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'Women with good energy will take your man,' Lucky on keeping him interested

Media personality Lucky Mbabazi believes for a person to be loved, they have to love themselves first.

Lucky Mbabazi and Patrick Kanyomozi

"You have to learn to love yourself... People who know me know that I love myself, and If I love myself, I'm going to keep myself looking good," she said in a video posted on her YouTube channel Kachai with Lucky where she was discussing what women can do to keep their men interested with Mariam Babu.

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"And if you feel good, it's very easy for you to pass on the same energy. There is no human being, especially men, who doesn't love good energy."

According to Mbabazi, it's a lack of self-love that makes women worry about their men being snatched when they see them with other women.

"And you should be worried because women with good energy will take your man. Simply because everybody loves to be around someone who makes them feel good. So, if you wanna work on your vibe,... look after yourself."

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The radio host, who is married to media personality Patrick Kanyomozi, gave an example of exercising by taking walks and dancing as some of the things women can do to keep "feeling sexy".

Babu also acknowledged that "self-confidence attracts men".

Mbabazi said that she understands her weaknesses but she doesn't focus on them, rather she focuses on the good features of her body.

"Exercising, for me, it has worked wonders," she said.

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The 41-year-old YouTuber also cautioned women against emulating things from movies, because that's acting.

"Do not look at the celebrity that you follow... because they are selling the idea of perfection," she said.

On her part, Babu proposed keeping an open mind, so it helps you learn new things that may protect your relationship from boredom.

"I think we lose ourselves along the way in the relationship and think there is nothing we can do to keep a man. There is... but before we do all that, let's stop thinking that it's sex that's going to keep the man because even if you do helicopter style, he'll still go and look for cockroach style," she said.

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"We need to be in a space where keep an open mind in a relationship... Most of the things you are going to see in a relationship are actually new... When you are dating, it's a different thing... [than] when you start living together... Be ready for the shock."

Babu also asked couples to promote communication and Lucky Mbabazi agreed.

"How you communicate is also very important. People stop playing with their partners because you are in a relationship. With my man, we play and joke around a lot," Mbabazi said, adding that being playful can help you pass on advice to your partner without them feeling judged.

She also said women should be intentional with their dress code.

"Occasionally, surprise him with a nice, you know, nice lingerie," she said.

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She also emphasised the importance of physical intimacy.

"So, when they tell you cockroach style, it means you are going to watch it... and learn a new thing... Also, you can go watch with him... because these guys are physical and they love to try things out."

Babu advised women to not wait for men to initiate sex.

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