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Title:
All night long : how to make love to a man over 50
Author:
Keesling, Barbara.
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Publication Information:
New York : HarperCollins Publishers, 2000.
Physical Description:
x, 257 pages ; 20 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780060193027
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Barbara Keesling, Ph.D., has worked as a sex therapist for more than fifteen years. One of the greatest concerns of her clients is how growing older may impact their sex lives. As millions of baby boomers are approaching fifty, this concern has become epidemic. All Night Long addresses their uncertainties and fears, and offers this piece of concrete comfort: Fifty is not a reason to panic. In fact, sex at fifty-and beyond-can be the best sex yet! Author of the bestselling How to Make Love All Night, Dr. Keesling has counseled countless couples on how to make sex sizzle by following her sound advice and easy-to-follow exercises, All Night Long incorporates advice and exercises that are geared to those who are over fifty or whose partners are over fifty. But most Iimiportant, Dr. Keesling addresses the myths that are at the base of people's anxieties about aging. By taking the mystery out of the aging process, Dr. Keesling clears the way for a new understanding of just what to expect-and what to look forward to. Many women are worried-not for themselves but for their partners. They are afraid that the physical changes that accompany growing older will take an emotional toll on their loved ones. Dr. Keesling explains exactly what changes to expect and reveals how many of these art-misperceived as negative when they are actually positive-once you are prepared to approach them with information and insight. We live in a fast-paced society, where not getting there quicklyenough often means losing out. This is not the case with lovemaking: Slowing down truly enhances your sex life. All Night Long is the perfect guide to educate, reassure, and reinvigorate anyone's love life, and for those boomers who are wondering what happens next, All Night Long supplies the answer: It just gets better!


Author Notes

Barbara Keesling, Ph.D. teaches human sexuality at California State University at Fullerton and is the author of eleven books


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Library Journal Review

Here's another title in the gush of "boomer's and older" sex books within the last few years. Keesling, a sex therapist for ten years and the author of several other sex manuals, focuses not on illnesses associated with aging that affect sex but on coping with the normal and gradual decline in the speed and intensity of male sexual response. Se prescribes two approaches for women partners: firstly, find the advantages in your man's sexual changes and use them to improve your sex life together; secondly, work with your main in a series of exercises to enhance circulation to his genital area and to increase his sexual sensitivity. Her warm and colloquial approach makes a sense for enhancing intimacy as well as sexual response. A short appendix reviews methods for treating true, organic impotence. Although illustrations would have been useful, this is a fine book and is recommended to complement more medical works like Williamson's Great Sex After 40.-Martha Cornog, Philadelphia, PA (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


Table of Contents

Introductionp. 7
1 Love Begins at 50 (And You Don't Need a Pill!)p. 11
2 Shifting Gearsp. 29
3 Facts and Fiction After 50p. 45
4 The Temperamental Penisp. 63
5 Sexual Fitness and the Full Penis Workoutp. 93
6 Harsh Words, Healing Wordsp. 109
7 Experimenting with Arousalp. 123
8 Orgasm, Ejaculation and Love After 50p. 141
9 Your Body, Your Changesp. 165
10 Heart to Heartp. 289
Simple Solutions for Physical Problemsp. 201
Recommended Readingp. 211
Indexp. 213

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