Welcome to a place that feels warm and hopeful.

Author Jeanne Hussin launched her book about her real-life visits with seniors and how she found love.
Her stories about kindness will inspire and feed your soul.

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Purchase I see Old People and help support those affected by dementia.

For every book shipped, 50% of book royalties will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association*. It’s a great way to share a joyful read with your friends or family members while giving back.

*Book must ship between January 1st and December 31, 2022 and 50% of I See Old People book royalties will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association.

We all need to feel like we matter, no matter what age, no matter who we are.

– Jeanne Hussin

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Legally Separated and Unemployed with a Year to Kill – What Will Jeanne Do?

A unique and timely set of circumstances create the perfect storm for a woman on the cusp of multiple changes. Her somewhat flippant decision to volunteer sets the stage for profound relationships you won’t soon forget.

When the housing bubble burst in 2008, Jeanne Corvese Hussin found herself at a fork in the road. She could either continue her job as a senior vice president for a mortgage banker at a significant pay cut or take the year-long severance and travel with her son, Jason. She chose the latter.

Now what?

With the help of divine inspiration, Jeanne Corvese Hussin decided to volunteer. It was the only logical choice given the extra time she found herself with when her conversations with men online proved fruitless. Unfulfilling was an understatement. Jeanne knew there was more to life, and she was about to find it.

She found her unlikely solution at a local assisted living facility volunteering her time to memory care residents in a ward ironically named Recollections. The characters she meets will color her world and yours in her new book, I See Old People©, a true story about how small acts of kindness lead us to extraordinary love and connections that defy our wildest dreams.

Equipped with her new lease on life, Jeanne finds love again in an unexpected twist. I See Old People© confirms that it’s never too late. It’s not just a book, it’s an experience that will leave you forever changed. Pick up this remarkable memoir and step out of the ordinary.

I See Old People is much more than a book; it’s an experience.

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ABOUT JEANNE

Jeanne Corvese Hussin is a compelling story teller. She has over 30 years’ experience in brand marketing and public speaking. Her memoir, I See Old People is about leading with compassion and her remarkable love story. She resides in Washington with her husband and their two mixed dachshunds, Tasha Bear and Oscar. She volunteers her time visiting with seniors who suffer from dementia and enjoys spending time with her son Jason.

KIND CONVERSATIONS BLOG

Change

By Jeanne Hussin | April 10, 2021

Here’s a modified excerpt from my memoir I See Old People – due out on Amazon early summer. Read more about my heartwarming romance book here: https://kindconversations.com/i-see-old-people/ It’s hard to believe it’s been 5 years since I packed all of my belongings and moved from California to Seattle to start my second chapter with my…

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The gifts of our past

By Jeanne Hussin | March 21, 2021

A heartwarming story about managing through life’s ups and downs. Life experience proved that every challenge, loss, or painful situation, gave way to something far greater and more splendid than what I could ever imagine for myself. Nostalgia. It’s defined as a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or…

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Write it down. Watch it happen.

By Jeanne Hussin | March 5, 2021

When I was merely thinking about finding love, I had a list of criteria for the man I desired that resided in my head. Here’s a heartwarming story about how I found extraordinary love with a list. I write lists all the time and for as long as I can remember. My lists include not…

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Remember the Caregivers

Remember the caregivers

By Jeanne Hussin | February 19, 2021

It’s moments like these that I wondered if my visits were just as important to the families as they are to the residents. Maybe even more important. This story is about showing kindness to caregivers and how that changes everything even for the person receiving the care.   As I visited assisted living homes and…

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Good things are always around the corner

Good things are always around the corner

By Jeanne Hussin | February 7, 2021

Here’s a story about how changing your mental tape can bring about positive outcomes. When I was a young girl, my mother would often say to me, “Jeanne, you never know what’s around the corner.” This was generally in response to something that went terribly wrong in my young adult life. It usually centered around…

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Mom and Dad - Love Letters, Buffalo

Love letters

By Jeanne Hussin | January 22, 2021

Here’s an excerpt from my book, I see Old People®, that addresses the way I saw love. It would literally affect my entire life – from what I looked for in a man to my unabashed love of compliments. While my memoir, I See Old People®, is about my visits with seniors and the stories…

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I see old people - fake it til you make it

Fake it till you feel it.

By Jeanne Hussin | January 9, 2021

Here’s a short story about my visits with seniors and the inspiration behind my book, I See Old People®.   How I start Walking into a senior home to visit those struggling with dementia or Alzheimer’s is not an easy act. From the loud outbursts the residents sometimes make, to the unpleasant smells, to the…

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I talk to strangers.

By Jeanne Hussin | December 30, 2020

Here’s a short tale about positive thinking and how it brought inspiration and love into my life. It starts with my fascination for people. From the time I was able to talk, I would look for anybody who’d listen. When I became an adult, I collected strangers like some people collect stamps. I’d talk to…

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