So, I'm working on this hub titled "Finding the Love of Your Life Through Natural Selection." It's not published yet. It's basically about inbreeding and how my little girls are inbred a few times over, and how my husband and I didn't even know we were related until after we were married and producing babies (it's distantly - we're 8th cousins, once removed, but still - we have a common ancestor).
Anyway, I'm struggling with how to categorize this. It's not really an educational hub because I'm only going to touch on the surface of the science stuff. I don't know that much about it.
It's not a dating hub, although I do mention that slightly.
It's not a genealogy hub, although I'm wondering if maybe I should slant it more that way. It seems like it might fit best in that category.
And, does it even matter how I categorize it?
Thanks in advance!
Here is one idea....not exactly sure about it though.
Gender and Relationships → Relationship Problems and Advice → Culture Clashes
Here is another....again, not sure about it.
Gender and Relationships → Marriage → Unconventional Marriages
Hi, Cagsil. Thanks for the suggestions. Not really sure those would work, though. I decided to just put it under Education --- Genetics. It seemed like the suggested related hubs fit what I was trying to say pretty well - although it was starting out more like a genealogy hub in the beginning. I'll post a link to it as soon as I publish it, and maybe you can give it a look and tell me what you think?
Here's the finished product.
http://hubpages.com/hub/FindingtheLoveo … lSelection
I've read your hub and left you a comment. It was an interesting read to say the least. As for the category/placement, I wasn't looking it from an educational standpoint. I was looking at it from a relationship standpoint, considering that is how the hub starts out and you made mention of your marriage, and relations to one another.
However, they were only suggestions.
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