The Courage to Be Who You Are


When asked by hospice worker Bronnie Ware what they regretted not doing in their lives, most dying people wished they hadhad “the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.”

They also wished they had let themselves be happier, connected more with friends, worked less, and expressed their feelings more openly.

What will you regret at the end of your life?

Will you regret not expressing your feelings honestly with loved ones? Will you wish you’d enjoyed more love, sex, and intimacy?  If so, the new year is a good time to begin changing this. Let us help you!

It’s never too late to have a great life.

We at hope you are enjoying the sexual intimacy and loving relationships that are essential for keeping us healthy and happy as we age. If you’re not already doing so, we encourage you to explore the wonderfully erotic world of mature sex in the coming year. That is our new year’s wish for you!