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I've read numerous self-help / personal development books over the years and Susan's Feel the Fear and do it Anyway is one that has struck a chord with me the most. It made me realise that it's my fear and thoughts that's been holding me back over the years. Whenever I have doubts about issues in both my personal or work life, it helps me to put things in perspective. I've compiled a compressed version of Susan's book of the bits that are most relevant to me so I can have a quick read when I need to. Very sad to hear of Susan's passing.
Anonymous
Kingston Upon Thames, UK
Wednesday, February 6, 2013


Susan saved my life when I faced my biggest fear of losing my face and what if I can’t handle my new challenging position as Managing Director….it happens as I anticipated myself….
Yes I fully felt what it means when you are your worst enemy… but she did not let alone her readers and shows the way how to take responsibility of my life with practical lessons and tools…
I have read 10s self-help book but none of them inspired me as Susan did with feel the fear and do it anyway….
She is with us by her wonderful books and her voice always in my ear…. Whatever happens… I can handle it…
You are blessed in peace…my thoughts with all your beloved ones…
Love
Susan
Susan
Friday, January 25, 2013


My most sincere condolences to Susan's family - God has yet another angel in heaven to help others.

Susan's books gave me hope in the darkness - I still repeat her words in my head whilst in situations that I am afraid of 'I can handle it' calms me and my family too.

I am one of many thousands of people that you gave hope too Susan...thankyou for that!
Jill
Northern Ireland
Friday, January 25, 2013


A a very inspiring author. Feel the Fear and do it anyway has helped me through some of the roughest times in my life. R.I.P Susan. Gone but not forgotten.
Renata
Thursday, January 24, 2013


I have taught the Feel the Fear book to Appalchain women for years and just can't say how valuable it is to all trying ro put together productive lives. I would so like her address....Help!
Janie Polk
Lexington, KY
Thursday, January 24, 2013


You will be sadly missed on earth where you encouraged us all to keep positive a gorge forward without fear . Your book was a turning point in my life in Frabce when u felt all eas doomed through you Abd you book I simply found courage to keep going forward your monthly letter will ve missed by all who subscribed to it may you soul rest in peace and you philosophies continue as ever to encourage those who need to be as positive as you were thank you for all you wrote I had no idea you suffered cancer ( as I did once)
You ve left a wonderful legacy to your life which I amongst many readers will never forget - sympathies are extended to your family
Desiree
Desiree
Sydney Australia
Thursday, January 24, 2013


Thanks to Susan I realize daily that "I am powerful and I am loved" and have been teaching this to my young daughters (who will then teach it to their children, and so on...).

Lee
Orange County, California
Thursday, January 24, 2013


many years ago I read Feel the fear and do it anyway How true the words of wisdom of this book are .To be able to be free of FEAR truly sets US FREE .WE ONLY HAVE ONE LIFE
rachael
Wednesday, January 23, 2013


Thank you for helping me feel the fear and do it anyway and always lifting me up X
Stuart
Coalville
Wednesday, January 23, 2013


I searched for the site to offer thanks to Susan as her writings have helped me greatly through a very difficult few weeks. Had no idea that she had passed away, such sad news. Just want to say a massive thank you Susan and I have no doubt your writings and influence will have huge impact for many people for years to come. Forever grateful, may you rest in peace and condolences to your family.
David
North East England
Tuesday, January 22, 2013


SUSANS AFFIRMATIONS REALLY HELPED ME ALOT.SHE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED.GOD BLESS HER AND HER FAMILY.
Anonymous
Tuesday, January 22, 2013


When I heard Susan of Susan's passing, I was shocked and overwhelmed with sadness, thinking what a huge loss the world has just experienced.

Although I never met Susan personally, I felt that I knew her intimately, particularly as a mentor, as she helped me immensely through some of the most difficult time in my life.
By reading and studying many of Susan's books including Opening our Hearts to Men, Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway, Dare to Connect and Embracing Uncertainty, her words of honesty, enthusiasm and wisdom guided me through many events including job issues, a long-term relationship break-up and moving country to start a new life.

Susan, I cannot thank you enough for the knowledge, advice, love and support you provided me. I feel grateful and blessed for having come into contact with you and your work. As a woman, you are my biggest inspiration and you've made me want to be the best woman I can be in the time I have on this planet. You will be greatly missed but I believe your timeless work will continue to shine and light the way for others to live a full, happy and abundant life.

Thank you and all my love and blessings to your family and friends in this time.

Paula.
Paula
Melbourne, Australia
Tuesday, January 22, 2013


Feel the fear was the start of my self aware path, i shall all ways be grateful you made a real difference to my life and will always remember you for this.
May you rest in peace.
Much love
Lucy x
Lucy
Monday, January 21, 2013


I did not expect to see that Susan was no longer with us when I came to this webpage. Susan's book has had a lasting effect on my life. Words cannot express the impact she's had. God bless.
Mauri Snoke
Idaho
Sunday, January 20, 2013


My story of feeling the fear and doing it anyway has come full circle. My mother passed away in June 2003 and had suffered years of mental depression and physical illness. We called her the “energizer bunny” and literally planned her funeral twelve times. It was her spirit that was spunky, beautiful and alive within a body full of pain, suffering, shame & of course, fear. The ultimate search for finding self worth and self-love was filled with turbulent times and wreaked havoc within her body. In doing my daily chore of dusting as a young adult, the book that seemed to hold significance for my Mom was “Feel the Fear & Do It Anyway©”. I recently found this book again, read it and was inspired to write Susan about my Mom’s story….I am extremely grateful & proud to say that today, I am one of 7 licensed and trained facilitators to host her workshops throughout Canada & presently the only one in Alberta. I believe we were meant to cross paths and I find our connection timing so extraordinary & meaningful. In reaching out & telling my story to Susan & Mark, becoming licensed, presenting her workshops, having to “handle” my own fears & in Susan’s passing" ~ the grace that has taken place has all been within 8 months. The love & trust I hold knowing that I have a special guidance as part of my universe, gives me incredible peace and a profound sense of gratitude to be able to pay it forward.
perri besserer
Alberta, Canada
Sunday, January 20, 2013


'End The Struggle and Dance with Life' is the most inspirational book I have ever read. Quite simply, it provides the answers to every problem life throws at us.

Rest in peace, Susan. If anyone left the world a better place than when they arrived in it, you did.
Ali
Newcastle, UK
Sunday, January 20, 2013


Reading Feel the fear and do it anyway has helped me in some of the most difficult moments of my life, when I have felt lost and when worry almost blocked my capacity to think properly. I am very grateful to Susan for having shared her learning and growth with all of us with so much wit and intelligence.

Carmen

Carmen
Berlin
Sunday, January 20, 2013


Reading Feel the fear and do it anyway has helped me in some of the most difficult moments of my life, when I have felt lost and when worry almost blocked my capacity to think properly. I am very grateful to Susan for having shared her learning and growth with all of us with so much wit and intelligence.

Carmen

Carmen
Berlin
Friday, January 18, 2013


Wow I can't believe she is gone. I loved her spirit. I love her quotes of "feeling the fear". I remember reading somewhere about saying I love you when someone is upset with you. Saying I love you in your mind will keep you from really hating the person. I have tried that more that several times in my life.

Susan thank you for sharing your life with us. We will miss you.

Carmelita Vargas
Carmelita Vargas
Kansas City, MO
Thursday, January 17, 2013


I so sorry to hear of Susan's passing. I first read her book 'Feel the fear and do it anyway',about 9 years ago.What an impact it made on me.I continue to recommend and pass on copies to those who need it.Thankyou Susan.
G
England
Thursday, January 17, 2013


What an amazing modern day inspiration Susan Jeffers has been to the world. Susan had that rare quality of reaching you with her love and humanity. I certainly have benefited from her beautiful message because it is so accessible. This really resonates with everday people and I believe the reason why she touched so many people's lives with many positive outcomes ... and will continue to do so. Susan's contribution to the world has been outsanding and far reaching, what a gift, what a remarkable lady. Thank you Susan. My love and Condolences to Susan's family and friends. Robert, London UK
Robert Parmenter
London
Tuesday, January 15, 2013


I was so saddened to hear the news of Susan Jeffers passing. I really felt it quite profoundly as her books have been the most enourmous support to me for 20years and I have turned to them every time I felt anxious, worried, lonely and reading them has always picked me up and pushed me forward and enabled me to support others. They have always made me look towards my higher self rather than be crippled by the world's uncertainty. I liked the way she was down to earth and understanding, not preachy, and respected an individuals belief systems. Her books helped me through my Dad's cancer, my Mum's stroke and subsequent disability and through various downs in my life, I can't thank her enough I wish I had before. My love goes out to all those close to her and let them be comforted in the knowledge that her life was so full of meaning and that through her books she has enabled others to get through a difficult day, month, year, and has given them the strength to go out and pass on her messages of hope and faith in kindness and for that I am eternally grateful X
Beth
London
Tuesday, January 15, 2013


