I THINK HE’S MARRIED writes:
Hi Khanyi, I met someone a month ago.
He told me he’s not married and has two kids. I went to his house and spent the night there.
In the morning when he left for work, I saw his marriage certificate with a family photo of three kids. I asked him about it and he denied he was married. What must I do?
I love the guy and he makes me happy.
HONESTY IS THE SEED TO ALL THINGS PEACEFUL and long-lasting.
Take note of the small signs. They are telltale signs of what you may think you need and in actual fact – they could be your downfall.
If he loves you, he would share his whole life with you and not have any secrets, right?
KICK IT! Honesty is still the best policy.
GAY AND USED writes:
Hi beautiful, sexy Khanyi. I’m gay and attracted to the male species. I’ve never been in a serious relationship with anyone in my life.
I’m only being used for one-night stands. I really need someone who can love, appreciate and accept me for who I am. What should I do?
THERE’S NO FORMULA TO THIS FINDING EVERLASTING LOVE THING. The secret to creating opportunities for love is to master yourself in a way that makes you content with who you are and then only will you attract what you deserve, because we attract what we’re ready for.
KEEP IT! Let love find you!
SHE’S NOT DIVORCED YET writes:
Hi, Sis Khanyi. I’m a 36-year-old man from Limpopo and I have a 27-year-old girlfriend.
I’m working and she’s studying. I met her through my cousin and we got to know each other. She’s currently pregnant with my child.
She was married, but broke up with her baby’s father.
I want to marry her but the problem is they never signed divorce papers.
It shows they’re still married. I asked her to get divorce papers, but she doesn’t seem concerned about it.
What can I do?
I love her and want to marry her.
BROTHER, I’M SO SORRY TO HEAR, I think it’s time you had a heart-to-heart with your partner.
You need to lay down your future plans and where you see your life in five years.
Also, tell her that not putting the past behind her is really killing you and discouraging the goals you’ve set one another.
Straight talk has never destroyed any relationship.