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Allison Holker Is 'Feeling Strong' and 'Confident' 1 Year After Stephen 'tWitch' Boss' Death: '2024 Feels Like a Fresh Start'

Jan. 17 2024, Published 6:20 a.m. ET

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Over one year after Allison Holker's husband, Stephen "tWitch" Boss, died by suicide, she is looking forward to what the future holds.

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Allison Holker's husband Stephen 'tWitch' Boss died in December 2022.

"I'm feeling confident, I'm feeling strong, my kids are doing well so I feel like 2024 [will be] so much bigger for us," the dancer, 35, shared in a new interview with Entertainment Tonight. "It feels like a fresh start. I said the other day, it feels like a new beginning for us, and of course, we're still gonna have lows and still have moments, but it really feels like we're in a new trajectory and a new chapter for ourselves."

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The dancer said 2024 is a 'fresh start' for her and her family.

The star, who shares three children with Boss: Weslie, 15, Maddox, 7, Zaia, 3, is also gearing up to release a picture book, called Keep Dancing Through: A Boss Family Groove, featuring her loved ones.

"I was like, 'Oh my gosh, this is the time to write this book of where our family is now. It's grown so much and now I have a beautiful husband; this is gonna be something wonderful for our family to look back on,'" she dished. "That spark that I had with Weslie kind of reignited with all of us, which is really special about the book, it really is just a true and tried example of what our days were and what we'll continue to do."

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The brunette beauty also shared how the book's message has changed since her husband's passing.

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Allison Holker shares three kids with Stephen 'tWitch' Boss.

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"Now it has such a different meaning 'cause it's a way for my kids to look back on what we had, you know? We had something so fantastic and so special, and it takes you through a day of our life," Holker explained. "I hope that this book, for my children and so many others, can really represent such a beautiful side of what we have and those beautiful memories and the way we walked through life. Affirmations for myself and my late husband were such a big thing in the way we lifted our own spirits, and we were teaching that to our kids, and that's really what this book is trying to do. I hope I can get other kids to do the same thing."

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Allison Holker recently wrote a children's book.

"Getting them to find this encouragement through mishaps or conflict in the family but then also just having fun through it. You have to, as a parent, have those big conversations... just dance it off, shake it off and have a good time together," she continued. "As a parent, I've always tried to find that ebb and flow of serious conversations — being strict and really creating a next generation with morals and stuff but then also being like, 'Ok, we had the big talk, can we just have some fun and you're still a kid!'"

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