There are so many books on self-help, self development, self-confidence, and about every other kind of self book out there these days. That's why "Who Said Sixty Can't Be Sexy" is such a stand out. It doesn't try to fix anything. Rather it is a no-nonsense look at the reality of reaching your sixties and understanding that it does not mean sexiness is no longer a part of your life. But where this book really differs and shines is in is direct apporach to certain subjects that often go unspoken about.
“Who Said Sixty Can’t Be Sexy” is a wonderful book. It's frank discussion not only leaves you knowing that sexy is a mindset, but lets you confidently stride forward knowing your best days are out in front of you. As you begin to read "Who Said Sixty Can’t Be Sexy" you will begin to get that excited feeling again. You will discover that you are not the only one asking questions about your sexuality as you enter your mature years. In fact, the more you read the more you forget about any feelings of... well…insecurity . Let’s face it. You already know you are still sexy. But this book may really help you come into your own not only mentally, but physically. It may sound strange but after reading this book you will literally notice yourself attracting more attention.
This book will show you show you the following:
Some of it's more direct conversations include:
Envision yourself radiant, glowing, and feeling like your younger self. Because in the end, you are that same younger self…..just a little bit older.
This book is also for a mature audience as it does explore some mature topics in a direct no-nonsense approach.
I would have rated this book a perfect 5, but it has a few editing flaws. But with that said, the content is great. It's not that it taught me things I didn't know, but it really gave me the sense of self I was really needing to recapture.
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