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When Fiction and Reality Collide

So often we fall prey to the lusciousness of the relationships we see in movies and on television.

The intensity, the passion, the chase, and finally the union.

The question is, what happens when those who see these relationships look for them in reality?

Even bigger question, what if these relationship were real?

Would they be as beautiful, wonderful, magical or would we see a fourth wall that is often ignored?

I had the pleasure of tackling this sensational question with the delicious Sara Nachlis of Girlboss.

In her article, 10 Relationships In Pop Culture That Were Actually Toxic AF, I join fellow love and relationships coaches and really tackle the rawness of some of the most renown television relationships: Ross and Rachel, Carrie and Big, and a few others.  Check it out and let me know what you think.

All my love,
A.

Advice On Dating Someone Less Experienced?

Q: What do you do when you date someone that isn’t as “experienced” as you? I have met a nice girl and she has only had 2 partners while I had, well – a lot more.

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I Think He Has Fallen Out of Love. How Can I tell?

You asked, “Allana, how do I know if he has fallen out of love with me?”

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Am I Doomed to Be Single Forever?

You asked Coach Allana Pratt, “Is it possible to go through life, the whole thing, single? I put immense pressure on myself worrying that I could.”
Will I always be single?

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Happily Married but Sexual Unsatisfied

You asked, “Coach Allana, I am a happily married man but my wife just can’t satisfy my sexual needs.   We are so opposite in the bedroom.  I obviously don’t want a divorce but I don’t want to be unsatisfied either.  Help!”
Different Desires in the Bedroom

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Sexually Abused Spouse. How Can I Be Supportive?

Question: My wife suffered from sexual abuse as a child, and while she’s been fine most of our marriage, suddenly she’s developed panic attacks when we make love. How can I help her through this?

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