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Pressured Into Bad Behavior©

Copyright 2015

By Felina Silver Robinson


Knowing the difference between right and wrong is

something we were taught as children

Pressure from those we look up to or admire

Is difficult in itself

But then to watch them make poor choices

Can be hard to fight through and make sense of

But you must realize that

Those pressuring you don’t have to pay the price

For those that they pressure into following through

On their bad behavior

Is your freedom worth the price of the relationship you

With those who are pressuring you?

I don’t think so

I’m sure they won’t visit you in your 4×4 cell!

Think about the life you will miss for the poor choices you made

Hold onto the right that you know

Don’t let others take away your sensibility

By Felina Silver Robinson

It is sad what our society has done to men. That fathers have left their sons with an inability to show emotion for fear that they may not appear to be strong. Let me be fair to state that this is not necessarily today’s men, but definitely men of the late 50s and those before them. In today’s age we have to live life with feeling and compassion. There is so much going on where we must have the verbal ability to comfort those in need when the time warrants it. Unfortunately, not all people seem to be equipped with that ability. Let me be clear in that there is a difference in a person that is just angry at the world or that just doesn’t want or like being around others and the difference between a person who just has a severe lack of communication skills because they never learned them as a child. It is clearly the parents responsibility to start the communication piece in their children, and the sooner they start the process, the better off everyone will be. Parents can’t assume that a child will be able to learn such skills on their own. Leaving them without them can be harmful to their adult relationships, especially their marriages.I have hope for all of us men, women and children. It’s ok to feel and it’s more than ok to talk about what your feeling. Together, we can all be strong communicators.

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