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.
The secret to feeling young is choosing to see the world, especially those close to you, through the eyes of love. Fear of emotional pain causes people to shut out their loved ones. Learn how to stop blaming and choose love over fear.
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.
There's no doubt that growing old is challenging, and that despair is part of the process. But through the miracle of love, we are able to support each other to survive and even thrive as we age.
When dying people were asked what they regretted most in their lives, many said it was not having the courage to live the life they wanted and not expressing their feelings honestly.
Being sex-positive means you are honest about what pleases you sexually and communicate that to others. It is also about accepting others' sexual preferences, supporting the importance of sex education for young and old, and having safe sex.
We all begin to clarify our sexuality in adolescence. But that understanding changes with age and experience, hopefully becoming wisdom that finally allows us to deeply love ourselves and others.