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How to Love a Baby Boomer Diva Part II

Give Her Something to Smile About

Come up with creative ways to do something different for your baby boomer diva everyday. Let her know you’re thinking about her throughout the day with an email or a phone call (leave a message if she doesn’t answer). She will appreciate the fact that you took time out of your busy day to think of her.

Just because you aren’t together all the time doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do things to let her know how much you care for her. Remember, intimacy has to leave the bedroom sometimes in order to be totally effective. What does that mean? It means you can do other things to connect with your baby boomer diva emotionally:

1) Why not send her flowers as a token of the love you feel for her along with a “love note.”

2) Take a day off from work and be her “maid for a day” where you handle all of the household chores including her “personal needs.”

3) Take her out for a night on the town and treat it as a first date.

4) Send her flowers at work just becaus…

How to Love a Baby Boomer Diva Part I

Loving a Baby Boomer Diva isn’t easy but if you do it right, it’ll be one of the most rewarding experiences you’ll ever have. I’ll be sharing some tips on how you can keep the Baby Boomer Diva in your life happy 24/7.

Be Understanding

It is important to note that if your Baby Boomer Diva is 40 or over, she is probably going through some emotional and physical changes in her life. She may be entering into what is known as perimenopause or menopause. This is a phase of life where women can experience a multitude of symptoms including:

1. Hot flashes, night sweats and/or cold flashes, clammy feeling.

2. Bouts of rapid heart beat

3. Irritability

4. Mood swings, sudden tears

5. Insomnia

6. Irregular periods; shorter, lighter periods; heavier periods, flooding, phantom periods, shorter cycles, longer cycles.

7. Loss of sexual drive

8. Vaginal dryness

9. Crashing fatigue

10. Anxiety

11. Feelings of depression

12. Difficulty concentrating, disorientation, mental confusion

13. Disturbing memory laps…

What is a Baby Boomer Diva? Part I

What is a Baby Boomer Diva? She’s a woman who has spent her entire life taking care of herself and others and appreciates the finer things the world has to offer.

She’s never settled for second best and believes in living life to its fullest. She may be a mother, grandmother or possibly even a great-grandmother but there are no visible signs of the wear and tear from the stress and strain that comes with that role.

Some may call her “needy” and one who thrives on attention but baby boomer divas like to describe themselves as “classy, sassy and sophisticated women who exhibit outstanding and rare talents.

They are graceful and poised under pressure. They’ve lived long enough to recognize the difference between a genuine diamond and cubic zirconia.

Meet Beverly Mahone and other fabulous baby boomer divas at the First Annual Girlfriend's Spring Break in Daytona Beach April 18,19 & 20.