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Songs of My Life... Slightly Out of Tune
     

Songs of My Life... Slightly Out of Tune

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by Susan Dintino
 

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     Songs of My Life . . . Slightly Out of Tune speaks to a generation of women and men over the age of 40 who are dealing with life’s challenges, both big and small. Susan Dintino writes about love, marriage, family, aging, health scares, parenting, and staying relevant and excited about what life has to offer. Her message

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     Songs of My Life . . . Slightly Out of Tune speaks to a generation of women and men over the age of 40 who are dealing with life’s challenges, both big and small. Susan Dintino writes about love, marriage, family, aging, health scares, parenting, and staying relevant and excited about what life has to offer. Her message is one of hope, and her conclusion is that we’re all trying to do our best, and it’s better if we can do so with a smile. Susan offers gentle advice, the kind that comes from a lifetime of experience: What should you do if your spouse loves to give you the silent treatment? How do you conquer your own fears in order to be “cool enough” to your kids during a European school trip? How do you interact with a terminally ill sibling and deal with the regrets of not spending enough time with each other? How can you make sure that you’re a good mate, parent, and person?

        This book shows you that life is like a song. You learn the words, but that’s not the end, because the tune can change at any time. Susan shares her journey in such a way that you’ll smile, tear up, wince, and nod your head in time to her song, because all of us are the same: We’re slightly out of tune, too. 

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781401938024
Publisher:
Hay House, Inc.
Publication date:
06/28/2012
Pages:
138
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.40(d)

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Meet the Author

     Susan Dintino is an author, motivational speaker, and radio-show host who embraces the opportunity to reach out to a multitude of people in a way that blends humor with the life lessons she’s learned along the way, speaking in locales as diverse as Kona, Hawaii, and Lily Dale, New York. As the host of the highly rated weekly radio show Susan Dintino Live, airing every Wednesday on 12radio.com, Susan gets to the heart of the matter with her special brand of humor. A trusted and popular advisor on 12listen.com, she uses her intuitive abilities to provide her clients with clear guidance and advice that assists them in choosing the best path for their lives. As a contributing writer for the popular thirdage.com website, Susan keeps a blog allows her to share her thoughts on everyday topics that bring chuckles and a-ha moments to her readers. Meditation is one of her passions, and she’s recently trademarked a new technique: InPowering Meditation, which combines automatic writing, affirmation creation, and guided meditation to promote peace and serenity, as well as assisting the listeners in manifesting what they desire.

        Married for 40 years (Really?! Is that even possible or legal?), Susan is the mother of three daughters, has two sons-in-law, and is Nonni to three grandchildren. A resident of Sanibel Island, Florida, she splits her time between the island and Buffalo, New York. Her hobbies include reading good books, traveling, and staying out of the drama of her daughter’s lives. Her motto is: “When the going gets tough, reach for the Ben & Jerry’s Chunky Monkey!”

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Songs of My Life... Slightly Out of Tune 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He crys! Star i love u!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow. I'm trying not to cry right now. it was beautiful. Amazing. Very good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read. A laugh on nearly every page. Most mom's will relate to the aadventures Susan writes about.