I am a single mother of three, going through relationship troubles and work for CAS in Windsor,Ontario. I have searched for several ways to find empowering strategies to help myself and the parents I work with. Susan has inspired me to explore new adventures and ways of viewing my life and relationships I have with others. I am saddened that she has past on because I wanted to thank her from the bottom of my heart for the new look on life that she has shared with me, and my future relationships.
May she rest in peace.
Michelle Gallagher
Windsor Ontario
Monday, January 14, 2013


I read Susan's book feel the fear and do it anyway in the early nineties and found it inspirational and it helped me in my personal life and professional. I found her openness refreshing. I am on my third copy of her book as I have lent out my other copies to students. Thank you for writing this book and sharing your experiences.
Veronica
Dundee Scotland
Monday, January 14, 2013


I first came across Susan's books when I was 18 and struggling with a difficult period in my life. In the 10 years since first reading Feel the Fear and do it Anyway I have read numerous of Susan's other books and returned to them all many times.

I remember her words of advice on a daily basis and I do my best to always live by them. Her simple and honest words have given me and millions other a way to deal with life's uncertainty and to embrace everything it has to give. She certainly her mark in this lifetime. Rest in peace Susan x
Sarah
England
Monday, January 14, 2013


So sorry to hear this sad news just clearing out emails never saw this way back in Oct. Susan's writings changed my life after being a bad place for many years. I will continue to read and practice what I have learnt. My condolences to Susan's family. xxxxxxx
Evelyn
AYR Scotland
Sunday, January 13, 2013


Thank you Dr Jeffers, your book has been and is still an inspiration to me. May your soul rest in peace. much love. reem
reem
lebanon
Sunday, January 13, 2013


You helped me so much. Always grateful.
Miguel Angel
Amsterdam
Saturday, January 12, 2013


I found the book, Feel the Fear and Do It Anyways on a dusty shelf at my mom's house. I loved the book and it helped me tremendously in many situations in my life. I passed the book onto a bff of mine and a few of my other friends went out and purchased it because of the bold action they seen from the book's effect on me. I even got my 13yr son to read the first chapter. He said he didn't understand it, but the title was the only thing that made sense to him and he knew it was the most important. Thank you Susan for your amazing gift to write in such a powerful way!!
Helen
Phoenix, AZ
Saturday, January 12, 2013


A truly wonderful lady & inspiration to all. Her book Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway has had a positive effect on my life & my daughter too. Her legacy lives on with her books and CDs and the brilliant affirmations. With Love & Blessings to family and friends. xx
Maureen
West Yorkshire England
Saturday, January 12, 2013


I was really saddened to hear about Susan, she really is an inspiration and has really encouraged me to live my life, reach for my dreams and adopt a really positive and peaceful outlook to life.

Susan, you will be really missed but your work and kind words will live on and will contine to inspire many generations.

Thank you, love and blessings.
Katie
Katie
London
Saturday, January 12, 2013


I will be forever grateful for your beautiful words of wisdom and how you transformed my life. Through your books, you were able to connect with me in a way that no one else could. I wept with shock, sadness and loss after getting the email informing me that you had passed away. The world just doesn't feel the same without you here. Mark and family-my deepest, heartfelt sympathy for your loss of such an amazing woman. I can only imagine how brightly she must have shined from where you stood. Peace and love to you.
Susan DeVine
Indianapolis, IN
Thursday, January 10, 2013


feel the fear and do it anyway was my "bible" that helped me cope. thankyou for your wisdom and love you shared with your readers. i am so grateful. bless you <3 xxxxxxxxxx
sharon
wales
Thursday, January 10, 2013


Just read that Susan had passed away. Grateful for her down to earth approach and desire to help others. RIP x
Andy
Yorkshire, England
Thursday, January 10, 2013


Ahh my dear Susan i want it so much to see you and tell you how your audio book had very strong effect on my life.....
Rest in peace... and God bless you...
Moudar
Syria
Thursday, January 10, 2013


"Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway has been one of the most important messages I have ever received. I am now 68 years old and just yesterday when I was leading a new Workshop on Positive Aging, not only did I tell myself to "Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway, but my 38 year old daughter called me from LA to wish me luck with my new Workshop and when I told her I was a little nervous she repeated the very words I had taught her, Susan's Words! So grateful for this wonderful tool which I have used my entire adult life in so many situations!
gayle
boca ratón, fl
Thursday, January 10, 2013


Susan, because of your book "Dare to Connect" I began my self-development journey. I will always be deeply grateful to you for helping me on my journey. Because of you I have developed my self-confidence and am learning to love myself more and more each day. Thank you for your efforts and contributions to the world of self-help and spiritual growth. Rest in Peace. With much love, Ayesha
Ayesha
London, UK
Thursday, January 10, 2013


Susan Jeffers directly contributed to the most significant decisions I have made. I always hoped that one day I might thank her in person, so sad this is now not to be.
Nadine.
Anonymous
Thursday, January 10, 2013


indebted to Susan for giving me my life back. I will pass on her message of "feel the fear and do it anyway" to everyone I meet in life. Truly inspiring ideas that help others find their dreams again. Sad that Susan has passed away. Love and kindness to her family and friends. xxxxxxx
davina gaughan
scotland
Thursday, January 10, 2013


Im so sorry to hear about Susan ! her book feel the fear has been my life line I cant tell you how much its helped me in my life . The world has lost a great women ! so sorry to her of her passing Teresa
teresa
Wednesday, January 9, 2013


Susan Jeffers was a brilliant writer who wrote about things we all worry about but don't like to admit! She was way before her time and a pioneer. Her family must be very proud of her.
Jane Cullen
London
Wednesday, January 9, 2013


I read End the Struggle and Dance with Life after a friend recommended it and it literally changed my life !!
I have since recommended it to lots of people.
Thank you Susan, you will be missed.

xx
Margaret Holt
Staffordshire, England
Wednesday, January 9, 2013


I am very sad to read that Susan passed away. She helped me overcome several critic moments of my life and till does. Her books continue to support and encourage me. Thank you Susan wherever you are <3
ElisabettaN
Italy
Wednesday, January 9, 2013


Feel the Fear..has been the most wonderful, inspiring book that I know has been a life changer for many including myself. Many thanks Susan and rest in peace. xx
Sue
Hampshire, England
Tuesday, January 8, 2013


I would just like to thank Susan for all of the wonderful things she has done for so many, including myself. Her books have gotten me through so much over the years, Feel the Fear and do it anyway saved my life, a few times! Susan has been and will always continue to b a wonderful inspiration. Mark I hope you are doing well and I will keep you in my prayers.
Dawn
SI NY
Tuesday, January 8, 2013


Thank you Susan. We never met but your words had a huge impact on my life. You really did help me to end the struggle and dance with life. From my heart to yours.
Anonymous
Tuesday, January 8, 2013


Thank-you Susan for your books and affirmations that continue to help me through experiences in my life.

With love to Mark, your family and friends.
M xx

M
England
Monday, January 7, 2013


It us with great sadness that only today I heard the news of the loss is Susan. I am a psychotherapist in the UK and Susan has both inspired me on many personal levels and also in being able to share her work in my work too.

I want to express my grattitude to her for her gift of 'feeling fear and doing it anyway' a mantra that will stay with myself and many others I am sure for life.

Thank you Susan.

Helen Cheshire
Helen
United Kingdom
Monday, January 7, 2013


Truly inspirational!

Rest in peace Susan.
Anonymous
Monday, January 7, 2013


I only found out today that Susan had died. How did I miss that?
I was a big fan of hers. Feel the fear is a great book and helped me on my way to a greater freedom.
Such a brave, sensible woman.
Jenny Hardy
England
Monday, January 7, 2013


..thank you Susan for your inspiration...

