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Monday, June 19, 2017


(Men's Health) Okay, maybe you are your khakis, just a little. A study from Columbia University and the University of Wisconsin suggests that your stuff can affect your self-image. Use that:

Dress yourself
Don't wear clothes chosen by your mate if they don't feel like you. When what you wear clashes with your view of yourself, the inconsistency can erode confidence, researchers.

Shun knockoffs
That fake Rolex may look legit, but you know it's a fake, and that can make you act dishonestly, the study suggests.

Splurge selectively
Spend big on big purchases, like your home and car; they have the most influence on how you see yourself.

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