How to have better understanding about pregnant wife?
Try caring 10 pound ball in your Tshirt for a day. Do everything while having the ball with you at all times, going to toilet, lifting objects from the floor, folding laundry. Wake up three to four times to pee in the night, then imagine positioning yourself in the bed still with the ball...
by hawnnurse1225 9 years ago
Is there a football book that I could get to get a better understanding about the plays in general.
by minxibell 7 years ago
Should he be divorced by now?been seeing Mr non Committal for over 3 years we lived together for over a year but he moved out last year & in to his parents but we see each other all the time. but his still not divorced after being separated from his wife for 4 years. when we first started...
by hubchief - pen name 9 years ago
This is great forum. I am parent of a 5 year old and I would like to learn from all parents on the hub.What is that one mistake we remember that affected our children negatively. What would you advice to avoid from your experience?
by healthyrich2011 6 years ago
I'm newbie and I've read all in learning center. I just would like to ensure that I'm get the right understanding.I activate all program in the Hub earning and will include amazon and ebay capsules in my hubs.- Amazon will pay me directly to my amazon account, Hubpages will not do anything with my...
by cooldad 7 years ago
My mother was raised in the deep south, very Baptist, very racist, very "godly".I've always struggled with telling her that I"m an atheist, but haven't done it yet. I fear it would crush her. Any thoughts?
by Billie Kelpin 5 years ago
Do minorities have a better understanding of what "owing to the man" means than others?I've noticed recently that older individuals, people of color, and groups that have been oppressed seem to understand the concept and dangers of "owing to the man" while a majority of people...
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