..may you fly above the beautiful skies..

x
Jill
scotland
Monday, January 7, 2013


So sorry to hear of this sad news, I had only just discovered Susan's work and it's already made such a difference to me, some people make an incredibly positive impact to others in the short time we have in this world, so inspirational, thoughts with her family and friends.
Alex Dougal
Edinburgh, Scotland
Sunday, January 6, 2013


Liebe Susan,

auch wenn es sich hier komisch anfühlt, dir und dann auch noch auf Deutsch zu schreiben, tu ich es doch, weil ich dankbar dafür bin, dass mir deine Bücher vor ca. 2 Jahren "in die Hände gefallen sind". Ja, es stimmt, du hast auch bei mir den richtigen, sehr liebevollen Ton getroffen und auch wenn wir nun alle wissen, dass du nicht mehr so auf dieser Welt bist, bleiben deine guten Energien im ewigen Kreislauf des Lebens für uns spürbar!
Alles Liebe für dich und deine Familie, wo und wie auch immer du jetzt bist!
Herzlichst,
deine Patricia
Patricia
Montreal, Canada
Sunday, January 6, 2013


My Thoughts and Prayers are with your family. My heart is heavy as Susan is such an inspiration and her cds/books have helped me through a lot of growing and pain in my own life. I will miss her knowledge and spirit greatly. Much love.
Rhonda
Columbus, Ohio
Sunday, January 6, 2013


SO very sad to hear of Susan's passing. The world will miss her clear, positive approach to living. A real inspiration. My sympathy to her nearest and dearest. i x
Irene Coburn
Scotland
Sunday, January 6, 2013


Thank you Susan for living a life that inspired others. I am so grateful for your message which will live on and inspire generations to come. Thank you for sharing it with me. My love to your family xxx
Issie Arkwright
New Zealand
Saturday, January 5, 2013


Dearest Susan, I can¨t believe you are not in this world, I am a psicoanalist from argentina, and your book had teached me a lot, I travelled with your book to europe alone an your book was everything for me, it was my company, and when I was feeling alone I read It, and my fears disapeared. I still have It y my little table beside my bed, you still are my sun that brightened my existence, I want to thank you very much, the way you could express what is fear , and the way It makes you stop your life, thank you very much for all that you have gave us. I love you, an respect you very much, an I really want to teach argentine poople all your thoughts. Good by dear friend!!!
Anonymous
Saturday, January 5, 2013


Susan books have helped me in my life her work has been inspiring god bless her
mary brady
dublin ireland
Friday, January 4, 2013


So sad to hear of Susan Jeffers death. I have read several of her books and found them all so inspiring. I have bought several of the Little book of Peace to pass on to friends in time of need. Susan has been an inspiration and such a bright light to the world. I am so glad her work will continue. My Deepest sympathy to her husband and family.
Mary Hill
Friday, January 4, 2013


As, following Susan's advice I have been on a "news fast" I am sad to say I have only just heard of her passing. Just to say that her books have been an endless source of strength to me in some dark and difficult times. I am just so grateful that she gave her wisdom so freely and we can all be still helped and comforted by her words. With much love to her family and friends.
Damian
Sheffield, UK
Friday, January 4, 2013


I've only just heard of Susan's death and I am much saddened by the news. I'm sure there have been many people who have gained from Susan's wisdom and humanity and it is no exageration to say that I feel that this was someone I knew and no author has ever had that impact on me. God bless you Susan your life undoubtedley touched many.
Mike Long
england
Friday, January 4, 2013


I was sad to hear of Susan's passing, but she has left a fantastic legacy. I read 'Feel the fear and do it anyway' and 'Feel the fear and beyond' they are well worn copies, fom me referring to and also my friends. They helped me so much, and made me realize that I wasn't alone. Thank you so much.
Ingrid
England, U.K.
Friday, January 4, 2013


Susan taught me to face my fears and to take chances in life. Her upbeat manner motivated me to stay positive even when things in my life seemed grim. Thank you Susan for all that you did in this life time. May your family be comforted by all the lives you have touched.
Sherry
Thursday, January 3, 2013


I have been reading Feel The Fear...now for about 5 months, this has been the most difficult period in my life. Had it not been and continue to be for her heartfelt and very honest self-help I don't feel that I could have pulled through. Because of Susan I am facing my fears with honesty and courage. I do not resent others for what I have created in my experience of life. I am going to keep this book and the others of hers and use them when I feel the ground slipping out from under me. I have read many many teachers and Susan Jeffers along with her inspirational tapes has made this life one of tons more light for me. I am now passing her gift to a dear friend who I know will come to grow and feel what it is like to truly live using the tools and honest was we must face our fears and push on through. I wish to send my love and comfort to her family and all those who spent time with her. I Love You Susan, you are a gift to all of us who have been blessed enough to share in this lifes walk with you.
Bonnie Clark
Northern Nevada
Thursday, January 3, 2013


I just read of Susan's passing and I am so stunned and saddened by her loss. I read her book, "End the Struggle and Dance with Life" in 1997 and it was the first self-help book I ever read cover to cover. It was a life-changing book for me and started me on a path of personal discovery and immense personal growth. I am forever grateful to have "known" Susan through her written work. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.
Lisa
Saratoga Springs, New York
Thursday, January 3, 2013


Im so sorry for the loss of Susan. I say to myself everyday, whatever happens I'll handle it. Thank you Susan, RIP
Cathy Robb
Sacramento, CA
Thursday, January 3, 2013


I'm so sorry to hear of Susan's passing only now - Feel the Fear was given to me a few years back and it helped me conquer some fears at the time which I will never forget. Susan will continue to inspire me and I send my deepest sympathies to all her family and friends. Warmest Wishes
Jane Leavy, Kildare, Ireland.
Jane Leavy
Ireland
Thursday, January 3, 2013


I write this email with profound thankfulness for how Dr. Susan Jeffers is continuing to change my life.

In recent months I have become completely "identified" with Susans work through her book and CD "Feel the Fear and Do It". These have become the focal point in my reading/studying of how to change my life!

I want to tell you how I discovered Dr. Susan Jeffers in my journey of discovering my SELF.

I had been introduced to the Law of Attraction and I was on various mailing lists on the internet. The whole concept of the law of attraction was a mystery to me as I could never seem to nail down what other authors and self improvement gurus were talking about. Expressions and terminology used by self improvement authors and guru's were tossed around --- however, they never seemed to get down to the essence of explaining what self improvement and law of attraction was all about.

One day I received a notice from a company that I dealt with. They provided me with an option of receiving the "Feel the Fear and Do It" DVD or the "Feel the Fear and Do It" paper back book.

Although I could see no practical use for the promotion, I could not turn down a freebee. I ordered the DVD --- when I received it, I put it on my book case shelf where it sat for nearly a year. It was surprising the number of times I picked it up and set it back down with out listening to it.

Then, one day, my curiousity got the better part of me. When I started listening to it I did it half heartily --- while my mind wandered about other things that I could be doing. After listening to the first half of the DVD, my attention became riveted to what was being said. As a matter of fact I played it over and over ---- I hand wrote every word that Susan said so that I could read it as well as listen to it.

I have embraced the words that she has spoken and written. Many ideas and concepts that she has spoken about were casually referred to by other authors. She had the essence of what I wanted to know and accept for my self. Susan went one step further --- not only did she use expressions such as "Responsibility, Say "Yes" to the Universe, etc.--- she defined them. There is no more mystery what these expressions mean. The DVD has opened the door for me as to what all the other authors and guru's were talking about.

In addition to the DVD, I now have the book. I assure you that I am not reading the book ----- I AM STUDYING THE BOOK, as she intended. There is much to be learned and she has set me in motion on my road to discovery.

Once again, I would like to say that I have a deep gratitude.

For Dr. Susan Jeffers, I express my gratitude to a person I have never met; but, whose work is changing my life and the lives of many other like minded people.

For your loss of Susan, I offer the following quote:

IN THE STARS THAT SHINE, THE FLOWERS THAT BLOOM OR IN A GENTLE BREEZE, MAY YOU FEEL THE PRESENCE OF YOUR LOVED ONE AND BE COMFORTED BY TREASURED MEMORIES.
Author Unknown

Best Regards

Len
Len
Thursday, January 3, 2013


Susan was such an inspiring lady, I read feel the fear about 10 years ago & that book really helped. Thanks Susan, may you rest in peace. Margaret
Margaret Cotter
Cork, ireland
Thursday, January 3, 2013


I was shocked and saddened to receive an e-mail announcing Susan's death, as I hadn't known she was so ill. My love and sympathy goes out to you and your family on the loss of such a beautiful, loving wife, mother and friend to so many. I wrote to Susan in the 1980s after I first read "Feel the Fear", telling her how much her book had helped me. I was touched and so delighted when she took the time to write a short letter back to me, which I have always treasured. It is addressed to me in Susan's hand-writing on a Fearbusters leaflet and has a hand-written message from Susan inside, dated 4 May 1989. I can't tell you how much I've been helped over the years by reading Susan's books, and I am so honoured still to possess a letter from her. She was a truly wonderful person, and millions of people, including myself, have been helped by Susan in so many ways. She will never be forgotten. Those we love never truly leave us, they live on in the comfort they shared, the kindness they showed, and the love they brought into our lives.
Sheila N Sharpe
Dunfermline, Scotland
Thursday, January 3, 2013


Just found out about Susan's death. I am devastated.. Feel like I've lost a really good friend. But the greatest tribute I can pay is to say ...."I'll handle it"
Thanks for all your help through the years, Susan xxx
Anonymous
Thursday, January 3, 2013


Her book changed my life.
Anonymous
Thursday, January 3, 2013


She was strong sensitive woman. Ilearnt from her about fear.I hope she is in a better place now
Alia
Palestine
Thursday, January 3, 2013


I was very saddened to hear about Susan's passing. She was and will remain a great part of my life. Her book 'Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway' inspired and continues to inspire me.

