Would a topic about the loss of a child, no matter the age be a good topic to blog about?
I know I've gotten through a LOT simply from others that feel the same feelings I do. I was just curious if it would be an interesting, beautiful, useful, & informative topic as far as the grief process and an all around way to discuss the stages of grief and how it differs for each parent??
I think it can be yes. Sad and very emotional, but I think it can help parents yes.
by TinaAtHome 8 years ago
Is the topic of online surveys a banned topic on HubPages ?and where can I find a list of banned topics?
by katdiaz2011 7 years ago
Does the gap in age between your kids matter when it comes to sibling rivalry?Is it better to have them closer in age or not?
by applesnapple 8 years ago
Do you think that age matters in a relationship?I'm dating a guy who's three ages older. Since I'm still very young I get widely varied opinions about it. I don't think it's too important but what
by Karen Wilton 8 years ago
Writing has always been my way of talking when no-one is listening so finding HubPages is as good as picking up the phone and knowing there is someone on the other end of the line.My problem is that I have so much to write about I don't know what my niche is or if I even want one. What do you think...
by ngureco 9 years ago
Should It Matter If The Drinking Age Is Lowered From 21 To 18?
by Simon Cook 7 years ago
Ron Paul will be 77 if he wins the Presedential Election (assuming he gets the Republican's nod) - will this be an issue? The job is a very difficult one for a young man in his prime, what will it do to Ron Paul?I'm not commenting on his ability to rule - I just wonder what an 81 year old Paul will...
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