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  Tips About Sexuality For Women by Dr Christiane Northrup What You Need To Know Sexuality is an organic, normal, physical, and emotional function of human life. And women are capable of sexual function and pleasure throughout their entire lives. It’s realistic and entirely possible to create the sex life of your dreams, one that includes nurturing, intimacy, love, passion, and a spiritual connection—if that’s what you desire. In order to do this, you have to distinguish between your own personal truths about sexuality and the distorted views we’ve inherited from our culture. Here... (Read More ...)

Written by Jan Cullinane, co-author of The New Retirement: Revised and Updated: The Ultimate Guide to the Rest of Your Life, shares advice for job seekers over 50. Whether you’re looking for work after a recent layoff or returning to the job force during your retirement years, here are some tips for updating your resume and putting your best foot forward during an interview: Don’t feel obligated to list every job you’ve ever had on your resume. Concentrate on those positions that are pertinent to the employment you are seeking. If you’re looking to change careers, or if... (Read More ...)

The following was posted by Sarah G. Carter on Vibrant Nation. I wanted to share it here because I found it very interesting – I think this has happened to each of us to some degree during our life. I know it has happened to me. – Sheri I’ve been thinking about the long list of women with whom I’ve been fortunate enough to have been intimately connected over the course of my life. Some are physically gone–my grandmother, both aunts, my oldest friend’s mother–but none forgotten. Their lessons and presence are with me still, a part of the fabric of who I... (Read More ...)

If you liked reading the articles by Dr DePree about the health benefits of using a vibrator, and you don’t have a clue where to get one or what kind, Dr Ruth will tell you all about this one brand she recommends. You remember Dr Ruth don’t you? All baby boomers should know who she is! Dr Christiane Northrup recommends using one too. It really can enhance the relationship with your partner when you share your special time together. Go to The Eroscillator and read about it. Also make sure to contact The Medical Negligence Experts if you have had a bad experience with doctor’s... (Read More ...)

Shopping For a Vibrator Shopping for vibrators can be fun, and really very interesting. These devices come in many configurations and with many options, because, well, we’re all different. What one woman or couple likes and needs can be a real turnoff for the next. While my partners and I shopped for the collection we offer at our online store, we kept these factors in mind: Size and Shape Vibrators come in sizes and shapes destined for specific as well as general use. You will find mini vibrators great for clitoral and prostate stimulation. These small devices may fit in the palm of your hand... (Read More ...)

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Part 2 of 3 Of course, I can explain why we need more vulva-vaginal stimulation at our age to nearly any woman in my office, and she may understand and fully accept what I’m telling her. But her next step is to go home and discuss this with her partner, if she has one. Many times, at our age, we’re talking about spouses — sexual partners we’ve had for a very long time. And if that sexual partnership has not included the use of any sexual aids, bringing that first vibrator to bed can be a daunting change. The truth is, we don’t know how our partners will respond to our need or desire to... (Read More ...)

“A Vibrator? Me? At my age?!” That’s a pretty common response when I recommend — actually prescribe — using a vibrator to the patients I see in my menopause practice. I live in a small city in the middle of the Midwest, where sex aids are of course in use — as they are everywhere and for millenia — but they are hard to find and almost never openly discussed, at least not among the generation hitting menopause right now. But, yes, Virginia, a vibrator, for you, and especially now. Here’s why… As we approach menopause, our sex hormones are in a constant state of flux. Perhaps flooding... (Read More ...)

5 Ways to Release Issues From Your Tissues One of my most common experiences during my childhood was observing the constant ‘not being on the same page’ dynamic my parents unconsciously co-created …. One particular evening, I experienced what I ‘used to’ consider a torturous experience….Little Ellie (7 years old or so) is observing the dynamic yet again…Then one of her parents (I don’t remember which one) tells her to turn on the light in the room…She walks over to the light switch and just when she was about to turn it on, the other parent... (Read More ...)

Don’t Assume Your Loved One is in Good Hands My Mom, who is 79 years of age, just had a shoulder replacement. She fell on uneven pavement while in Virginia during Christmas holiday. When she was taken to the emergency room at Mary Washington Hospital, she had an x-ray and was told that she would not need any surgery. It would heal. When she got back to Colorado where she lives, we took her to the doctor who did her hip replacement two years ago. We really like him and trust his opinion. The doctor said she needed surgery on that arm right away. He said her shoulder was broken in four... (Read More ...)