She will always be in my thoughts and prayers.

Elizabeth
Elizabeth
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Thursday, January 3, 2013


When I heard of the passing away of Susan I was saddened as I know many others were as well. Shortly before hearing of her death, I had resently released my new book titled, "Lupus? An Alternative Approach to an Autoimmune Disease." Susan's book, "Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway" is one of the recommended readings that I had placed in my book as a suggested reading. Glad I did.
Marian
Thursday, January 3, 2013


Such a brave amazing generous person! The "Feel the Fear" series has been a great inspiration and support to me through the years. In fact when I first read it I purchased many copies and handed them out to everyone in my life. Thank you so much Susan for the gift of your deeply positive message of hope and personal responsibility. I wish your family peace and comfort in this difficult time.
Andrea Gabor
California
Thursday, January 3, 2013


I was shocked to read Susan has passed away. Her book Feel the Fear has truelly changed my life.
My sincere condolences to her husband and family and friends.
Rob
Holland
Thursday, January 3, 2013


I just had recently discovered Susan in 2012 and I am saddened to hear of her passing. I carry a prayer with me I heard her say on an Audio of one of her many conventions. She prayed:
I trust that no matter what happens in my life. it is for my highest good.And no matter what happens in the lives of those I love,it is for thier highest good. From all things that are put before us, we shall become stonger and more loving people.
God Bless
Cindy
Anonymous
Thursday, January 3, 2013


So sorry to hear of the passing of Susan and my sympathy to her family and friends. These books helped me a tremendous amount in my life and I am grateful to have found them.

May her family find comfort in knowing that her legacy lives on in her books and her messages in them.
Heather
Canada
Thursday, January 3, 2013


Great Lady, I was just reading one of her books this morning.. I only heard the news when i got into work very sad...

03/01/12 Ireland, I loved her work...
Anonymous
Thursday, January 3, 2013


Thank you, Susan. Such a wonderful lady with such a powerful message. Love to all of Susan's family.
Fiona
Scotland
Thursday, January 3, 2013


I am so sorry to hear of the death of Susan Jeffers. Her book "Feel the fear and do it anyway" changed me ... and as a result changed my life. Every day I use affirmations and encourage my friends to do the same. Thank you Susan, you leave a wonderful legacy. RIP
Sandra
Ireland
Thursday, January 3, 2013


May you rest in peace in another world. We'll always live on with your inspiration and power that you have had given to us through many of your books written. Lots of love.
Soon
Malaysia
Thursday, January 3, 2013


Dear Susan
You may no longer be with us in your physical form, but your message will live on in our minds.
When a very pragmatic friend gave me a copy of "Feel the Fear", little did I know how much impact it would have. Shortly after, my marriage hit another low, and I decided to face my fear of being alone, and left. Still hurting, I met a man, was afraid of starting new relationship "so soon" (with all "rebound" alerts sounding) but followed my heart anyway - we're married now, and trying to start a family.
At the same time as the marriage breakdown, I finished school and got a job in an industry I knew nothing about. Unfortunately, chemistry between that company and me was wrong. I was afraid of quitting and not having enough income, but resigned nevertheless, and enrolled in a top-up education.
I still haven't found "my very own shelf", but I will keep trying out different things, feeling the fear and doing it anyway, learning along the way and knowing that things are happening perfectly. And when I find my place in life, I intend to spread your message even more strongly - maybe as a licensed trainer, if that's still possible.
THANK YOU for sharing your wisdom and experiences.
Mariska
Denmark
Thursday, January 3, 2013


You touched so many lives. I feel as if I have lost a friend but thank you for leaving us our words and wisdom x
Anonymous
Thursday, January 3, 2013


Rest in peace Susan. I found your words of love and peace to be very inspiring to me. I will continue to say positive affirmations for the rest of my life and will inspire others to do so. Love x
Anonymous
Thursday, January 3, 2013


I have just learned today of Susan's passing. I am devastated to hear of this sad loss. Susan Jeffers was an incredible woman. She helped me during a very tough period I faced 8 years ago. I have read all her books which, at that time in my life, was a great strength to me. I am a healer myself and have many clients and am proud to say that a lot of tips I share and pass on. She will always fill a big part in my heart. Susan - may you rest in peace!!! And may you carry on your journey with ease! Thank you!!! I am sending energies to all your family and would be honored to meet one of you. Please contact me if ever you come to Israel or if I can help in any way. With love. Colette
Colette Leshem
Israel
Thursday, January 3, 2013


I just read about Susans Death,and was very sad to hear, It was a bitter,sweet response because I didn't read about her death till after I read her news letter "Loving your Life Now" how appropriate, she is a "Diva" and she will be miss. Love to her family and friends.
cheryl leader
Sacramento California
Thursday, January 3, 2013


Please don't say, "Susan is gone", Susan will never be gone, she will always be with us in spirit to guide and comfort us.
Sylvia W
Halifax, West Yorks
Thursday, January 3, 2013


I only learned of Susan recently. Because my husband died of a sudden illness, my life and endeavours filled with irrational fears and her book on facing your fears was recommended to me. I can't say how much I appreciated the work that she did in her teaching and through her writing in helping others like me to find a way through fear to be able to live again.
RIP Susan and love to her family.
Jeanne
Australia
Thursday, January 3, 2013


To the Family Susan leaves behind- please understadn what an impact Susan has had on the World.....She truly was an inspiration! In my own personal case reading Feel the fear - and do it anyway! was a part of my journey transpiring from a career to owning my own business and was the catalyst for making this happen! That was three years ago - and it has given me time with my children I would never have had....thank you so much.....I will re-read the book again this year; adding to my skillset,and thank Susan for all that she achieved in her lifetime....Mark - you ought to be very proud; and I can appreciate how you feel since losing both my parents within six months....you and your family are in our prayers at this time.....
Scott Dwyer
Cambridge, UK
Thursday, January 3, 2013


Susan's book ....Feel the fear and do it anyways...transformed my life. In 1994 I divorced, left a religious cult that I was a member of for 20 years, went to college and moved out of state alone. I never would have done one inch of any of those moves without that book. I was so sad when I heard she passed. She had more affect on me than my parents, God or anyone I ever knew and yet I never met her. Now tell me how does that happen? Thank u Susan I will miss you too!
Scarlett Hoxie
colorado
Thursday, January 3, 2013


Truly saddened to learn of your death in this month's newsletter. You and your books have made MASSIVE impact on my life, helped me get through some really dreadful times, and continue to inspire me. I have now bought around 6 copies of Feel the Fear as I just keep giving them to my friends who are feeling lost and need some guidance. I have many of your books and have just started reading I'm ok........You're a Brat! and I'm loving it already!

You were a very special lady and I'm sure your books and your works will continue to help millions of lost souls for years to come. Rest in peace dear angel xxx
Jill Frazer
Netherlands
Thursday, January 3, 2013


fantastic lady with world class humility and vision of the values of humanity...Rest in peace
Jean-Carl
Mauritius
Wednesday, January 2, 2013


As I heard recently at a relatives memorial service; he or she didn't die, they just changed addresses and feel this is the case with Susan and as long as their is LOVE there is Susan. And someday will be each of us.
joe
Anonymous
Wednesday, January 2, 2013


I’m very sorry to hear about her passing, I first read her book feel the fear and do it anyway about 20years ago because at that time I was making 6 dollars and hour and my kids wanted me to buy some candy for them but I didn’t have enough money and felt real bad about not being able to buy them and I started to cry then I got mad and decided I needed to make a change. I went to a bookstore and started looking for self – help books and came upon Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway I started reading it and then I bought it. I followed all the instructions and ideas in the book and within 2 years I went from a laborers position to a Supervisor and it’s all because of the book and your wife who totally changed my life. I recently joined her newsletters as well and continue to read as often as I can and I refer my friends, co-workers and my children to read her books for self-help I will miss her and wish you and your family the best in life now and in the future.

michael sharpe
Houston,Texas
Wednesday, January 2, 2013


I discovered Susan's books, feel the fear and embracing certainty three weeks ago. I am at a very low point in my life and these books gave me a sense of direction that nothing else could. Being inspired, I looked for Susan on the Internet only to find that she had passed. I was saddened by this information but know Susan is in a good place! Thank you Susan for your candid words of wisdom, advice, and strong encouragements through your affirmations!
LC
New Jersey , United States
Wednesday, January 2, 2013


Thank you for your inspiring, positive book "Feel the Fear and do it Anyway'. It was something to reach out for and focus on when my beloved husband died and I was crying every day. It taught me to spread my life, reach forward and operate from love, not fear. I owe all the happiness and balance I now have with a wonderful new partner, precious grandchildren and a full life, to you, Susan.
Jenny
Qld, Australia
Wednesday, January 2, 2013


May you rest in Peace Susan. Your book "Feel the Fear and do it anyways" transformed my life many years ago and I would not be the strong, confident woman and been able to leave an abusive marriage without this tool. My heart will be forever grateful and I hope to meet you on the other side.

