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Bang Bang Baby Boomer: Time for Leisurely Sex

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

Bang Bang Baby Boomer

Bang Bang Baby Boomer



By Boomeryearbook.com

Sexual comedy can sometimes take the place of sexual satisfaction when normal people are caught up in the throes of raising a family. Families with two or more children have a pressured routine that involves children quarrelling over the play station; feeding times for babies; school runs and errands; after-school activities; packing lunches; the list is endless.

Somewhere in the havoc, parents try to make time for sexual activity in the five or ten minutes privacy they manage to achieve before their youngest appears at their bedside: “Can I sleep in your bed, Mom?”

As baby boomer parents finally achieve middle age, they breathe a sigh of relief as older kids begin to show signs of moving away to go to college and a number of other emotions take the place of being bombarded with teenage hormonal tantrums and being exhausted by family routines, while at the same time trying to answer the demands of a full time job.

Gradually, life begins to slow down dramatically as the house slowly empties of children. Men and women experience some emotional roller coasters at this stage in their lives, as children who dominated their existence for half of their lives suddenly disappear, leaving the nest empty and somewhat lonely.

The baby boomer solution to loneliness is always to seek solace in company but in fact the obvious and more satisfying solution is closer to home. This is a time when grown up kids have finally left home: before elderly problems set in, baby boomer parents can finally enjoy some quality sex in the privacy of their bedroom at any time of the day or night they choose.

Conversely, at the precise moment when multiple opportunities for uninhibited sex present themselves, the desire to perform is no longer that pressing! Baby boomer ladies with a busy family life often have an active social life. When the temptation to take on more projects crops up, as the prospect of the kids leaving home looms, women often fill their timetable without considering that their time could be better spent warming up the bed sheets.

After spending a hectic and probably over pressured fifteen years or so trying to keep track of four or five people’s social life and probably curtailing one or two sexual adventures of other members of the family, the prospect of being in the house for any reason, even sex, is sometimes just not palatable. There is no reason why frequent trips away should not be on the menu at this time of life, however, when a baby boomer might have more social freedom than at any other stage so far.

Now is the time for jumping in the car and taking off to the lake for a couple of days; having sex under the stars on the lawn; spending two hours in bed in the late afternoon instead of baking scones for the Women’s Institute; being content and enough to pursue sexual happiness while it is available. Don’t let it pass you by…!

The Psychological Article on Bang Bang Baby Boomer: Time for Leisurely Sex is part of Boomer Yearbook’s continuing series of baby boomers psychological coaching tips and how to alleviate elderly problems. We believe knowledge is power. We’d love to hear what you think.

Boomer Yearbook is a Social Network and Psychological Articles for Baby Boomers. Connect with old and new friends, or expand your mind and ward off senior moments and elderly problems with dream analysis and online optical illusions and brain games provided by clinical psychologist Dr. Karen Turner. Join other Baby Boomers to stay informed, receive weekly Newsfeeds, and let your opinions be heard. Baby boomers changed the world. We’re not done yet!

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Sex with Younger People: Boomers Bridging the Gap

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

Boomer Sex: Does Age Matter?

Boomer Sex: Does Age Matter?


By Boomeryearbook.com

As middle and older age creep up on us, the sexual habits that formed a good part of our early life suddenly present a problem, especially for people who have been bereaved and lost a partner who shared a sexual routine over many years. The sexual preferences that pleased a long term marriage partner might not necessarily satisfy a new sexual partner; they might even be distasteful.

The shock of discovering a younger partner without inhibitions, with a desire to be ravaged doggy style in the back yard dressed in fishnets, can be an education for a man now in the late stages of middle age, accustomed to sexual enjoyment with a wife now gone who habitually enjoyed the missionary position, with the lights strictly off and Mantovani gently serenading on the bedside locker.

Stepping through the time barrier can be scary for baby boomers. Being responsible for sexual liberation in the sixties does not necessarily mean all baby boomers are studs with a sexual repertoire to rival the Kama Sutra. Elderly bones and joints are sometimes a little less capable of dealing with sexual athletics and often gentle sex is preferred twice weekly rather than twice nightly.

Women who seek the company of younger men are often looking for a handsome escort, an active sexual partner and someone to dance with. Now and then women tire of being constantly in the company of men who are also baby boomers and want someone who is fit and strong enough to perform a little DIY around the house and some TLC in the bedroom.

Younger women who display a preference for older men might do so because older men popularly have more self control in bed than a younger partner. Young women who are particularly self motivated sexually will certainly appreciate an older man’s ability to wait for an orgasm until his partner has achieved satisfaction. Baby boomers were in fact more active sexually in their youth than any other generation and in the days before the HIV virus and AIDS awareness, multiple sexual partners were accepted as the norm.

Men who are baby boomers, now in middle age, might have more sexual experience to offer than a man now in his twenties could expect to gain over his lifetime. Some younger women find this sexual know-how intensely attractive.

The sexual habits of teenagers and people in their early twenties are now far more reserved than teenagers in the sixties; the risk of sexually transmitted diseases rules out the kind of experimental and unprotected sex enjoyed by many of the baby boomer generation. Perhaps this is the reason why so many younger women are happy with older men; the older man brings the slow hand of experience to the bedroom, while younger men are too excited to provide satisfaction to their partners and fare better with older women.

