Worcester, MA (PRWEB) November 16, 2012
My Musings written by Sharron J. Ducimo are a compilation of some of her positive inspirations and thoughts. These emanate from her deep and abiding faith and her work as a Clinical Nurse Specialist that serves people who have mental health and addictions issues. Her own journey through life with its ups and down made her share all the inspirations and understandings she got with others.
Everyone has the ability to find inspiration. Positive thinking opens up the mind, and ultimately life to so many wonderful things. Upon realization and practice to entertain positive thinking, it takes the mind to places that will eventually draw inspiration.
My Musings will open readers’ heart to make room for all the beautiful people whose lives they have touched. Ducimo hopes that readers will also find the courage to find their own selves and discovers the path that they can best choose to take them home. She publishes her private thoughts and inspirations and to allow readers borrow her courage to find their own special self and place in this world.
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About the Author
Sharron J. Ducimo was born and raised in California. She attended the University of California at Davis for one year, Dominican College for two years, and San Jose City College for two years where she earned her degree in nursing. She got her BS in nursing from Atlantic Union College and her MS in Psychiatric Nursing from Boston University. She is happily married to John for 39 years. She has two beautiful daughter, Heather, a pilot for a major airline, and Kimberley who works for the Department of Children and Families as a supervisor and is in Law School. Ducimo works as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Psych and Addiction. Her spirituality was enhanced by spending two years in the convent. She enjoys writing, humor, cooking, music, fishing, friends and family.
My Musings * by Sharron J. Ducimo
Publication Date: October 11, 2012
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 91 pages; 978-1-4797-2641-7
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 91 pages; 978-1-4797-2642-4
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