With much Peace to you and yours that were left behind I send you much light and love.

Penny
Penny
Maine
Wednesday, January 2, 2013


Thanks a lot for sharing your life experiences in your life time and for that timely advice "feel the fear and do it anyway". its my prayer that you will make heaven and that God will grant your family and entire staff the fortitude to bear the loss.
seun oyekunle
Wednesday, January 2, 2013


I've just finished reading Susan's book, feel the fear and do it anyway.
It's the second time I had read this book. For some reason I decided to go into one of her web site and have just seen that she has passed away.
OMG I just broke down. I didn't even know she had died.
I truly loved this book and the first time I read it was because I wanted to go and live in China but had a terrible fear about it.
I found the book in a friends cupboard and spent the next few days taking in all the info. To all her family and friends I am so sorry this remarkable person and writer has left this world but she certainly has left us with so much to be thankful for. Thanks Susan I will never forget all your help. Love Lyn Cra;ne
lin crane
australia
Tuesday, January 1, 2013


I just discovered your books 2 months ago and you are allready have a big influence in my life..thank you for the great inspiration!
Steffs
Tuesday, January 1, 2013


Thank you Susan for the wisdom and insight you shared and all your efforts of mastery in what you did.
Jerrie Carpenter
Texas
Tuesday, January 1, 2013


Just read about Susans death, how very sad
Christine
North East, England
Tuesday, January 1, 2013


Susan 's books have really helped me a great deal especially embracing uncertainty!! what a wonderful book!!
I suffer from a mental health disability and she has taught me through her books to live life for me and no one e else!! Im learning to listen to my inner child as well as understand my limitations as well as capabilities. I know i will meet susan in another life where i can tell her what a truly inspirational self help writer she was!! RIP Susan
EMETARON ABUAH
london
Tuesday, January 1, 2013


Very saddened to hear the news of Susan's passing. She will be very much missed. Her words and thoughts helped me through many challenges and she will never be forgotten for the help and support she gave through her newsletters and affirmations. A beautiful person, sincere and positive. The world needs more inspiring people like Susan Jeffers.
Dawn Peverley
England
Tuesday, January 1, 2013


hi susan.iam very happy for read your book about Higher self.because i was Lower sel.my language is persian but i can speak by you!tank you very very much susan
taha
iran
Tuesday, January 1, 2013


Susan may you continue to rest in peace. Please keep Susan's message alive !!!

Rob
Rob Given
Peterborough On Cacada
Monday, December 31, 2012


I was so sad to hear of Susan´s passing. 'Feel the fear...' changed my life and way of thinking forever. Thank you Susan, your legacy will be passed on by every reader!
Suzie
uk
Monday, December 31, 2012


Susan, your writing and spirit have provided the richest teachings for me on my path through this life. I send profound gratitude and love to your spirit, and to all those who have helped to communicate your message. Namaste.
Anne
Monday, December 31, 2012


I found the Feel the Fear... book so helpful and insightful. I can't imagine how many lives she has touched. She definitely brought me a new perspective of life through her book and I thank her for that. My way of keeping her legacy alive is to follow her advice and share the wisdom from her book with others.
lyc
Monday, December 31, 2012


You live through your books. Thanks for being an inspiration!
manvi
Sunday, December 30, 2012


I'm so sorry to hear of Susan's passing. I learned so much from her books. She taught me to be a better person. I hope her family finds solace from knowing the positive impact that she had on so many lives.
Debbie Mansperger
United States
Sunday, December 30, 2012


so sorry susan help me thru a period of blindness and my mothers death will always be grate ful
paul o hagan
ireland
Sunday, December 30, 2012


so sad to hear of Susan jeffers passing. i continue to receive so much from her books and newsletter. i particularly needed her book embracing uncertainty when i was going through a really difficult time in my life,so today i say thank god for her life and the lessons she shared with me. she has made a distinct print on my life. blessings to her family and all those who loved her.
joanne
Ireland
Sunday, December 30, 2012


"Feel the Fear..." got me through a divorce and onto an amazing life with self actualization at its core. It was life changing. Thank you Susan Jeffers.
Anonymous
Saturday, December 29, 2012


Thanks for everything - have had 'Feel the Fear' for 20 years and still dip into it for wisdom and advice now. And thanks for keeping the website going xxx
Frances Bate
Saturday, December 29, 2012


You gave me courage and hope may you rest in peace knowing you helped save millions of people from despair god bless you and your family and friends
Neil x
Anonymous
Friday, December 28, 2012


thankyou susan for helping me.i shall keep your words of wisdom in my heart for ever.you have helped so many, and i know you will continue to.God Bless thankyou so much.
carole
kent england
Thursday, December 27, 2012


It is with much sadness for me to hear about Susan's passing.The book Feel the fear and do it anyway has helped me go through so many trials of my life as a young individual.I'd love to share with everyone ,that Susan is an Inspiration,a motivator,a mother and a friend i would always confide in through her books.Reading her book i noticed a voice that felt like a guardian Angel,I always feel her talking to me through her book,I would continue to look for other issues and read them through all the days of my life.To the Jeffers Family,may you take heart and know we all have lost a Legend.MAY YOUR SOUL REST IN PEACE SUSAN. . .
Much Love
Aledia
Limpopo Polokwane
SouthAfrica
ALEDIA MOLOPE
LIMPOPO POLOKWANE, SA
Thursday, December 27, 2012


I have only recently been introduced to Susan's books reading Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway and The Feel The Fear Guide To a Lasting Love. Both books made a profound impact on my life by drawing attention to how I can make a difference to my life and those around me through opening my heart to love. By taking responsibility for my life and learning how to be a more loving person. These books made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside as I read them. Thank you for being brave enough to share your own experiences to help others. People like Susan make the world a better place. My heart goes out to your family. I lost my mum to cancer many years ago so I understand the pain when someone special leaves this earth but also recognise the importance in celebrating the life of our loved ones and appreciating the time we had with them. xo
Leanne Watson
Sydney, Australia
Wednesday, December 26, 2012


I was so shocked and saddened to hear of Susan's passing.
I first read 'Feel the fear and do it anyway' when I came out of a very abusive violent relationship nearly 20 years ago. Without any family or support from anyone, Susan gave me hope and confidence in my life and inspired me to write a book about my life and go on to train as a social worker. I often refer to her work even after all these years, especially when I need a confidence boost, often listening to her tapes in the car on the way to a meeting or when I'm feeling low.
She will be truly missed but her work will carry on through people like me.
I feel truly blessed to have encountered her tremendous wisdom and honesty in my life. May her work long continue to help and inspire others.
My thoughts and prayers go to her family and friends at their time of loss.
Kindest regards
Sue
Sue
Surrey, United Kingdom
Tuesday, December 25, 2012


I have just found out about Susan's passing and so sad to hear it. Her feel the fear book has been part of my life and teaching for more than 20 years. On holidays now and just rereading end the struggle and again gaining so much from it. Her beautiful, honest, insightful and encouraging words stay with me and help me to be the person I want to be. What a sad loss for the world but how wonderful the lasting impact she has made. Love Adrienne
Adrienne
Australia
Tuesday, December 25, 2012


dear Susan & family.

today is the 25-12-12. you are still walking with us all. and we are all handling it. (in are own way at are own pace) peace be with you and your dearest. forever in my thoughts even though we never met you walk and talk with me every day............ x
lee
greater manchester england
Tuesday, December 25, 2012


I have just finished reading Feel the Fear and it has definitely impacted the way I see my life and actions. Its sad to read about Suzan passing away, but I quit sure that she will always be remembered by the millions of people that read her books. Thank you Suzan!
Anonymous
Jordan
Tuesday, December 25, 2012


I am very saddened by that news. Deeply saddened, because I have not been with the service of my computer from mid October. Today, December 24th, my system is up and running again and this is one of the first news that greeted me as i logged on. I truly believe that her transition is not the end to the enlightenment she has brought many. Although belated, my sincere condolences to her family and may her spirit be forever at peace.
primus hutchinson
United States/Saint Lucia-Caribbean
Monday, December 24, 2012


I happen to be in a bookstore on my birthday, scanning the books on the shelf, until one book stood out above all the others Feel the Fear and do it Anyway, it was the BEST investment i have made, simply BRILLIANT!! I am helping friends by recommending this book, who have gone through tough times. Stunning work and amazing difference to people lives. Sadly missed.
Rachel
UK
Monday, December 24, 2012


Susan Jeffers book “Feel the fear…and do it anyway” was the first self-help book that helped in a way that no words can describe. And from there on I read and listened to more from Susan. The support, help and wisdom that comes from Susan is truly touching.

