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12 Secrets To Great Romance For The Rest Of Your Life

June 4th, 2012

12 Secrets To Great Romance For The Rest Of Your Life By Judith Sherven, Ph.D. NABBW’s Healthy Relationships Expert You can have The New Intimacy in your life. And, it\’s easier than you think! All you have to do is begin practicing the first of these ten steps. When you feel comfortable, add the next one that attracts you most. Before long you\’ll notice a difference in your confidence, self-respect, your capacity to give and receive love and, of course, the intimacy that makes it all worthwhile. See what magic you create! Step 1: ACCEPT COMPLIMENTS. Do you have trouble accepting... Read More

Why Can\’t You Hear Me?

April 25th, 2012

WHY CAN\’T YOU HEAR ME? By Dr. Dorree Lynn, Ph.D. NABBW’s Expert on Boomer Women Sexuality We all know the overused generalization that Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus, but sometimes when we communicate with our partner it seems as though we\’re millions of miles away from one another, trying to have a conversation while actually standing on Mars and Venus. Couples often get into communication conflicts without even knowing whether they are differing about style or content. As with sex, many men prefer to cut right to the chase, while women may tend to talk on and... Read More

Looking for Love in All the Right Places

November 18th, 2011

Looking for Love in All the Right Places By Dr. Dorree Lynn, Ph.D. NABBW’s Expert on Boomer Women Sexuality Back in the dating scene and feeling a bit outnumbered and overwhelmed? RELAX! Step 1: Take deep breaths. This isn\’t going to be as horrible of an experience as you think. This is an exciting adventure! You are about to learn new things about yourself as you start a new life and make new friends, and one of the best ways to start is to start becoming in things that interest you. Don\’t just go to some place that you think might have that dreamy person you\’re... Read More

Can You Be Loved for Being Different?

July 7th, 2011

Can You Be Loved for Being Different? By Judith Sherven, Ph.D. NABBW’s Healthy Relationships Expert Before we get into what it means to be loved for being different in your wisdom-elder years, we want to take you on a bit of a vision quest. When you were growing up what did you learn about how you were supposed to think about and treat people who were different from you and your family? What did your family say? How about your friends? Neighbors? What were the messages you received either openly or by suggestion? You may not have an answer right off, because this is not a question that... Read More