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Actress Sheila Hancock was once asked if she would like to be an agony aunt for a newspaper – a proposition she still regards as ‘outrageous’.‘People assume when you reach my age you suddenly have all the answers.
It’s hard to think of anyone more qualified to offer a helping – and at times hilarious – hand through the maze of modern life.Because, let's face it, once you get started, you're not going to want to stop. Your Tango Expert Veronica Monet recommends two key tricks of the lady trade: high heels and perfume."High heels accentuate the buttocks and calves in a terribly delicious way which drives men crazy with desire." But be careful not to cover yourself in a cloud of cologne, Ms. "Use the smallest dab on your wrists and the back of your knees.I can assure you that’s not the case.'Nothing infuriates me more than people of my generation believing we’ve somehow got it “right”. I don’t think anyone can say theirs is the right way in life.We’re all muddling through, me perhaps more than most.’Hancock, who celebrates her 78th birthday in a week, chuckles at how ill-qualified she regards herself to sort out anyone else’s agonies.It's only 200 pages long, but has a quiet power and majesty about it — and every so often thumps you right in the solar plexus.
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