This week my guest on Intimate Conversations will be celebrity photographer Mary Ann Halpin! Mary Ann is actually one of my girlfriends from one of my goddess groups, and she has plenty to say about making a marriage work in difficult situations, like Hollywood! If you have not signed up yet go to http://allanapratt.com/conversations and sign up!Read More
This Intimate Conversation with Bruce Sallan was so amazing because we were so open. Both of us were able to connect and talk about our experiences as parents, discuss our children, and get into the whole dynamic of, as Bruce is famous for – his point of view! If you were unable to be on for the interview great news – you can listen to it now! Go to http://www.AllanaPratt.com/members. For more information about this series, or to sign up, go to http://www.allanapratt.com/conversations where you can get connected for free!Read More
This week is a bit of a shake up! Due to the Thanksgiving holiday we will be interviewing on Wednesday, November 23rd and will be celebrating with a fabulous and wonderful Intimate Conversation. Bruce is about the dad’s point of view and is sure to give you some insight and perspective into everything “dad”. Please join us for this week’s wonderful Intimate Conversation. Sign up to join us and hear this and all of our Intimate Conversation series at - http://www.AllanaPratt.com/conversationsRead More
This woman is simply amazing. She is someone who walks her walk and talks her talk, and she teaches you the tools you need walking the sometimes rocky road of a divorce that involves children. Rosalind herself comes from a place with a conscious child centered divorce, through self improvement and dating for 10 years to a successful new marriage. How beautiful is THAT! If you couldn’t catch the interview, then listen now at http://www.AllanaPratt.com/members. For more information about this series, or to sign up, go to http://www.allanapratt.com/conversations where you can get connected for free!Read More
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I suppose it’s better than a secretive relationship with porn, yet your partner’s addiction to his phone triggers the same sense of abandonment, that feeling of being left in the dirt for someone sexier, more exciting.
A recent national symposium of Neuro Scientists and Mindfulness Experts found the brain’s of recent teens who live on Facebook, have 15% fewer brain synapses for empathy than teens just 10 years ago. Thus this phone jealousy issue is real, effecting relationships, marriages and families.
Texting on Twitter uses only the right side of the brain, void of facial expressions, tone of voice and other empathy building connection enhancing activities found and developed in the right brain.
Thus a girlfriend feeling abandoned, jealous or left out is valid. Yet it’s more than just a feeling…Read More