You know it’s been on your mind, but how has sex after menopause been for you?
We all read about how over 50 celebs like Susanne Summers and Jane Fonda are doing it all the time, and you may be too. If you are and are enjoying it, we applaud you. Sex is a great way to extend your longevity, which is a subject we often tackle on this site. For the rest of us, our sex lives may be flat, non-existent, or even painful.
As women, we have to deal with the many emotional and physical changes that happen after menopause. Sometimes these changes wreak havoc on our relationships and mess up our sex lives. With all the magazine articles out there focused on sex, it’s difficult to find the information you can trust, especially for our age group.
That’s why I want you to watch this webcast discussion, that I was featured in called Sex After Menopause.
Dr. Barb Depree led a panel of women who shared their stories and advice to help you put some spice back in your boudoir. I was thrilled to be chosen to do this and assure you that you’ll have a wonderful time and learn things you never knew before.
Watch the Sex after Menopause Vibrant Nation webcast below.
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