Question for Penny: People say I’m a good catch and I would make someone very lucky one day. I cannot disagree that I am a fun, successful, well-rounded individual who is also kind. I’ve had
I've come to learn that no matter what kind of relationship you're in, a relationship is a place you go to give. It's not a place where you go to "deserve", or "owe"; the latter notions mentioned
I listen to some of my clients tell me how hard they try to "do things" or "make time" for a "certain someone," but that someone isn't putting in a similar effort. Okay, I get
Know the difference between true love and ego love so you can make better decisions with whom you choose to surround yourself. In this short video, Penny from Wellness With Penny.com candidly shares her thoughts
Love is one thing that nevergoes out of style Though love is only a four-letter word, its depth and beauty makes our language seem so limiting when we try to define it in its entirety.
Why are some people experiencing relationship bliss while others have resorted to “believing” that there’s no such thing? Well, this is what it all comes down to: It’s all in the way you think and
I know I’ve repeated this more than twice: In order for things around you to change, the first thing that must change is you. Change has to begin with you– not the other way around.