Category: Aging

Aging, Depression, Psychology, Suicide

help an angry manHow to Help an Angry Man: And Stop the Fights That Harm Your Marriage

I’ve been helping men and the women who love them for more than 40 years. When I ask men what’s most important to them in their relationships, I hear many variations on a simple response. Men want more sex and fewer fights. When I ask women what they want they also give offer variations that […]

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Aging, Fatherhood, Fertility

hockey stick shaped spermThe Shape of Things to Come

It’s funny how we tend to find patterns in things. Left alone, we tend to gather, order, and number everything we can. Take the stars in the sky. Or the stock market. Even gambling. I loved it when I talked to my parents after an academic trip overseas. Here’s how it would start: “How long was […]

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Aging, Psychology, Relationships

nd - male menopauseMale Menopause: The Third Hidden Cause of Mid-Life Marriage Meltdown

“If menopause is the silent passage,” says author Gail Sheehy, “Male menopause is the unspeakable passage. It is fraught with secrecy, shame, and denial. It is much more fundamental than the ending of the fertile period of a woman’s life, because it strikes at the core of what it is to be a man.” When […]

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Aging, Cardio, Fitness, Nutrition, Relationships

Permission to Exercise Is Granted (to Yourself!) How to Overcome Misplaced Guilt.

This article was originally published at OlderBeast, whose mission is to help 40+ guys “double down” on body-and-soul health for the 2nd half of their life. Taking care of yourself, to maximize the second half of life, is a constant challenge. It keeps reappearing in different ways – no matter how healthy and motivated you are. […]

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Aging, Family Issues

working after retirementThree Benefits to Working After Retirement

As of May 2016, almost 19 percent of Americans over the age of 65 were working full- or part-time, according to PewResearch. This trend doesn’t look like it’s going to slow down either. More and more retirees are going back to work, working part-time or starting new careers. If you’re considering working into your later […]

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