Archive for well-being

Tired of Being Put Down

You asked Coach Allana Pratt: I love my girlfriends but they can be a little snarky at times, which drives me nuts. How can I keep my friendship but politely tell them to stop cutting me down?

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Single Since My Divorce

Question: I haven’t been on a date since my divorce. I don’t want to say or do the wrong thing, what advice do you have for people starting to date again? Read More →

Post Pregnancy Body Turns Off Husband

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Q: My husband is no longer sexually attracted to me. I gained a few pounds with our little girl and he is used to my pre-pregnancy body. How can I be in a marriage if my husband is not attracted to me?

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Want to Check On My Ex? Good Idea?

Q: Allana, is it acceptable to check in on your ex after some time apart.  You see, things didn’t end well with my ex-boyfriend and I worry about him but I don’t want to reopen old wounds or give him a false sense of hope by seeing if he is ok.  Should I leave this well enough alone?

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How Do I Learn To Really Accept Myself?

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Question: As a part of my New Year’s Resolution, I am trying to find a better way to accept the challenges in my life and grow and become more real and honest in my shortcomings. What tips do you have on, not really re-inventing yourself, but in accepting yourself?

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Intimate Conversations with Shannon Law

This week on Intimate Conversations Live, I get to chat with a mentor of mine, the saucy Shannon Law! While her warm heart is intoxicating and her laugh infectious, her big impact is in the ability to help you monetize your message and get more visibility so you can make the difference you’re called to make.

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