Move Over, Mrs. Robinson: The Vibrant Guide to Dating, Mating, and Relating for Women of a Certain Age

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Sourcebooks, Inc., 2004 - Family & Relationships - 256 pages
The Vibrant Guide to Dating, Mating and Relating for Women of a Certain Age
Wendy Salisbury and Maggi Russell
The only four rules in life: Love More, Exercise More, Eat Less and Try to
Laugh
Absolutely every problem you will ever encounter from here on can be solved
by the endless recombining of these four basic rules. Try it: Living beyond
your means? Eat Less. Bad thighs? Love them More, Exercise More. Hopeless
sex? Find someone you Love More (and probably Eat Less and Exercise More,
too). Fear of Death? Love More, Exercise More, Eat Less, and Laugh in its
Face (oh, and also, moisturize).
After all, the passage through middle age is fraught with relief and
regret--relief that we no longer have to go out with so many inappropriate
men, and regret that fewer of them are actually asking us out. And while
some things are perhaps no longer tasteful, possibility is all a matter of
attitude.
So whether you're out to find the perfect man, or are just looking for a boy
toy to while away the hours, you'll find this book full of bracing
encouragement for doing life well no matter your D.O.B.
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1 Dating, Mating and Relating
2 Sex Mates
3 An Unsuitable Boy
4 Soulmates
5 The Mistress
6 Body and Soul
7 The Sisterhood
8 All By Your Self
9 (Draw Your Own) Conclusion
 

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These veddy British journalists dare to explore "the horror of wrinkly sex." Aging female readers looking for signposts and encouragement will be partially satisfied, but this is more like a pub crawl ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments ix
1
Dating Mating and Relating
25
Sex Mates
71
An Unsuitable Boy
89
Soul Mates
115
The Mistress
147
Body and Soul
175
The Sisterhood
207
All By Yourself
227
Draw Your Own Conclusion
251
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