I will also describe how each type can personally grow to overcome any of their self-limiting beliefs. A Perfectionist is concerned with being good, correcting error, doing what one should, and getting things right. The focus on what is “good” and “right” gets put out into relationships.
As you read through these different types, you may get a sense of where you fit or you may not clearly see it. They have an active inner voice that guides them to do the right thing. The strong sense of “it should be this way” voiced by the Perfectionist — in the interest of what seems right — makes it look like there’s only one way of doing things, their way.
Meanwhile, in his home province of KZN, Bhaka is known as a herbalist who sells a well-known herbal product.
He is the man who is now believed to be Kelly Khumalo's new boyfriend.
True serenity is gained by accepting things as they are, even what appear to be “imperfections.”A Giver is focused on fulfilling other peoples’ needs. So they get back too little — since others do not have a Giver’s “psychic” ability to see needs.
They believe they’ll get love and connection in this way. Eventually they break into anger, or just as easily, tears.
In my book Relationship Tools for Positive Change, I cover each type in more depth — and give you tools and methods to work with problematic relationship dynamics that occur between different types.
Each couple is a unique combination of two specific personality types.
However, Sangoma Dumezweni Mahabuke said his bones were showing him the new man in her life but a dark cloud is still with her. Senzo is crying for justice and this time the wheels of justice are turning quickly," he said.
He said the truth is about to come out and it will change Kelly's life for the worse.
Afro-pop singer Kelly Khumalo set social media ablaze when she was recently spotted with a traditional healer at the Saxon Hotel in Sandton, Johannesburg.
Facebook was abuzz when her photos with Zamokwakhe "Bhaka" Nzama were leaked on to the social network.
Most relationships encounter discrepancies between one partner wanting to be closer, and the other wanting space.