Retirement is no longer one way, one day, or one time.
You don’t need someone’s permission to live your own life; you must seize it.
After I gave a speech in Houston, a man raised his hands in the air and said, “I’m eighty-two and this is the best time in my life.” I thought, “What does he know that I need to know?”
My kids would have said that the divorce was harder for them than my coming out.
Separating out the two issues of sexuality and alcoholism will help resolve this situation.
All relationships require some sacrifice, and not just in the area of sex.
Bisexuality lacks clarity between attraction, behavior and identity.
Our sexuality is a combination of desire, fantasy, behavior, and identity.
The clock is ticking, but with it comes opportunities.
An excerpt from psychiatrist Loren A. Olson’s memoir on coming out as an adult.