I have a question regarding the deletion of hubs. I published one last night regarding the alarming rate of suicides in the military and some of the appalling ways some of the brass has dealt with the mentally ill.
My approach to this piece was to point out some of the negative aspects found in the military, not to hurt people who are suffering.
It is difficult to 'come out' to you guys, but I'm afraid I need some objectivity.
You're quite welcome. I think it is an important issue that shouldn't be swept under the rug.
You better not delete it woman! that is a good hub sad and scary but a good hub
It is a very good hub, dear, why delete it.It s something the public needs to be more aware of and educated on.
TY for writing it
Thank you, everyone, I decided to leave the Hub published. Your support and questions have been invaluable. My questions were essentially about the sensitivity of the topic in the wake of the shootings at Ft. Hood.
I do feel strongly about the orange vests in particular, and suspect there may be many more humiliating practices going on within the military.
I thank you all once again!
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