Learn how aging affects your sex life

Dr. Diana Wiley will offer straight talk about sex in her seminar Intimacy, Sexuality & Aging

Sex after 60 has its challenges.

Dr. Diana Wiley will offer straight talk about sex in her seminar Intimacy, Sexuality & Aging at the Silver Threads Service Speakers Series.

Wiley explores attitudes and myths; sexual changes in men and women; a multidisciplinary approach for low sexual desire in women; relationship contributing factors; advantages of mature sex; and nine rules for great loving.

Wiley is a Seattle-based Board-certified sex therapist, a marriage and family therapist and a gerontologist.

When she speaks about aging and sexuality, she highlights that love, lust and laughter need to be prioritized in order to improve longevity and enhance quality of life as we evolve and mature.

The talk is on March 6 at the Victoria Centre, 2340 Richmond Rd., from 1 to 2 p.m. Admission is free.

For further information, please call 250-388-4268.

 

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