Sex & Love for Grownups: A No-nonsense Guide to a Life of Passion
Timed to coincide with the release of AARP's 2004 Sexuality Survey in its 22-million-subscriber lifestyle magazine, For Adults Only offers candid insights on the romance and relationship issues uppermost in the minds of grownups.
Q: My husband wants me to talk dirty to him. Is there a book I can learn from?
Q: Our kids just left for college, and it's created a stillness between my husband and me. How can we reconnect?
Q: My wife and I are in our 50s, and we have sex once a week, but it's not enough for me. Is this normal?
Now the most poignant and provocative questions sent to AARP The Magazine's "Modern Love" column have been collected-and answered-in a new book, For Adults Only, that reveals everything you always wanted to know about sex, love, and relationships at age 40 and beyond.
With recent behavioral surveys showing that healthy Americans stay sexually active into their 70s and up, this is the perfect forum to find out what others are thinking-and doing-about finding a new partner, making love, and making love last.
Sallie Foley, M.S.W., is a marital and sex therapist in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She is co-author of Sex Matters for Women: A Complete Guide to Taking Care of Your Sexual Self.
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