eBook The Age Factor: Love, Sex, and Friendship Across the Generations download
by Jack Lapatra
Author: Jack Lapatra
Publisher: M Evans & Co; 1st US Edition edition (April 1, 1980)
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LaPatra and his wife Jesalee are such a couple themselves, and they've endured some discrimination .
LaPatra and his wife Jesalee are such a couple themselves, and they've endured some discrimination because of it, so naturally they're inclined to find couples who have made it work (though at the end they do allow for one or two failures). What LaPatra doesn't say is what happens when these complementary stages begin to shift, assuming that both partners are still alive; but all vow that they are living for what the present can offer, and prefer to be happy in the here-and-now rather than live in dread of tomorrow. A somewhat dreary, idiosyncratic book, of little interest outside the circle of those seeking validation for such a lifestyle.
LaPatra, Jack . 1927-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
ISBN 10: 087131312X ISBN 13: 9780871313126. Publisher: M Evans & Co, 1980.
Explores the new relationships of men and women who choose partners differing significantly in age from them and underscores the desirability of matching up developmental stages rather than chronological ages as a basis for mate selection.
I am also called a friend by a handful of teens and kids between 7-10 years of age. They talk, ask questions, play board games and read with me. Their parents trust me to keep them safe and fed and watered. Age doesn't matter that much. But to have a friend, you must be a friend first.
Love, Sex, and Friendship Across the Generations. Published April 1980 by M Evans & Co. Written in English. There's no description for this book yet.
As a child, everyone was my friend and yet no one was. I remember talking to certain set of people of some days and then talking to others on some other days. After some time, I met people with whom I chose to stick but the circle is somehow getting completed. Because, now I have lot of friends and the ones I hang out with change in every quarter or so. How do you maintain a good friendship? I think the only way to maintain good friendship is to make it transparent.