If you check out the Sixty and Me Pinterest page, there are a variety of books that I’ve pinned there that look interesting and might be of particular value for women over 60.
Here is a selection of 10 inspiring books for women over 60: Smart Women Don’t Retire – They Break Free, by Gail Rentsch discusses an important career transition that many women over 60 are going to make – the move from full-time work to something new and different, whether that means “retirement” in the traditional sense, or part-time work, or volunteer work, or self-employment and creative pursuits, or some combination of all of the above.
Nothing will replace the excitement of, and the satisfaction from, having new experiences with new female partners, and it would be pointless to try to change such a guy.
This desire for novelty and variety of dating and sexual partners is particularly strong among divorced men who come out of a long (unhappy / sexless) marriage.
The author offers advice and encouragement for how women and men can enjoy their sexuality and have the best sex of their lives, even after age sixty.
The author of A Life After Sixty is a woman named Maria Mezari who came to America from Greece, struggled to provide for her son as a single mother, and now that she is sixty, has written a book about her journey of fulfilling her dreams and goals. Or can you recommend any other good books that our community of women over 60 might enjoy?
Judith Viorst has written a book of poems called Suddenly Sixty about the “Shocks of Later Life.” The poems’ titles include “It’s Harder to Be Frisky Over Sixty,” “A Wedding Sonnet for the Next Generation,” and “Being a Grandparent is the Best Revenge.” Co-written by Dr.
Henry Lodge and his patient, the 73-year-old Chris Crowley, Younger Next Year for Women is book of hopeful advice and a guide to aging without fear.
Just like a woman who was bored on a date is not going to return that guy’s call or text, the guy who has been bored with his girlfriend or a wife in bed is going to start looking for an adventure an excitement on a side.This has always been, is, and will always be at the core of male nature among humans and many other living beings.For some men this stage of life is short, and by late 20’s or early 30’s they “snap” out of it.Yoga for Age 60 , by Meena Vad offers tips and guidance for how to practice yoga safely in your own home.Tales of Graceful Aging from the Planet Denial, by Nicole Hollander asks, “If sixty is the new fifty, when do I get to be thirty again?Sometimes reading a good book is the best way to get some good insights and perspectives on the emotional, personal, financial and spiritual journey that we women are embarking on past the age of 60.