I can never thank her enough for everything she has given me.

I find Susan truly inspiring and think it’s amazing that I feel so connected to her even though we never met. Although I was never lucky enough to meet her, I know she is with me... Everyday I carry Susan’s words of wisdom and love in my heart. I was however, lucky enough to be in the world when she was.

I am forever grateful and happy that she came into my life, I continue the rest of my journey with Susan.

My thoughts and love are with Susans’s family and friends.

I will miss you so much.
Thank you Susan for being you.
This world is better place for you being in it...you are an angel x x x

Tracie
London
Friday, December 21, 2012


I found Feel the Fear at a very bleak and frightening moment in my life. It gave me invaluable guidance, helped reorient my values and allowed me to move forward to become a much stronger, more centred person.

I will always be grateful for her wisdom and generosity.
sarah
Italy
Friday, December 21, 2012


You have changed my attitude to fear, and it has changes my life thank you
Carol liddle
Australia
Friday, December 21, 2012


One of the others persons wrote on this page: 'Her life has had a lasting impact on the lives of many people.' I totally agree. I start every day at work reading the daily affirmation and quote and it has helped me many times. Thank you.
Steffen
Denmark, Copenhagen
Thursday, December 20, 2012


I was hugely sad to hear of Susan's passing. I first read Feel the Fear two years ago and it is no exaggeration to say that it transformed by life. I only wish I'd read it years and years earlier! I honestly think that it should be compulsory reading in schools.

On the day that she passed I was actually re-reading the "Feel the fear guide to lasting love' book (I like to re-red every couple of months to keep me fresh and practicing)whilst on holiday.

Her helpful advice and outlook, her honesty, it truly felt like I could hear her voice coming from the pages and talking directly to me.

She's given me so much strength, patience, and made me a better person. Friends and loved ones actually commented on the difference in me when I first read the book.

I will be forever grateful and happy that she came into my life. Sending much love to her family. Susan, I will miss you. But if I ever need to hear your voice I will just open one of your wonderful, wonderful books.

Thank you so much. K
KH
Dubai
Tuesday, December 18, 2012


I just finished listening to (twice) a set of tapes I purchased at a book sale. As I went to the web for more information on the author. I find it incredible that the information on these tapes are still so on point and relevant after twenty years. I will find and read more of thisinspiring work.

Thanks to Susan
Jennifer
Kansas City, Missouri USA
Monday, December 17, 2012


Susan's book Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway changed my life. Thank you Susan...Thank you Thank you Thank you xxx
Denise
Lancashire, United Kingdom
Monday, December 17, 2012


Rest in Peace Susan
The world will miss your energy and passion and the sharing of your wisdom with us all. Thank you so much in what you gave in this life to us. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! My heart goes out to your family. Give them strength at this time of sadness. A beautiful angel we will never forget.
Prim
Australia
Sunday, December 16, 2012


The loss of Susan is devastating. I started reading her work aged 13, and it has been with me all through my life. I am in shock. My thoughts go out to Susan's family.
Susanna
Coventry, UK
Friday, December 14, 2012


It is with much sadness that I have just heard of Susan's passing. She was a truly inspirational person and I like many others have found such solace in her books and her website.Whenever I feel down I always return to her pratical words of wisdom and check out the website for some guidance which is always given freely and with love. I'm so glad her work will continue and know she will live on in the hearts of all she reached. My thoughts are with her family at this time. Love Sharon x
Sharon
Cambridge
Friday, December 14, 2012


I have only recently read and listened to Susan’s work and already know that she was truly a gift to this world. Her ability to teach us about life and fear where you can apply it no matter the situation or person is wonderful and insightful. I and the World will miss you Susan and thank you for sharing with us your Higher Self xxx
Peter
Birmingham, UK
Friday, December 14, 2012


I was so sad to hear of Susan's death.I first read Susan's book 'Feel the Fear and do it anyway' many years ago. Whenever I feel despair or unable to cope, I take out my old, very dogeared, copy and reread it. Susan talked a lot of sense. 'Psychobabble' could never be attributed to her work. I pray that she is at peace.
Julie Hayes
Liverpool, England.
Thursday, December 13, 2012


I was very sad to hear about Susan's death. I learned about her only last year, but her book FEEL THE FEAR AND DO IT ANYWAY helped me and is still doing it very much. I can't say this book changed my life at once, but it defiantly made me stronger and gave me confidence and faith in myself and taught me that I had my own power over my life. I reread it every time I have a question and I always find an answer to it. I would like to thank Susan for what she was doing for people everywhere. I live in Moscow, but my problems were the same she and a lot of other had. Today DO IT ANYWAY is a motto of my life. And I will always remember who helped me to realize it.
Irina
Moscow, Russia
Thursday, December 13, 2012


What a loss and yet an amazing legacy to leave. You changed my life for the better Susan and I will remember you always for your inspirational words and the love that you have brought to the world. I will have a big hug for you when we finally meet some day xxx
Zak
Walsall England
Wednesday, December 12, 2012


As a writer, I can only dream of one day becoming as inspirational as Suzan xxx
Trish Bowden
uk
Wednesday, December 12, 2012


The book "FEEL THE FEAR AND DO IT ANYWAY" by Susan Jeffers made me stronger. I reread it again and again, it give me power and faith in myself. I'm grateful to this great woman!!!
Kate
Russia
Wednesday, December 12, 2012


I first read "Feel the Fear" in 2003, when I was going through a divorce and my business was also going bust. It was a very hard time for me, and I was sinking. A good friend left a copy of the book on my desk at work, and so I read it, pretty skeptical, thinking it would be full of corny self-help platitudes. In fact, it was a life saver. I fully believe that my ability to get through that very difficult time in my life was down to Susan's book, which made me believe "I can handle it". If ever times get rough for me, I return to it. I recently heard that she had died on a Radio 4 Obituaries programme, and I was filled with gratitude for how Susan for writing the book which had helped me so much. Thank you Susan, you were someone who changed my world for the better.
Rupert
Suffolk, England
Tuesday, December 11, 2012


Thanks to Susan I took the first steps towards dancing with life. I return to her often when I get a little lost again. Thank you Susan, with all my heart
Susan
Lincoln England
Tuesday, December 11, 2012


To Mark Shelmadine, children and family of Susan Jeffers

I only found out today with great shock that Susan has died. i would like to offer my sincere condolances to you. I must admit that it never occured to me that someone who had such passion and commitment to life and helping others would die before reaching old age. Her book 'feel the fear and do it anyway' was recommended to me by a nurse practioner over ten years ago to help me overcome anxiety in decision making - i was about to emigrate to Australia but was internally traumatised by the 'what ifs' and felt very depressed. her book gave me - like many others - such confidence and i practised her exercises, affirmations and 'tactics' regularly for a few years; and I always know when i need to go back to them for reminders and encouragement. I hope her practical, inspirational and psycologically sound guidance will continue for generations to come. From my heart to yours. Caro
caroline
VIC Australia
Tuesday, December 11, 2012


Hello.
I was so shocked to the email of the sad passing of Susan. In 2008 I went through a paralyzing divorce and sought advice from Susan. She very kindly responded and I printed her email and referred to it regularly. Susan helped me so much in that time with her wisdom. I have no more words express my deepest sympathy to her family, friends and readers for the loss of a great Woman. RIP Susan, may your light continue to shine in heaven. XXX
Lavinia Coetzee
Cape Town, South Africa
Monday, December 10, 2012


