I am a new hubber and loving every moment!
I would like some advice with regards to appropriately categorising the topic of an article I am writing.
It's about the power of listening - in all types of situations - not just intimate relationships, nor employment situations.
It will have an example of a situation I was in with a prison inmate who told me he would have committed suicide had I not been able to listen well to him.
So it doesn't fit with business/employment - which most 'how to listen' articles seem to be found in.
It certainly isn't a grief/suicide/bereavement article.
The other places I have found articles like this is in relationships - but my article is not geared to romantic realtionships (obviously!).
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
Perhaps under the Friendship subcategory of Gender and Relationships?
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