Life sure seems to be interesting when you’re both a therapist and a journalist. Take Sherry Amatenstein for example. She’s a New-York-based therapist with a thriving practice, but she also finds time to write for magazines like NextTribe. This means she can report on opportunities such as the talk she did after a performance of a new play in New York. The play is called First Love about a couple in their 60s who fall in love for the first time. Read about the play and three real-life couples who found love late in life in Sherry’s inspiring and romantic piece. Sherry is the author of three relationship self-help books and editor of the anthology How Does That Make You Feel: True Confessions from Both Sides of the Therapy Couch. She has contributed to many publications including New York, Washington Post, This Week, Reader’s Digest, Observer and vox.com. She runs workshops around the world on healing from trauma and helping women connect to their inner strength.
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