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Episode 30 – Sex and the Senior Girl

Everyone is afraid to ask Susan Warner what it’s like to be with a man after she was in a storybook marriage for 38 years. I decided to ask her that question in this podcast for all the respectful book and lifestyle writers who are interviewing Susan since the release of her memoir “Never Say Never, Never Say Always… Always…Love, Loss, and Loving Again” (The Three Tomatoes Publishing). It’s a valid question considering her book is all about how she survived the catastrophic loss of her 32-year-old son to suicide six years ago and then six months later the death of her husband to a virulent cancer eight weeks after his diagnosis. 

Yet Susan has been living a full, happy life for the last several years, especially since her daughter gave birth to her first grandchild almost a year ago. This podcast is all about how to make choices. To those who know her it’s not surprising that she leads a satisfying existence whether she’s married or single. She believes in creating happiness, not looking for it.

Susan’s book “Never Say Never, Never Say Always” is available now on Amazon.com.

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Episode 30 - Sex and the Senior Girl
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Episode 29 – Living An Author’s Dream

It’s one thing to write a book but it’s another thing to get the right audience to read it. Every new author faces the same challenge. Susan S. Warner just wrote her first book, “Never Say Never, Never Say Always.” It’s a heartbreaking yet optimistic story that covers the last six years of her life after she lost her son and then her husband six months later. This episode of Susan’s podcast is all about introducing her new book to the world and what it took to get here.

Susan’s book “Never Say Never, Never Say Always” is available now on Amazon.com.

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Episode 28 – Exploring Relationships, Sex And Aspirations When You Find Yourself Single After 50 

There are not many discussions and articles about relationships, sex, and aspirations for singles after 50. Millennials and Gen Z’s, those who dominate the media, primarily portray all seniors in retirement mode. Susan S. Warner, who suddenly found herself single at the age of 59, is here to tell you that life is not what the media portrays for the over 50 crowd.  They want to travel, embrace adventure, start new careers, explore their sexuality and live life to the fullest.  Fasten your seat belts, Susan is going to tell you what’s really happening out there.

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Episode 28 - Exploring Relationships, Sex And Aspirations When You Find Yourself Single After 50 
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Episode 27 – Silent Suffering

Ever since Susan Warner started her own podcast, “Susan Is Suddenly Single,” 27 episodes ago, she has been receiving fan mail from people who lost spouses, children, parents, best friends, etc. They all thank her for her wisdom, spirit and honesty. It was very comforting for them to know they are not alone. Her words give them the confidence to understand there are better days ahead.

As Susan gets ready to release her book, “Never Say Never, Never Say Always,” in the Fall, she is continually thinking about all those who are still suffering from grief. Her hope is tha her book will help people rethink what they really want for themselves and develop tools to get there.

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Episode 26 – Winston

The one being that has constantly been at Susan Warner’s side since her son David, and then her husband Michael, died six years ago, is her handsome Scottish Terrier, Winston. Everyone who owns a dog knows the irreplaceable comfort that a dog brings on a daily basis. When crises strikes, their companionship is irreplaceable. Pets represent normalcy, consistency, devotion, tender love, no judgement and loyalty.

Susan’s upcoming book, “Never Say Never, Never Say Always,” will devote a chapter to Winston because he holds a very special place in her life and recovery. He could probably tell us secrets about Susan no one knows. Winston is a major part of Susan’s return to normalcy and a major part of her heart. Everyone who meets Winston knows he deserves so much credit. This podcast is devoted to him.

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Episode 25 – A Partner, A Baby, And A Book

Susan Warner is living a fulfilled life through growth and circumstance. She just became the grandmother to a precious little girl who I know will be the source of much joy ahead. She also just completed her first non-fiction book, Never Say Never, Never Say Always, about re-discovering herself after the devastating loss of both her son, and then her husband six years ago. The campaign to promote the book is going to be an entirely new adventure for her. 

One would think that Susan is now joyful all the time now that her life is newly complete.  Susan explains what truths actually appear regarding happiness, sadness and life in general.  Her adult life has changed so much, and she is determined to live in the here and now while being very introspective. Let’s find out what all that means and compare our philosophies of life to that.

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Episode 25 - A Partner, A Baby, And A Book
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Episode 24 – Baby Love

Susan Warner became a grandmother on March 28, 2023.  Her daughter Elizabeth gave birth to Madeline Elliot Clancy. Her whole world has changed once again. She is experiencing so much happiness, and so much promise for a new and exciting future.

Madeline is named for Michael, Susan’s husband and the baby’s middle name is for David Elliott, her son. What a beautiful tribute. Elizabeth, and her husband Patrick, made sure both family members are frequently remembered and honored.  

While Susan is thrilled that her immediate family has expanded so beautifully, she never forgets what she lost six years ago. She moves forward with their memory always surrounding her. She has a very healthy attitude about life in general. It’s time to hear more about it.

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Episode 23 – Never Say Never, Never Say Always

I will be releasing my book this fall, “Never Say Never, Never Say Always.” It’s all about my life from the minute I heard that my son David died by suicide, followed by the death of my husband Michael six months later to cancer, to present day. It’s now six years later and I call myself Susan 2.0 because my life has morphed and evolved. It took a lot of courage to write a book about how I went from a charmed life, to a life filled with tragedy, to living a life filled with joy. “Never Say Never, Never Say Always” is going to be an emotional ride for every reader, but it’s worth it. You will relate to parts of my journey, no matter what your personal situation is. My words may put your life into proper perspective. Don’t miss out on this opportunity. It is worth reading and it’s worth owning.

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Episode 22 – The Subject Of Suicide

Not too many people understand why a growing number of men, women and children are choosing death by suicide. The press is filled with young people and celebrities alike that take their own lives. It is now time to take a hard look at this phenomenon. Susan’s 32-year-old son died by suicide six years ago. Tragically her husband of 38 years died of an aggressive cancer six months later. Susan has spent the last year sharing her experiences and thoughts with others through essays, editorial interviews, podcasts and quotes from her soon to be released book “Never Say Never, Never Say Always.”

It’s time for Susan to focus on the subject of suicide in ways we haven’t heard from her before. She wants to be very careful about the way she addresses the topic because she is not a trained mental health counselor. Unfortunately, she has had more personal experience in this area than many others. She wants to share her insights and clear up many misconceptions.

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Episode 22 - The Subject Of Suicide
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Episode 21 – Inevitable Change

In the last five years Susan Warner has personally changed in ways she never imagined. She has often said she would go back to her old life in a minute but that’s not going to happen. She has had to build a new one. With that has come personal and professional growth, a whole new attitude. It is going to be very interesting to learn how Susan perceives her life now and what she sees in a rare hindsight. We can’t avoid change.

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