In this video, Allana Pratt talks to Corey Jenkins about how to apologize to yourself, and a man for leaving your heart and listening to fear.
Are you guilty of leaving your heart?
You may leave your heart because you are scared. You are scared of loving and being ‘vulnerable’ and ultimately of getting hurt. And this is okay. We all go there at some point, but the fact that you have recognized this, and want to change things is great. If you have gone to your head and abandonned your heart, ask yourself why and have a talk with yourself about what is REALLY going on under the surface. WHY are you scared? Are your fears founded or are you just worrying? If you feel you have left your heart and disconnected from your man simply because you are scared, first of all, forgive yourself and then say sorry to HIM.
Say sorry. It leaves him speechless
If you say sorry to your man for leaving your heart, you show emotional maturity. You also show that you are aware that you have been distant and have perhaps disconnected from him. He will feel safe with you because you are able to take personal responsibility and not just blame like a lot of people do. You don’t need to make a huge song and dance about this, just find a quiet moment to sit down with him and say ‘I am sorry. I have been caught up in feeling vulnerable and I have been scared and I have left my heart and gone into my head and I know this has affected you and us’. This will leave him speechless and is so powerful as you show that you are scared to be vulnerable and are opening your heart.
It’s okay to be vulnerable
Understand that it’s okay to be vulnerable and worry, but open your heart and know, that you are safe. No matter what happens in love, you can and will survive it. So open up and allow love to come in and allow him to get close again and when you do this, you find yourself again and it feels wonderful doesn’t it?
Tell your man that you feel a little vulnerable too, as this is so feminine and men adore a woman who is feminine. This does not come across as weakness and does not leave him feeling that he needs to run, it makes him want to care for you and he respects you as you are totally open and honest.
Know that if you find yourself in this place, it’s okay. Just accept it, and let it go and you will come back to your center.
About Allana Pratt
Intimacy Expert Allana Pratt inspires open hearted living, with delicious sass. Featured on CBS, TLC & FOX, this cum laude graduate of Columbia University is the Author of 3 books. She’s a coach to celebrities is and the Host of the sexy empowering show “Intimate Conversations LIVE”.
After working with thousands of men and women who struggle to open their hearts again in the aftermath of a harsh breakup, Allana helps them learn how to date again and find lasting love. She inspires women to embrace their sacred erotic nature to attract all the love and attention they can handle. She heals men’s emasculated hearts, cures their ‘nice guy’, and awakens their ‘noble badass’ so they can create hot, healthy intimate relationships. To know more about Allana, visit her website below.