Intimacy with your Beloved feeds your heart, mind, body, and soul, especially as we grow older. Learn how to rekindle and keep that loving connection alive.
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To remain vital and engaged with life, we must reinvent ourselves at different stages. Growing older is no different. The limitations imposed by aging challenge us to change yet again and invent new ways to live a vibrant, meaningful life.
Loving connected sex is a true panacea for our mental health as we age. The transformative power of love is always available to us, especially in old age when we are capable of healing lifelong childhood wounds.
Maintaining intimacy in love relationships is an on-going process, whether you are young or old. Because so many things distract us from being intimate, we must make loving connection a priority in our lives.
Relationships are like gardens. . .both need continual, loving attention to flourish. This Valentine's Day, take time with your Beloved to share what you appreciate most about them. A love letter is a wonderful way to share your feelings with your lover.
The transition from "Sex Gets Better After 60" to "Love Gets Better After 60" is subtle, but it hits on a deeper question of what is the meaning of an intimate relationship and how social media influences our views.