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Love Lust And Laughter – 03.21.17

Joan Price has pulled senior sex out from under the covers, showing seniors – as well as those who are younger – that older folks don’t need to give up on their sexuality just because their bodies are older. Joan is a senior sexpert and has been dubbed a “wrinkly sex kitten”! Please go to www.JoanPrice.com, and to sign up for her newsletter www.eepurl.com/cx2Nab. Her books are: “The Ultimate Guide to Sex After 50 – How to Maintain or Regain – a Spicy, Satisfying Sex Life,” “Better Than I Expected – Straight Talk about Sex after Sixty,” “Naked at Our Age – Talking Out Loud About Senior Sex, and “Ageless Erotica,” a book she edited. The latter is very sexy, very steamy! Dr. Diana and Joan explored why so many older people give up on sex. And, how do people stay sexual when they don’t have a partner? What about quick and easy tips for arousal – whether partnered or alone? Going on a journey of exploration is a good thing; indeed, what might work better? The health benefits of sexuality – including dealing with stress – were also discussed. There is so much more in the program…Please listen, no matter your age!

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This Could Be the Biggest Threat to Your Relationship

It’s often referred to as ‘the invisibleaddiction’ because it flies under the radar. Unlike alcoholism, drug addiction, orhoarding, this addiction is not only almost impossible for an outsider to recognize, but it’s viewed by most of the population as being valuable, even, worthy of admiration. And it’s rewarded with praise, money, and a variety of other benefits. There’s only one …

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Farron Cousins – Obama Again Sounds Climate Change Alarm But Continues Supporting Fossil Fuel Industry

On September 8, The New York Times published an interview with President Barack Obama in which he discussed the rapidly approaching, and already present, dangers of climate change, along with the threats that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump would pose to the environment as president. Reflecting on his climate legacy in the interview, President Obama reinforced his concerns about and dedication to acting on climate change, but his rhetoric fails …