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March 27th, 2019

Generation Bold Radio–April 12, 2015, Guest: Beatty Cohan, Senior Sex

  1. Generation Bold Radio--April 12, 2015, Guest: Beatty Cohan, Senior Sex BizTalkRadio 40:05

Beatty Cohan has been practicing psychotherapy and sex therapy for over 35 years — treating adolescents and adults of all ages and stages in life whose problems include: depression, anxiety, early childhood sexual abuse, addictions of every kind and relationship and sexual problems. Beatty lives in New York City and has offices in Sarasota, New York City and East Hampton.         
As a result of her clinical practice working with individuals and couples who were experiencing relationship problems, she wrote a ground-breaking book, For Better, For Worse Forever:  Discover the Path to Lasting Love (1999, 3rd. ed. 2008) developing a methodological guideline that has been used successfully by thousands of men and women for assessing potential long-term relationships.

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Adriane Berg Associate for Successful Aging & Ageless Travel

Adriane Berg is the Host of the two weekly podcasts, The Ageless Traveler: Lifelong Travel Made Easy and Generation Bold, The Fountain of Truth About Aging, as well as the author of fourteen books on money and lifestyle. She sits on the United Nations NGO-NYC Committee or Ageing and is Cheerleader in Chief for Business Authority 50+, guiding the growing number of later-life entrepreneurs to success. She is a Co-Founder of N.A.E.L.A., The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.

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