“It’s really important for me to be well dressed.” She said this with some defiance, looking at me as if to tell her this was wrong, or vain.
Instead, I asked, “Tell me more. What’s important to you about being well dressed?” She looked at me skeptically, took a deep breath, uncrossed and crossed her legs, then told me her story. It was never just about the clothes. The woman sitting across from me in my office continued with her story and why it was so important for her to be well-dressed.
She proceeded to tell me more about how, when she was little, her family had barely any money and they shopped from the dime store in the rural area where she lived.Read more on themighty.com