A wonderful person She helped me with Feel The Fear many years ago. Being as there is Eternal Life she will live forever God Bless you Susan
muriel
Manchester England
Monday, December 10, 2012


My sincere condolences to Susans family. I thank God for bringing Susan into my life. I was in a time of need, and emotional support. By the grace of God I found Susan. She has been my bright shining star. Her words are forever kind and inspirational. I can always turn to her affirmations to help pull me through a down time. I will be forever grateful for Susan. I will for ever Miss You
Wendy
Vancouber Canada
Sunday, December 9, 2012


Susan's writing is changing my life. My deepest condolences to her family and friends.
Marion
Sunday, December 9, 2012


i love u u changed my life rip
Anonymous
Saturday, December 8, 2012


Susan's books changed my life they helped me challenge my fears, changed
my outlook on life. When I was in the darkest place of my life embracing uncertainty helped me find my way out, I'm not sure whether I'd still be here today if I hadn't discovered her books. Thank you Susan
Rebecca
Saturday, December 8, 2012


I have only just found out about Susan passing away, and feel shocked and sadened. I bought Fear the fear and do it anyway many yours ago, and have several of her other books too. I really feel Susan is taking to me, and she make such good sense. I have a tape in my car also, by 'accident' i often switch from radio to the tape, and if you magic the message is so poinient to what is going on in my life at the moment, and I no longer believe it is an accident that the tape gets switched on but an angel bring Susan to me, when i most need it.
Anonymous
Saturday, December 8, 2012


Susan you will be missed.

Feel The Fear changed my life. I am about to start my dream job and the journey to this point started with the reading of your amazing book.

Go Well, with love

Jot
Jatinder Singh Seehra
United Kingdom
Saturday, December 8, 2012


I will always be so grateful for Susan Jeffers' books, especially "Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway" - through which I felt as if she took me by the hand and guided me into my own life. Her wisdom still rings in my ears whenever I feel fearful of life. "Thank you" is such a small word for such a precious gift.
Sarah Dickens-Seehra
Swansea, UK
Saturday, December 8, 2012


Thank you Susan. I am so grateful for the help you brought to my life. I will always remember you.
God Bless
Beata
Canada
Saturday, December 8, 2012


So sorry to hear of Susan's passing. I bought "Feal the Fear and do it anyway" some years ago and Susan came into my mind this morning so I decided to log onto her website for some inspiration. May Susan rest in peace.x
Anonymous
Saturday, December 8, 2012


Susan, Thank you for the hope, encouragement and belief you gave me at a very difficult time in my life and for the support your writings continue to give me. I am so sorry to read of your passing - May your gentle soul Sleep in Peace and may the Light and Love you brought into our lives continue to burn in our hearts for ever. Heartfelt Sympathy to your dear family. Thank you....Marese
Marese
Ireland
Saturday, December 8, 2012


Susan, you were not just beautiful but had a rich heart too. God has found good company.
Daniel
Nigeria
Saturday, December 8, 2012


We have been blessed to have known Susan and Mark and to have shared Susan's invaluable philosophies with thousands of people.

Susan's message lives on and ripples through the lives of the people she has positively influenced and through the, not to be underestimated, knock-on effect to their families, colleagues and friends.

We know that so many thousands of lives have been transformed, with pain turned into power and joy, through your wisdom Susan - God bless you.

Andy & Di xx
Andy & Di
Warwickshire
Thursday, December 6, 2012


You will be missed. Thanks for your wisdom. X
paul
hampshire UK
Tuesday, December 4, 2012


I have gained much insight from Susan's work especially Opening our hearts to men. I had the opportunity to meet Susan when she did a book tour in the UK ten years ago. I told her I believed she had a unique mission in this world to help people at this time. I'm so pleased that I got the chance to tell her. There was no celebrity about Susan just genuine humanity. Her work lives on to inspire. We can all learn from her example to live a meaningful life.
Paula
Paula
London UK
Tuesday, December 4, 2012


About 5 years ago i was off work with stress, I was so unhappy in my job, relationship and gave up and hid away. After a week I googled self help books... Feel the Fear was top of the list, the reviews encouraging I ordered straight away.

I read the book cover to cover, it changed me forever, i felt empowered to go back to work because whatever happened, I could handle it. I went back to work and told the director i was unhappy, he offered me my pick of 3 different roles.

Had I not read that book, I wouldn't have looked in the mirror and taken ownership of my life.

Susan Jeffers taught me and many this,I have shared her book many times when friends and acquaintances have been going through tough times.

She was amazing and I am genuinely saddened to find an email informing of her passing. I am truly eternally grateful, I re-read her messages through her books often to keep me on track.

God Bless...
Sarah
Manchester, England
Tuesday, December 4, 2012


Such sad and shocking news. A wonderfully inspirational lady whose wise words have guided me through some dark times and whose inspiration led me to some truly wonderful times. Susan Jeffers you truly were a gift to this world.xxx
Shell
Tuesday, December 4, 2012


The last 3 months have undoubtedly been some if not the most challenging of my life, yet inspirational.
During this time I turned to Susan's book, "Feel the fear and do it anyway.
The book has been a comfort, an inspiration and a profoundly enriching experience which had aided my journey.
After having only just finished the book I was made aware of this remarkable woman's passing.
Susan, although time didn't allow me to thank you in person, I know you're very much with us in spirit. God bless you and your family and warm heartfelt love to you and them.
See you on the the other side.
David
UK
Tuesday, December 4, 2012


2Years ago i found feel the fear and have never looked back. susan you will be missed x
gary
derbyshire uk
Tuesday, December 4, 2012


First, my condolences and prayers to her family. I was deeply saddened by the news. I'm sure you are well aware the effect she has had on the world, and should be proud to be part of, and connected to someone like her and such a wonderful movement. She has helped me, my mother, co workers etc.. Whenever life goes pear shaped, I consult her books, like my self help bible! I will continue to do so. Her works have helped me more than any other. She speaks to peoples lives and hearts. She gets to the root of the best part of ourselves. I am sure her family knows how important her work was/IS and plan to continue to help others, in her memory. The world needs it! :)
My heart goes out to you all.
Lisa
Canada
Monday, December 3, 2012


I am very sad to hear of this news. Susan's book 'Feel the Fear and do it anyway' helped me to come through a very difficult time in my life and I re-read it every time I need a boost. I was lucky enough to meet Susan in London 6 or 7 years ago when she was doing a tour to promote one of her books. Her talk was delayed starting due to the number of people who wanted to give her a hug and thank her for her inspirational words. I think this is testament to how well loved and admired she was and how much she will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
Claire
York, United Kingdom
Monday, December 3, 2012


je suis consterné par la nouvelle de la mort de Susan Jeffers
que dieu ait son âme
mes condoléances attristées à ses enfants et ses proches
MEZIANE
Monday, December 3, 2012


Susan, i sorry and sad when i heard of your dead, may God grant you perfect rest. Your works was so encouraging and motivational.
Blessing Peter
Nigeria
Monday, December 3, 2012


Susan Jeffers, may your gentle soul rest in peace.I will live to remember your advice and encouragement mostly in relationship. Our Heavenly father will transfer your sound wisdom/understanding to your children or grandchildren. you are one in a million.You are gone for ever but your books shall live for ever. Rest in Peace once again amen.
Loveth
Nigeria
Monday, December 3, 2012


Susan Jeffers helped me a great deal during a VERY difficult emotional period in my life. I am incredibly grateful for her work and suggest her writings to every person I can.
Alan
Monday, December 3, 2012


the saying feel the fear and do it anyway is on the wall in my house to remind me that fear is not in control of my life anymore. Susan's book was used as part of the curriculum in a life skills and career education course.That book helped me see through the fear and showed me how much power I had given away and time I had lost due to fear. I am now in university in my second year because fear does not run my life anymore.I am honoured to have the benefit of Susan's work helping me in my life. Whenever i feel anxious and want to run or hide, i think to myself, 'FEEL THE FEAR AND DO IT ANYWAY'
Cheryl Robertson
Kamloops, B, Canada
Monday, December 3, 2012


Susan Jeffers' book changed the way I think about fear. A treasure for anyone who reads it. Thank you for all you did Susan.
Shannon
Sunday, December 2, 2012


I am shocked and saddened to read of the passing of this wonderful and inspirational lady. Susan's book 'Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway' found me at a time when my life was in great turmoil and helped me to get on with life and still supports me today. I have just read through many of the tributes posted and am not surprised at how far her messages of love, courage and peace have travelled and how many lives she has touched. I thank God for her presence in our lives and know that her legacy will continue to change lives.
My deepest condolences to her family. Susan, may you rest in peace and may your star shine more brightly than ever before :)
Maureen
Brisbane, Australia
Sunday, December 2, 2012


What a great human being and role model for women and men Susan has been in the ways she lived her life with courage, conviction and dignity. I always loved her writing "voice" which was so true to her own self, and therefore so real and meaningful for her readers.

