Bette Davis once said that getting old is not for sissies.
Well, many women would argue that the same comment applies to dating after 60.
This international best seller by Helen Fisher takes things from a slightly different, more scientific approach than many other love advice books.
Fisher writes about there being four love types, and she explains how they click with one another and how they differ.
Dating coaches take a more positive stance on dating after 60.
They explain that a change in mindset is essential for women over 60 who want to find romance.
Here is the gist of what some of them said (I am not quoting, just giving the general idea) -- "Is that a wig?
John Gray aims to teach you how to succeed with your (potential) other half by helping you to navigate what he thinks are the five stages of dating.
If you are the kind of person that likes to dive head first in to a book about love and dating, then there is no better place to start than with this top ten list.
Any book by Barbara De Angelis is a good place to start; she is often regarded as one of the founding mothers of relationship self-help literature.
Its black leather, red satin and gold writing cover alone speaks volumes as to what you will find inside.
Here's a disclaimer: I did not read the whole book. But what I did see needs to be addressed, and I would like to call women's attention to it as a helpful tool. It was a stick figure drawing of a woman, and pointing to each specific part of her body, there were "lines" of suggestion as to what a pick-up artist should say.