I’d like to ask you about love after 50…January 15, 2018
Every week I write about relationships, but February is going to be different. I want to hear about your relationships! I want this community to start a conversation about love after 50!
So for the month of February, the month where we have candy and hearts and cupid on our minds let’s talk about love, but not just the romantic kind, but that too. I have big plans for February, but I will need your input. I want to hear your stories and questions about love.
First I want to talk about romantic love. The knock you on your heels, heart eyes and swooning kind of love that makes your heart go pitter-patter. I have told you my story of this kind of love with Shelly and I want to hear your stories of love and romance and dating or marriage. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: “Let’s talk about love: Romance” and include in it your personal story of a romance that you would like to share with the HoneyGood.com community. We will be sharing your amazing stories of love next month.
The second kind of love is the deep friendship and connections that we all have in our lives. This is the kind of love that is strong and committed and loyal and picks you up when you’re down. We want to hear about these unconditional friendships. Send an email to email@example.com with the subject line: “Let’s talk about love: Friendship.” We want to publish the stories of how you met, or a tough time they helped you through or a tough time you helped them through to remind everyone how important this love is in your life.
And finally with aging often comes a lot of questions about passion and romance. Sex and communication and attraction all can change with our age. We want to hear your questions so we can find you answers. You can submit any and all anonymous questions by clicking here. Then we will take your questions and find experts in the relevant fields to get you answers! Don’t be shy about asking! It is TOTALLY anonymous and you know how it goes… if you have that question other people probably do too!
I can’t wait to read and share all your stories, darlings! If you have any questions at all about the project feel free to email my editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.