I sense behind your question is a desire for a soul shaking conscious partnership that contributes to your life, yes?
It was my first experience with casual sex like that — and I was surprised by how into it I was.
After my usual pattern had failed to land me a rom-com boyfriend, I’d decided to go in the opposite direction by taking a dating hiatus.
What if you considered that the dangers were no greater or less than any other form of dating? xox What if you decided that you were willing to do whatever it took to meet your beloved, even online dating?
What if you even decided that it’s OK if it still feels a little taboo… What if you decided you were going to enjoy the journey no matter what or how it unfolds?
My dating life followed a very specific pattern in my early 20s.
I’d meet a guy, we’d go out, have a good time, go out a second time, a third, and then I’d get the line.
Imagine looking back and celebrating your courage as you gratefully fall asleep and wake up beside your ideal partner?
It’s totally possible and happens to my clients all the time. Looking forward to hearing from you, blessings, Allana p.s. Enjoy your “How To Be A Noble Badass” Complementary Training at
As much as I liked Will, I knew that there were a lot of ways in which we’d never work as a couple.
The passion that made our sex so good also meant we bickered regularly.
And while we’d go out to shows and bars together, we agreed that we'd hang just as friends. He’d sing me Johnny Cash songs in a thick southern accent.