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Love Over 50: How to Find it, Enjoy it and Keep it, with Francine Russo

Please join us for an evening of conversation with author Francine Russo about her new book for women and men.

Just a few of the things Francine Russo will talk about include:

  • Understanding why this is the best kind of love there is and more satisfying than at any other life stage
  • Recovering from the emotional damage of divorce, the grief of widowhood or a history of unfulfilling relationships
  • Overcoming the physical challenges of sex and embracing your erotic selves
  • Building realistic requirements for a partner and what attitudes to bring to dating
  • Evaluating the financial, emotional and practical results of marrying, living together, or living apart



About Francine Russo:

Francine Russo is the author of They’re Your Parents, Too! How Siblings Can Survive Their Parents’ Aging Without Driving Each Other Crazy. A widely recognized journalist, she covered the Boomer beat for Time for over a decade. She has also written for Scientific American, The Atlantic, and other major publications. Russo has two grown children, three adult stepchildren, and six amazing grandkids (with twins on the way!). She has experienced first-hand the tremendous potential we all have to grow and transform ourselves with the people we love. A PhD in English literature, she lives in New York with her partner.

"A terrific, optimistic book for those moving into new territory dating and (re)partnering over 50. From on-line dating, to marriage and other forms of relationships, to managing adult children and aging as a new couple, here is clear, sensible advice and wonderful stories of people who have made it work. For anyone over 50 and starting over, this is the book to own, and to reread at all the different stages of your new relational life."
— Ellen Berman, MDClinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania

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Alternatively, open Zoom, click on “Join Meeting,” then enter the MEETING ID: 462 656 1612 and PASSCODE: 006581.

For Zoom assistance, contact:
Devorah at 310.592.0321/
Nikki at 310.871.2721/

Thursday, October 7, 2021, 6:00 PM until 7:00 PM

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