Poetry reading

Switching Gods Poems read aloud by Paul Chubbuck Last Sunday, I read 11 poems on topics of healing from trauma from my new book, “Switching Gods: Poems and Tales for Waking Up” at the Fort Collins Unity Sunday service, interspersed with Minister Peggy’s message on spirit and creativity. Listen here: View Switching Gods on Amazon.com. […]


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Switching Gods

Switching Gods A Poem by Paul Chubbuck Who is our God? I mean, not the one we address on the Sabbath, or try to believe in, according to the scriptures. I speak of where our minds go in the dark hours when the bank account is low, our lover is gone, our child is ill, […]


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Depression Summit Interview

The Body Speaks Louder than Words Depression Summit Interview with Paul Chubbuck I was invited to participate in “The Depression Summit”, an online webinar and exploration of the topic with experts in relevant fields. Here is the interview.   Click to find more about other talks available at The Depression Summit.     Do you […]


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Standing Rock – A poem

Standing Rock A Poem by Paul Chubbuck Sand Creek Wounded Knee The Trail of Tears The betrayal and the murder of innocents echo loudly across wood and plain, for those with ears to hear. Even today, blood spills in many ways and places. Can healing happen between our Peoples? Custer will not rise from his […]


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Surviving your Dysfunctional Family Christmas Do you have a family visit planned? Is your stomach tightening at the thought?  Here’s some survival tips that can help. Keep your expectations minimal – Have you been doing healing work, making great discoveries and gaining new awareness about new and better ways of communicating and dealing with your […]


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To Die for the Cause

To Die for the Cause Oh, what a mess our governmental and political world is, and many’s the normal citizen who is angry about it.  Whichever side of the aisle you identify with, there’s plenty to feel irritated, impatient, or even irate about! Why? Because we feel threatened….our lifestyle, our income, and our freedom. From […]


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Maybe It’s Not Your Pain

Maybe It’s Not Your Pain In 12 Step recovery communities, they say, “We compare our insides to other people’s outsides.”  Our insides are messy and often well-populated with fear, resentment, guilt, and doubt, while our own and other people’s outsides are more functional and presentable. When we compare our insides to other people’s outsides, we […]


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