Dr. Frankie Bashan is a renowned relationship coach and dating expert. She is a licensed clinical psychologist with over two decades of experience working with couples and individuals and specialized training in the field of trauma. She also received her board certification in sex therapy in 2022. She possesses a unique combination of formal training, innate emotional intelligence, and communication skills that allow her to help couples struggling with relationship issues of all kinds.
Dr. Frankie is the CEO & Founder of LittleGayBook.com, which focuses on personalized matchmaking and singles events for lesbians, bisexual women, and trans women and has successfully connected couples across the United States for the last decade and a half.
Little Gay Book also hosts lesbian/bi fast flirting events all over the country. Join our email list to be the first to know: http://bit.ly/2dbvmEs
In 2022 Dr. Frankie presented a TedX talk focusing on the topic of sexual fluidity. You can view it here: https://youtu.be/mIjAqACtCLg
Her latest venture is as CEO & Founder of LittleBlackBookMatchmaking.com, specializing in personalized matchmaking and singles events for heterosexual singles.
Dr. Frankie’s coaching is based in Northern California, but clients can access her services via Zoom from around the globe. To learn more about working with Dr. Frankie 1:1: please visit this URL: https://littlegaybook.com/coaching/
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Today Dr. Frankie discusses the idea of spending time apart in order to improve a relationship. She addressed the common issue of feeling bored or unfulfilled in a long-term relationship and explored the importance of maintaining novelty and mystery. By engaging in separate activities and pursuing individual interests, partners can keep the sense of discovery alive, allowing each person to evolve and grow over time. Dr. Frankie also highlights the potential problems that arise when one person becomes the sole source of social support for the other. This can lead to feelings of guilt, resentment, and a lack of personal fulfillment. Allowing for independence and individual pursuits can alleviate these issues and ultimately contribute to a happier, more fulfilling relationship.