Archives For Feelings

Sister, Brother

Without you little brother

What would I do?

Who would I sit with when I’m blue?

Who would I watch our favorite shows with?

Whose toys would I play with than destroy?

Who would I be jealous of?

Without you big sister

How would I fill my day?

No one to fight with

No one to hug

No one to laugh with then cry to

No one to tell me that all is OK

Sister, Brother we are as one

No one can break this bond

Copyright 1998 Felina Silver, “Sister, Brother©”

In the New Year

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In the New Year

I’ll be stronger

I won’t let anyone steal my thunder

I won’t let people step on my feelings

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In the New Year

I will learn to say no when I need to

I will say yes when I want to

I will give when I’m ready

and I’ll take when I’m ready

I’ll leave when I’m done

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In the New Year

I’ll be stronger

I’ll stand taller

I’ll fight harder

I’ll learn to take care of “me”

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In the New Year

I’ll get to know you better

So that maybe I can love you better

I’ll sport a smile more often

I’ll even make an attempt to laugh at more of your jokes.

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In the New Year

was written by

Felina Silver Robinson on 12/26/13© Continue Reading…

The Story of my life


I sit here with my head in my lap

Rocking to and fro

Trembling in fear

As to how you will see me

I’m due to read before you

The story of my life

I’m not sure how you will judge me

I wonder if I should care

I’ve been ostracized my entire life

No one has truly seen where I’ve been or how far I’ve come

My trials and tribulations are a part of me

But they don’t define me

My actions define me

The person I’ve become is remarkable considering all that’s happened

I watch so many others lose themselves

Never to break out of their shell

Fearing a lack of acceptance

Fearing that there is no place for them

Fearing their own demise

Fearing all that is before them

Leaves no place to go

Nothing to see

And no one to know

I straighten out my legs

I stand tall

I wash my face

Clear my throat

And I’m on my way

To share with you

The story of my life


The Story of my life

Was written by

Felina Silver Robinson on December 21, 2013

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My biggest regret is not having the strength to convince the adults in my life about the bad things that happened to me that ultimately shaped the way my life turned out. While that is my regret, I most certainly don’t regret the steps that I have taken along the way that have made me who I am now and gave me 6 beautiful children. Life is full of choices and sometimes we have control over our choices and sometimes the choices are made for us.

Here are the results of a survey that was taken about other people’s most common regrets. I’m curious about whether or not most of you reading this share any of the same regrets. Who love to here yours, especially if they differ.

11 of the Most Common Regrets


Personally, when I’m angry about something, I immediately talk about it with whomever is affected or involved. Holding onto the feelings ends up hurting everyone in your path until you can process all of your feelings. It is important to resolve all situations without delay so they fester within you. I’ve also found that writing about what you are feeling helps, because you are able to look back over what you have written and address each issue. You can pick apart what made you feel the way you did and whether or nog those feelings should have occurred. Then you can figure out what you can do to help stop the situation from occurring again. Going for a walk, exercising and cleaning also help me work through whatever ails me.

Here you will find several articles on anger and aggression. I hope you can take what you need from them to make your battle with anger more manageable. Good luck!

Screw you! The psychology of anger and aggression

Can Food Make You Angry?

What to Do When You’ve Made Someone Angry