I don't see them under My tab, and I don't see them under the Unanswered tab either.
Now that the forum has been split in two, there are two venues to look for your posts - this forum and the other one.
Susana S is quite right.
Assuming you Follow all the Forum threads you start, you should also be able to find Discussions you start in this section of My Account: http://hubpages.com/my/activity/forum-topics-following
Hope that helps!
Also, if you start a thread, you can find it on your profile page under the Forums tab.
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