THIS EPISODE CONTAINS EXPLICIT SEXUAL CONTENT
Steve Ochs, 56, author of MIDMEN The Modern Man’s Guide to Surviving Midlife Crisis, joins Mary Rogers for a second episode of a REAL conversation about midlife. In this episode we talk about the importance of tending to the most valuable asset and resource for a man’s happy life…. his wife or partner.
Happy marriages don’t just happen to lucky people. Steve has been married to his wife Julie for 26 years and has done his research on how to keep a woman happy, what it takes and why it is vital to a man’s happy life. Happy midlife marriages include a healthy and vibrant sex life. Steve shares his research of women’s midlife sexuality.
This conversation includes:
- Your radius (listen to Episode 20 for more on Radius!)
- A Conflict vs. Resolution approach to EVERYTHING, including your relationship
- How men deal with women’s mood swings
- Communicating your sexual needs
- Women’s body image issues
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“Much more than humor for humor’s sake, MIDMEN is an owner’s manual for the man recognizing that he’s crossed or is crossing the probable halfway point in his life. Ochs covers a maturing man’s emotional, mental, physical, and sexual well-being. He offers the reader a candid heart-to-heart talk based on his own life, along with a chorus of what the experts say.”
Gary Garth McCann
Maryland Writers’ Association at Annapolis
About Steve: Riding the stand up comedy wave of the 80’s and 90’s as Steve O. (before the other guy), Steve made many television appearances. In addition to spots on all of the major networks, MTV, VH1 and Comedy Central, he scored a couple of Star Search wins, one of which led to a re-match on the “Howard Stern Negligee and Underpants Party” pay-per-view special. He headlined nationally in comedy clubs and at colleges for about fifteen years.
His television writing credits include penning dozens of episodes of the multiple Emmy winning series Rugrats, Disney’s Recess, HBO’s Crashbox and many more. He has written, created and/or produced scripted, reality and game shows for many TV networks including Disney, ABC, Fox, Fox Family and Nickelodeon. Most recently, he served as co-executive producer and on air talent for “Culture Click,” which aired on ABC.
While his time between creative projects is largely spent running HERO Entertainment Marketing, Inc. with his co-principal and wife, Julie, he has still managed to produce some interesting creative work. For example, Steve wrote, produced and directed the elaborate period short film, “Le Petomane,” based on the true story of the world’s greatest farter. American Cinematographer praised it as, “A Truly Mighty Wind,” and the LA Times noted its “Delicious Absurdity.”
He also produced two joke books for National Lampoon.
Steve returned to the live stage after a seventeen year break with “Life in the Middle Ages,” a one man show about midlife crisis for the Hollywood Fringe Fest. The show was named “Best of the Fest for Comedy” and enjoyed a critically praised extended run:
“I couldn’t think of a better way to pop my Hollywood Fringe Festival cherry. Very funny insights…with sincerity and humility. Nothing short of profound.”
Tony Frankel critic Stage and Cinema
His latest book,“MIDMEN: The Modern Man’s guide to Midlfe Crisis” re-approaches the subject matter explored in “Life in the Middle Ages” for the print medium, though another one man show bearing the same title is anticipated.Steve Ochs, Visit experience50.com/MIDMEN to learn more about the book and Steve Ochs.
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