Dear Lisa Ann, Getting caught cheating, playing more fantasy sports, best life advice

Each week, Lisa Ann will be answering your burning questions about sex, relationships and her personal life.

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SiriusXM Editor
October 21, 2016

Former No. 1 Adult Film Star Lisa Ann has been putting the “fantasy” in SiriusXM’s Fantasy Sports Radio every Monday night at 10 pm ET for awhile now, but she also knows a thing or two about real life. Each week, she’ll be answering your burning questions about sex, relationships and her personal life. This time around, she’s tackling: The difference between getting caught cheating, playing more fantasy sports, and best life advice.

Dear Lisa Ann,

So I got caught cheating on a girl I was dating, which was a stupid mistake. Everyone’s telling me to just move on from her, however do you have any advice to win her back from the mistake I made?


— Baby Come Back

Dear Baby Come Back,

There are very few cases where someone will only cheat once and that is most likely what is on her mind. Most of the time when someone is caught cheating, they’re searching for validation and find that the easiest way to find it is by seeing if they are still desired by others. You have to ask yourself why you cheated and look at it for the future. There are situations in long term relationships where a couple can work through something like this, but the trust issue is always there and it puts an endless struggle on the relationship. I don’t know how long you have been dating the girl you cheated on, but I can tell you that you can’t force her to forgive you. I will take the side of your friends and tell you to move on from her and allow her to date someone who she can genuinely trust. Make sure you clear the slate with her and express your regret and apologize. In the future, I advise you enjoy the single life until you are ready to fully commit to an exclusive relationship.

— Lisa Ann

Dear Lisa Ann,

First I just wanna say that you’re a beautiful woman and I have seen most of your videos. My question is, why do you only do basketball and football? I would love it if you did baseball as well. Just a thought. Thank you for your time and reading this. God bless and just ignore all the BS that other men say and only see you as porn star. You’re a wonderful human and I wish you the best success on your blogs.

— On the Diamond

Dear On the Diamond,

First I will say thank you for your long-term admiration as well as your support of my transition into my new career and life. You are in luck here too, I do cover football and basketball but I also cover baseball and this year I am going to take on the challenge of hockey. I have only played fantasy baseball for two seasons, but after taking the time to really learn the sport, I find myself wanting to watch more games every season. We cover all sports at SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio (Ch. 87) you can listen in. I also offer my listeners a change to participate in a free challenge weekly on FanDuel covering whatever sports are in season. I tweet the link on Friday’s and we go over the winning line-ups on Monday Nights on my show Lisa Ann Does Fantasy 10 p.m. – 12 a.m. ET. Check it out!

— Lisa Ann

Dear Lisa Ann,

What is the most influential life advice you were given and WHO gave it to you?

— Life Advice

Dear Life Advice,

Over time as I’ve gotten older and have had more life experiences, there are many conversations from my life that seem to replay constantly reminding me of how valuable they were. I’ll mention the one that I wrote about in my book, The Life, from one of the first male porn stars I worked with and became close friends with. His name was Ian Daniels and he was in the business for a couple of years before I arrived. Ian told me to find friends outside of the industry and keep my lives very separated. He also introduced me to his two best friends, that 20-plus years later are still my best friends. This advice gave me separation from my career and my personal life. What I didn’t know then that I know now, is that your career friendships do change when you’re no longer in the same industry, but your personal, private relationships that have no connection to your career stay solid and true no matter what you’re doing for a living. I’m so thankful for the advice he gave me because these friendships have held me down and kept me strong through my transition, they have offered me unlimited support, positivity and love. We all need that!

— Lisa Ann