In this episode, I talk with Sue Goldstein, BA, CCRC, AASECT-CSE, IF. (That is a ton of credentials isn't that?!)
In 2007, Sue and her husband moved from Boston to San Diego to open up San Diego Sexual Medicine.
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We discussed the fact that NO, we don’t have to sit in a separate bathtub holding hands with our partner (think Cialis commercials) and in fact, we don’t even need to have partner at all! Think about it, if you are a woman, chances are your partner (if you have one) is going to predecease you if you are around the same age since women live longer than men.
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Steven Loring, award-winning filmmaker and screenwriter, filmed “The Age Of Love”, a documentary which follows 30 people in their 70’s and 80’s participating in a senior speed dating event. The film shows with both humor and pathos that new love can be found at any age. Listening to Steven tell his story will definitely make you want to see his film!
After discovering that a speed dating event was to take place, Steven had the challenge of getting all participants to agree to his filming. The responses surprised Steven and will surprise you as well.
Many seniors who have lost the love of their lives have resigned themselves to thinking that finding new love in their twilight years is not possible. To underscore this, there is a general feeling that after a certain age desire for both physical and emotional love fades away and is therefore a subject that is avoided by family or even close friends. Read more HERE.
Rock Your Retirement's host spoke with Beth because of her book, Deserving Desire: Women's Stories of Sexual Evolution.
Kathe loved this paperback book cover! Although it’s considered a text book she can help the non-academic as well, and I plan to purchase a copy of this book for my kindle.
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