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.
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.
Sexual experiences are more than physical encounters, especially as we age. At this stage in our lives, we have more of ourselves to give emotionally and are capable of experiencing spiritual transcendence during ecstatic moments of sacred sex.
Understanding three types of sexual expression—the mental, physical, and emotional—improves our relationships by deepening the need for connection as we age and by making us better, more intimate lovers.
Men's sex drive diminishes naturally as they age, but this doesn't have to mean the end of their sex life. Learning new ways to be sexual keeps a man's sex drive alive, his woman happy, and their relationship thriving.
Defining impotence as a problem may be outdated. For many men these days, erectile dysfunction is simply a stage of life. Once you finally accept being impotent and begin to address the issue with your partner and doctor, you will discover there are many upsides to impotence.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common occurrence that can be treated far more successfully now than in the past. One man relates his 20 year struggle with impotence and how he finally regained his sexual prowess.