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Defining impotence as a problem may be outdated.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.
Men need to talk openly about impotence. Silence causes what is a natural occurrence to become a big problem. There are remedies and upsides to impotence, so you should make your partner a co-conspirator and regain your sexual happiness together.
I know from both personal experience and professional study that people are capable of having great sex after 60. I'm convinced we have the potential to thrive as we age when we focus on love and intimacy instead of physical decline, illness and death.
It’s time to rethink our cultural belief that old people aren't sexual. And if they are, it’s disgusting, embarrassing, and shameful. First of all, this belief is a throwback to earlier times when women didn't have the pill, and Viagra was only wishful thinking.
I’m in my 70s now and just can’t ignore the fact I’m getting older. Like most folks, I dreaded aging and thought growing old was the end of the line—game over, pack it up and go home. . . and wait patiently for the inevitable. But now that I’m here, I’m having the time of my life. Here's why.