Susan did not pretend to have all the answers; she did not pretend to have achieved perfection in her knowledge and life journey. She admitted that she was fallible and how she learned from the things that had gone right and other events that shaped her such as divorce and breast cancer.

Her courage and her optimism and positive nature will remain with me through the rest of my life and so many others. We can turn to our bookselves and re-read her books and draw personal courage and optimism to go on living.

Susan's passing is very sad and a great loss to her family, her followers and loyal readers.

To Mark and Susan's children and step-children, my deepest sympathy and may you be sustained and renewed as you grieve for loss ofthe wonderful and warm woman you knew best. We will continue to keep her spirit and her love with us.
Lynne Lloyd
Sunshine Coast, Q'land, AU
Sunday, December 2, 2012


The passing of Susan Jeffers is still hard to believe. She impacted my life in such a significant way. I ordered, "Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway" during a very dark place in my life and that book provided so much hope. Thank you Susan! My thoughts and prayers are with the family of Susan Jeffers.
Christina
Washington, DC
Sunday, December 2, 2012


Sad to know she passed away.. i recently bought her book "feel the fear and do it anyway ".. I'm still reading the book and her words are really great source of inspiration .. god bless her soul
fatima
Sunday, December 2, 2012


Wise words that made a huge difference in my life... Feel the fear and do it anyway had an impact ... played a huge part in turning my life around when it had come crashing down many years ago,,, thank you Susan and may God's peace be with your loved ones ...
Anita
United Arab Emirates
Sunday, December 2, 2012


Really sorry to hear of Susans passing and wish to say how grateful I am to her for her book
Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway - it has been an
inspiration to me during the past years of the most difficult time of my life....... I have
certainly been so inspired by her positivity and
encouragement to move on and that La Vita e Bella
Thank you thank you and my sympathy to her family on their sad loss........
angela
dublin ireland
Sunday, December 2, 2012


Susan thank you so much, you came into my life like an instant angel and your books, affirmations and ideas both helped and touched me. May you be in peace wherever you are and my thoughts are with your family. xxx
Anonymous
Scotland
Sunday, December 2, 2012


I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Susan was a very special woman. You were lucky to have had her energy in your lives.

My thoughts are with you all.
Anonymous
Sunday, December 2, 2012


I am so sad to hear on Hay Houses email page that Susan has passed away. I have only most recently in the last few years come across her wonderful books. I had been dealing with illness for many years and fear has been a big part of my life. The book feel the fear and do it anyway was the start of turning things slowly around for me. It was of great help that I have gone out and brought more of Susan's books. I am so grateful for the help Susan's book brought to my life and to this day I use that phrase, 'Feel the fear and do it anyway' as I continue to move forward. Thank you for the gifts of your books. Sending love to your family at this time. Nicole
Nicole
Sunday, December 2, 2012


I will only repeat what was already said many times, I will do it anyway. Dear Susan, long time ago you changed my life. Feel the fear ... book became a launching pad for my life. Big thanks and Gratitude. Through all of your readers your life goes on.
Zibby
Czech Republic
Saturday, December 1, 2012


I'm so very sorry to hear about Susan's passing. What a beautiful, wonderful woman! Years ago I read her book 'Feel the Fear and do it Anyway'. This book forever changed my life as I know it did for countless others. I know you are going to dearly miss her but you have a treasure chest of wonderful, unforgetable memories that will sustain you. God has blessed Susan with incredible gifts and how thankful we all are that she shared these gifts with the world. God bless Susan's family and friends through this difficult time. How blessed you all are to have Susan in your lives. Jean
Jean
Eau Claire WI
Saturday, December 1, 2012


just sad. her books are ageless and timeless rest in peace
Anonymous
Saturday, December 1, 2012


I felt very sad when I've the knowledge that Mrs Susan Jeffers passed away.
My sincere condolences to her Family.
Be in peace, Susana!

Bonifacio Ricardo Jose
Bonifacio Ricardo Jose
Saturday, December 1, 2012


Feel the fear was one f the first self help books I read and those words put me on my healing journey. Susan you will be missed.
Jen
Australia
Saturday, December 1, 2012


Thank you for your inspiring and empowering message. Your light will continue to shine
Chiara
London
Saturday, December 1, 2012


Susan changed my life with her book, " Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway". I'm so sad that we have lost such a great woman. Thank you Susan for sharing your knowledge and helping me change my life!
Stephanie
Los Angeles
Saturday, December 1, 2012


Dear Susan,

We love you and you shall always be remembered with utmost fondness by all of us.

Debanjan
Kolkata, India
Debanjan Roy
Kolkata
Friday, November 30, 2012


This past summer I listened to Feel The Fear CD and did the meditation repeatedly and daily. In October, I had started to listen to her CD's on Confidence, Peace, and Creating Love with much recognition that my lower self ruled the roost and grateful for the opportunity to change it. It was with great grief that I heard of Susan's passing and realizes that I had started listening to the new CD's the week she died. I couldn't listen to the CD's for a few weeks as I felt as if I had lost one of my best friends. Now, however, I have been able to listen to them again and feel as if she is speaking to me from her even higher self. The background music is so ethereal. Surely, she was and is an angel...Please let us know of the fruits that she revealed her final days and may it comfort her family and friends to know we all marvel and grieve with you as we continue to comprehend God's gracious gift to us of this saintly woman.
Maria
Sacramento, California
Friday, November 30, 2012


I am truly saddened today to learn of Susan's passing. I feel blessed to have heard her speak and meet her in person in Melbourne. Such a wonderful and inspiring woman. I am so very grateful for the courage and impact her amazing book Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway gave me. My thoughts are with her loved ones and friends.
Anndrea
Australia
Friday, November 30, 2012


I have listened to your CD hundreds of times. Your message is more powerful when I am under stress. Thank you Susan! God bless you!
Anonymous
Friday, November 30, 2012


Growing up I had very little self confidence so everything became a challenge. Reading Susan's book helped me to see I wasn't alone in being afraid of things and that there was a way to overcome all that. I think she would be proud that I have come so far....celebrating my last birthday my riding in an Indy style race car for three laps at 175mph! Thanks Susan. Enjoy the rest of your journey.
Julie
Nevada
Friday, November 30, 2012


My deepest sympathies to her family.
Her book, Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway still influences my life. I have used it with my students, my clients, my family and friends.
What a great loss to us! I know her legacy will live on and that will help me. May she rest in peace!
Bride
Newfoundland, Canada
Friday, November 30, 2012


I read with great sadness that Susan had died. Her book 'feel the fear' was given to me at a difficult time in my life. I often pick it up when I need it. Without doubt reading that book helped me to go from a single mum in an average role to a company director in a very male dominated industry, providing my sons and I with a good standard of living. I have had some amazing experiences as a result of my adopted attitude of feeling the fear. I just wanted to say thank you. We will miss you xxx
Susie
UK
Friday, November 30, 2012


So sad to hear the news about Susan. Deepest sympathy to her family and friends. She was the 'real deal'. A friend suggested her work to me years ago and I was hooked from the first encounter. I always stopped what I was doing to read her Newsletter. It felt like having a gentle talk from a kind Aunt. So warm and personal. What a gift. God bless her and everyone who follows her. Her work lives on in all of us x
Damon Stanton
London
Friday, November 30, 2012


I was introduced to Susan's books years ago & learned a great deal from her insight. I knew she had cancer but it never seemed to stop her from doing what she loved- helping others!
My prayers are with her and family& others! You will be missed by many!!!!
Desiree Mills
United States
Friday, November 30, 2012


Susan`s book "Feel the fear and do it anyway " has give me the courage and the strenght many years ago when I have lost almost all of my family due to a cancer illness.Since then , I often read it and I`m proud because a book is worn off meaning that she had a history .I`m also proud that I`ve had an opportunity to meet this wonderfull woman , even just by reading her book. May God give you all the grace on the better pace dear Susan
Alexander
Belgrade , Serbia
Friday, November 30, 2012


I was sad to hear of the death of Susan Jeffers. I have turned to 'Feel the Fear' throughout the last fifteen years of my recovery from co-dependency and it has been there when I needed to remind myself of the power of gratitude and positive affirmations. The wisdom contained within the book will live on as a gift to the world. I am grateful to my counsellor who recommended that I read it.
Mandy
Hampshire UK
Friday, November 30, 2012




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