Self-confidence is important to both your physical health and your psychological well-being. When you believe in yourself you’re more likely to try new things, devote your time and energy to tasks that matter, make good lifestyle choices, and foster healthy relationships.
Many of us struggle with confidence issues. In an age of social media, it can be difficult not to compare ourselves with other people. Nonetheless, some people are just too confident in themselves that they don't care about what others say, but their happiness and what enables them to get what they really want in life.
A South African woman named Lerato 'Habiba' Makgatho from Tshwane, who is 28 years old took South Africa by storm after revealing that she uses muthi to attract rich men. According to her, it is working wonders in her life. As confident as Lerato is, she claims she is too beautiful and irresistible.
Habiba became a slay queen to fight poverty as she comes from a disadvantaged background. In 2019 a blesser bought her a pre-owned Toyota Etios worth R75 000 . Late last year another blesser bought her a yellow Mini Cooper for R85 000 which was also a pre-owned automobile.
The 28-year-old woman made headlines this year after a blesser bought her a R2.5 million house on Valentine's day. Clearly, her muthi is doing exactly what she wants it to do.
Using muthi to attract men or make them love you is a bad idea. It is just the same as forcing men to love you. What will happen if the same muthi that you are using on men is no longer effective? It means you are going to spend more money on muthi to renew it's effects. Keeping a primary relationship healthy, positive, supportive and together isn’t easy. But it can be done without using muthi.
To make it work, couples need the maturity to realize a long-lasting relationship will entail sacrifice, commitment and hard work, not muthi.
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