The choice is always ours.


Even when
especially when
it feels as if there is no choice.
As if our backs are up against the wall.

We can choose love.

Or we can choose fear.

And we will experience the consequence of the choice we make.

If we do not like the consequence.

We can make a different choice.

Love or fear.

Set the intention
right now
to love yourself enough
that you will choose love, over fear
every time.

Because you love yourself that much.

If my NEW WAY of "doing grief" resonates with you, I'd love to work with you one-on-one. If you are in the Rockford, Illinois area we can do that in person, otherwise, I am having great success working with people all over the country via Skype or FaceTime.  Email me at tomzuba@aol.com if you would like to take the next step on your grief journey and we can schedule a session.

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  • Thank you for these words on writing about grief. I have been kipeeng a journal for several years now, but before I started this I had already lost or thrown out the diaries I kept as a child. My sister died age 7 in 1980, so I would have liked to be able to look back on what I wrote as I was growing up. I recently decided to start writing a book about my journey through her death and my healing journey to the present and I found it hard going! It’s still on my to do’ list, although, having written only a few pages, has slipped off the top of the pile. If you have any tips for me, I’d appreciate them!


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