What was that question asked by your child?
What is the most difficult question your child asked you one day and you had to divert her attention because in your opinion, she was not mature enough for a direct answer?
My son is adopted. He has always known that, However, one day he asked why his birth parents gave him away.. We wanted to think about that answer for awhile before telling him. We told him the truth, she was not able to take care of him, but there were other factors that he needed to be a little older to understand.
by JourneyHolm 2 years ago
Help with a Hub: A question about God's omniscience and omnibenevolence.I'm writing a hub about the following question and other perspectives would be very helpful:If God is omniscient (all-knowing) and omnibenevolent (all-loving), then why does He create souls that he knows will burn in Hell? To...
by regina s 8 years ago
How do you reply back to people who answered your question asked?I posed a question and got great answers...wanted to comment back to the people who answered but am having trouble figuring out how! I am not the most computer literate person...still get confused on facebook! ...
by Trsmd 7 years ago
Maddie Rudd asked a question in Hubpages 42 years ago !!!!http://hubpages.com/question/1274/exerc … teoporosisSee the link next to question.. How?
by Zombie Chick 10 years ago
How would you let the person you like know that you liked him/her?How would you tell that person? What if that person was seeing someone else? How do you tell him/her without being embarrassed?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago
What are the TEN components of mature and conscientious parenting?
by spbarton21 7 years ago
Do you think the drinking age should be lowered to 18?Should the drinking age be lowered from 21 to 18? If an 18 year old is allowed to vote should they not be allowed all the freedoms we have in our nation? Is it fair that states can reduce the drinking age but will lose federal funding for their...
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