Dr. Doree Lynn knows that relationships, intimacy and the whole sex thing can be intimidating when you start over as an older person. But, fear not! Dr. Doree is a psychotherapist who calls herself a media sex-pert and she’s all about ridding us of the notion that good sex ends when youth does. Sex and intimacy are still very much in the picture, no matter how old you are.
Sheri Salata. You may have heard her name as the executive producer for Oprah Winfrey, but Sheri has moved on to new adventures. She’s got a new book – The Beautiful No – what a great name! – and she shares her insights in what she calls part midlife rallying cry and part cautionary tale. Sheri Salata, on Keep it Juicy!
You might remember Honey from Episode 6 when she talked about what she learned about widowhood. Now, Honey talks her new project – a legacy book for grandparents to leave behind – and about her new network that encourages friendships of all ages. You can stay younger when your friends aren’t all exactly like you!
Meet “Juicy” Carrie Morgridge. Carrie’s a philanthropist, and she and her husband recently rode mountain bikes from one end of the Continental Divide to another. You might think it takes loads of money to be a philanthropist – Carrie married into the Cisco Systems family after all – but she didn’t always have money and she talks about how giving has always been a part of her life. I kind of wish I could bottle Carrie’s energy!
When should you schedule surgery? Or how about that important meeting? There’s science behind all of that and author Dan Pink of the best-selling WHEN talks about how you should schedule your day and how you should schedule your life — but only if you want to succeed!