The 60-Something Crisis details the author’s difficulty with turning 60. I agree that reaching 60 is likely to contain both regrets and joyful memories. However, this book is less how to deal with either and more about the author venting about rich people problems. The 60-Something Crisis is less a self-help book than a memoir. So, for both of those issues for me, the book receives 2 stars.
Thanks to Rowman & Littlefield and NetGalley for a digital review copy of the book.