Q: Allana, my husband has recently decided to stop doing a lot of things that are making him very unattractive to me. He stopped cutting his hair, he stopped shaving, he stopped exercising, he even stopped bathing for a few days. I don’t know if he is in a rut and when I ask him about it he tells me “Things are fine.” We’re in our mid-fifties. Could this be a mid-life crisis?
If you are ready to awaken the feminine yummy-ness that can fuel our actions, instead of that will power of pushing, you will want to listen to this month’s Intimate Conversations Live. To learn more about what Lisa has to teach about relationships can be found here:
You can learn more about Lisa in her bio below.
Lisa is passionately in love with an incredibly beautiful, manly-man who often weeps when he looks at her because he’s so touched by being in the presence of the Goddess. Their lovemaking takes her to heights and depths she has never known.
Lisa is aligned with her soul’s purpose, being showered with abundance, and loving her work so much that she’d do it even if money were no object.
Lisa experiences life orgasmically, whether in the bedroom, swimming in the river, hanging laundry on the line, or drinking my morning Irish Breakfast tea with milk and honey as she watches the sun come up through the pines.
Q: My ex-husband and I are talking about starting again. When have two children and we never really stopped loving each other, we were just in two very different places in our lives. We want to try again but if things didn’t work out, we feel it would impact the kids even more. Any advice?
In honor of my next workshop starting in April, here is a sweet sincere question from the December workshop. Enjoy!
Q: Allana, I have been having the hardest time dating. I left my previous girlfriend because she was so emotionally and verbally abusive. And now, I am dating someone new, I am in a relationship, and I am so paranoid and psychologically messed up that I keep making mistakes, waiting for her to reject me. I don’t know how to put my mind at ease, I don’t know how to be present, I don’t know how to tell myself “the past is the past”.
Found another yummy video from the Soul Shaking Conscious Relationship Week. If you missed the December workshop, you are just time to sign up for the one taking place in April. Sign up today: allanapratt.com/soul-shaking
Q: Allana, my girlfriend constantly talks about her past relationships. I mean, our relationship is great and we are the best of friends. I think she does it out of comfort, knowing that I won’t get offended or just really doesn’t think about how it could bother me. I don’t want to make a big thing out of it but I am wondering if I should at least start dropping hints because it does hurt my feelings.
Q: Allana, my husband has a crush on you. While I thought it was cute after first, it made me start to get a little insecure when he made your pole dancing, birthday party pictures his desktop wallpaper. While you are a Goddess to which I can not hold a candle, I feel like I’m standing in your shadow. What can I do to get my husband to desire me as much as he seems to desire you?