us, but we hope you at least care about how you look.