For people who are considering having a relationship with a younger partner but worry about the consequences, reservations are usually overcome by lust!

The Psychological Article on Sex With Younger People: Bridging the Gap is part of Boomer Yearbook’s continuing series of baby boomers psychological coaching tips and how to alleviate elderly problems. We believe knowledge is power. We’d love to hear what you think.

Boomer Yearbook is a Social Network and Psychological Articles for Baby Boomers. Connect with old and new friends, or expand your mind and ward off senior moments and elderly problems with dream analysis and online optical illusions and brain games provided by clinical psychologist Dr. Karen Turner. Join other Baby Boomers to stay informed, receive weekly Newsfeeds, and let your opinions be heard. Baby boomers changed the world. We’re not done yet!

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Sex and the Single Baby Boomer

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

Sex and the Single Boomer

Sex and the Single Boomer


Boomeryearbook.com

Baby boomers were the pioneers of sexual freedom in the sixties; the flag bearers of free love and peace and the promoters of sexual enjoyment for everyone. Sexual confidence in abundance was the order of the day back then and most baby boomers embraced their new sexual freedom with considerable enthusiasm.

Baby boomers are now entering middle age; some are already into their sixties and seventies and sexual emancipation is no longer something shocking but rather it is rightly accepted as normal behavior for most intelligent and socially enlightened members of the community.

Later life brings emotional turmoil as friends and lovers begin to develop a frailty that is not consistent with a rampant sex life. Some baby boomers continue to enjoy a healthy sexual and emotional relationship with their chosen partners but for singles it can be a little more complicated.

Single life in middle age is somewhat different to being single in your early twenties and thirties. For men and women with financial stability following a lifetime of hard work and saving for a pension and security, there is a real risk of being exploited financially by a younger sexual partner.

People with strong family commitments and an affectionate bond with children and grandchildren can run into difficulty when trying to conduct a healthy sex life alongside traditional family values. Grandad is not supposed to have sexual feelings and if he does he is expected to keep them securely under wraps and out of sight of the kids and neighbors! Otherwise he runs the risk of being ‘labelled’.

A single existence in later life prompts a barrage of invitations from well intentioned match makers to ‘fix’ a situation that might actually be perfectly acceptable. A man or woman who has enjoyed a lifetime relationship with a wife or husband now deceased might be quite content to enjoy a single life once the pain of grief has abated sufficiently to pursue some social interaction. A determined match maker can cause havoc in the life of a happy and well balanced single baby boomer.

The social opportunities for aging boomers and elderly single people are now so varied it is impossible not to find hobbies and entertainments if one is so inclined. The days when the elderly were expected to sit quietly in the rocking chair on the porch are long gone to be replaced by club outings, fine dining, day trips, sight seeing expeditions and dancing lessons. Everyone is paid attention to; nobody is sidelined in a social scene that caters for every interest and social events are even categorized in the local papers to exactly pinpoint race, religion, age group, dietary requirements, and sexual preferences.

There is absolutely no excuse for a lonely existence for single baby boomers in later life: the social choices are wide and varied enough to cover every taste and preference, from square dancing to golf. Finding a companion to share your interests might present something more of a challenge – almost as much of a challenge as fighting to stay single!

The Psychological Article on Sex and the Single Baby Boomer is part of Boomer Yearbook’s continuing series of baby boomers psychological coaching tips and how to alleviate elderly problems. We believe knowledge is power. We’d love to hear what you think.

Boomer Yearbook is a Social Network and Psychological Articles for Baby Boomers. Connect with old and new friends, or expand your mind and ward off senior moments and elderly problems with dream analysis and online optical illusions and brain games provided by clinical psychologist Dr. Karen Turner. Join other Baby Boomers to stay informed, receive weekly Newsfeeds, and let your opinions be heard. Baby boomers changed the world. We’re not done yet!

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The Psychological Article on Loss of Libido and How to Get it Back

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

Loss of Libido and how to get it back

Loss of Libido and how to get it back

Elderly Problems by Boomeryearbook.com

Loss of libido can be distressing, especially in later life when there is some prospect of being able to have some leisure time to pursue a more active sex life. To find a solution to a lack of libido, it is vital to find the cause of losing it in the first place and this will either be psychological or physical. Elderly problems will sometimes account for a loss of libido as a person might be experiencing physical disabilities such as aching joints or arthritis.

A physical problem might sometimes be easier to solve than a psychological disorder. For women who are suffering from a lack of sexual interest there might be an emotional cause such as increased stress resulting from losing the family home and having to down-size, or alcohol abuse will sometimes affect the libido. Prescription drugs such as tranquilizers taken to combat other elderly problems might also have an adverse effect on the patient’s libido, to the extent that someone might stop taking their medicine in an attempt to cure their loss of sexual appetite.

For some, losing their libido presents no hardship and they are happy to cruise along without having sex and not particularly missing it. Women are more likely to accept a loss of libido than men and tend to find other interests to replace their sexual appetite. Men tend to seek a solution more often and are more likely to be candid about the elderly problems or cause of losing their libido in the first place. For men, the solution might require professional psychological therapy combined with a prescription for Viagra to help with physical inhibition.

