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Love and Romance After 50: Joan Price Featured on How to Navigate a Mid-Life Crisis

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Joan Price, author of The Ultimate Guide to Sex After 50 (Cleis Press 2015), shares her expert advice on mid-life relationships.

(PRWEB) August 15, 2014

Joan Price, whose book The Ultimate Guide to Sex After 50 is publishing in 2015 (available now for pre-order), was featured on Men's Health on how to navigate a midlife crisis. Price advices that "Both men and women worry that their partner no longer wants them or finds them sexy, and both may feel anxiety and loss because of the changes." To navigate these changes, she suggests "Tell your partner what you need more of, like extra time kissing and touching." She also proposes that reading erotica together can be intimate and a way to keep things fresh in the bedroom.

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Joan Price is best known for Naked at Our Age: Talking Out Loud about Senior Sex, which won Outstanding Self-Help Book 2012 from the American Society of Journalists and Authors and Best Book Award 2012 from the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. She penned her sexy memoir, Better Than I Ever Expected: Straight Talk about Sex After Sixty. Price's savvy advice, personal candor, helpfulness and humor garnered awareness in the media, in professional circles of therapists and sex educators, and among the huge population of people over fifty who hunger for real information from an age-appropriate author.

The Ultimate Guide to Sex after Fifty offers clear and reliable information, action tips, and helpful resources. Whether you have a vibrant sex life now or an unfulfilling one that youd like to fixor even if youre just curious about what other people might be experiencingthis book will be a real resource for you now and through the years ahead. As she says herself in the introduction, "I bring the understanding of what our modern, over-fifty population wants in information about sex and aging. I bring the experience, attitude, warmth, and humor of a media-savvy, sixty-nine-year-old woman who is living and loving in an aging body and is willing to talk out loud about it. "

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