Women with elderly problems who wish to recover their libido might try using a sex toy such as a vibrator or cream stimulant to produce tingling and moistness before attempting sex with their partner. Sometimes this works but if the problem is psychological, professional help is nearly always the only solution.

A woman’s aversion to sex might be an adverse reaction to their partner’s increased desires and the ‘turn off’ simply a subconscious effort to limit sexual activity. It might be a more serious psychological barrier caused by traumatic events such as bereavement or divorce or the loss of a lifelong friend. The causes of loss of libido are numbered and varied and it is imperative to pinpoint the problem before a successful solution might be sought.

Occasionally, a person will sail through life without a problem but suddenly experience a drop in libido and consistently experience difficulty thereafter. The reason could be psychosexual and be dealt with by consulting a professional counselor but some patients endure months or years of misery before getting help.

When seeking professional psychological help for dealing with a loss of libido, always check the professional credentials of your chosen analyst. People with sexual difficulties are often a target for untrained opportunists to exploit indiscriminately for personal gain: the therapy they provide is unproductive and could even cause psychological harm.

The Psychological Article on Loss of Libido and How to Get it Back is part of Boomer Yearbook’s continuing series of baby boomers psychological coaching tips and how to alleviate elderly problems. We believe knowledge is power. We’d love to hear what you think.

Boomer Yearbook is a Social Network and Psychological Articles for Baby Boomers. Connect with old and new friends, or expand your mind and ward off senior moments and elderly problems with dream analysis and online optical illusions and brain games provided by clinical psychologist Dr. Karen Turner. Join other Baby Boomers to stay informed, receive weekly Newsfeeds, and let your opinions be heard. Baby boomers changed the world. We’re not done yet!

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Seeking Professional Sex – Pros and Cons

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

Pros and Cons of Boomers seeking Professional Sex

Pros and Cons of Boomers seeking Professional Sex

Elderly Problems by Boomeryearbook.com

A youthful person can take an active sex life for granted. The kind of social life that is prevalent for twenties to thirties tends to provide a happy hunting ground for sexual partners.

For the same people in their fifties and sixties, however, emotional complications and lifestyle could interfere with their desire to find a sexual partner on ‘home ground’. Elderly problems can bring physical limitations to sexual performance and while an elderly man (or woman) might be willing to enjoy a certain sexual freedom with a stranger, the prospect of risking confidentiality with a partner on their doorstep is worrying and inhibiting.

The advantages of seeking professional sex are the probabilities of guaranteed physical satisfaction and the aspect of privacy; being able to separate a social life and enjoy the company of friends without the sexual complications that sometimes compromise a successful friendship with the opposite sex in later life as a result of elderly problems.

Men or women who have enjoyed long and happy partnerships and find they are unable to connect in the same way with a new sexual companion might seek professional sex as a way of dealing with sexual frustration yet still enjoying the company of a new friend socially. This arrangement can fall apart, however, as the relationship progresses and the other person begins to demand a deeper and more physical interaction.

A major drawback with a professional sexual partner is that all physical inhibitions are discouraged and although this can be a bonus of a conventional sexual relationship, transferring such sexual appetites to a new partner can be problematic; few people are able to perform to the standard of a sex professional.

Another problem is that seeking out professional sexual partners can be habit forming and sometimes result in a person wanting to have a more traditional sexual relationship with a new companion but being unable to break their habit of enjoying the anonymity of a detached physical performance.

Allowing a habit of professional sexual activity to develop can cause a number of difficulties and can have the opposite effect to the one originally intended, as a certain ‘isolation’ exists in people with elderly problems whose only sexual satisfaction comes from being in bed with a stranger.

A sexual relationship with someone who is close emotionally can be a comfort as elderly problems cause progressive disabilities. For those with a sex life conducted exclusively outside the home, sex becomes inconsistent with deep affection and therefore something sought only for physical satisfaction rather than emotional comfort.

The other practical downside of professional sex is of course the cost. The price of sexual favors is necessarily high if one is to have the security of knowing a sexual partner is free of disease and that the sexual service takes place in clean and safe surroundings. A common problem for the aging baby boomer or booming senior when seeking professional sex is the lack of freely available funds to finance it and also for people who are in a relationship, being able to spend the money without a partner knowing.

Pros and Cons of boomers seeking professional sex

Pros and Cons of boomers seeking professional sex

The Psychological Article on Seeking Professional Sex – Pros and Cons is part of Boomer Yearbook’s continuing series of baby boomers psychological coaching tips and how to alleviate elderly problems. We believe knowledge is power. We’d love to hear what you think.

Boomer Yearbook is a Social Network and Psychological Articles for Baby Boomers. Connect with old and new friends, or expand your mind and ward off senior moments and elderly problems with dream analysis and online optical illusions and brain games provided by clinical psychologist Dr. Karen Turner. Join other Baby Boomers to stay informed, receive weekly Newsfeeds, and let your opinions be heard. Baby boomers changed the world. We’re not done yet!

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