When I read the topic for this week's hubmob, a rush of emotions ran through me. Men the opposite sex! There's so much material here that it would take us a hub a day for the rest of the year to do it justice. However we only have one week, so let's... read more
Raising boys as a single woman can be challenging. Who will they "mirror" to develop their unique maleness, who will they model for relationships? These are concerns to be overcome when raising boys to men alone so the circle of life can continue. read more
knowledge is power; if you know the truth about men you might even be able to work those ugly traits to your advantage. read more
Who are TV's sexiest men? It is not hard to understand why the guys on this list have the "it" factor. Patrick Demsepsy could be my all time favorite piece of guy candy. Jon Hamm as Mr, Donald Draper reeks of sexy. Check this lineup of TV hottest most sexy leading men of TV. read more
Having a gay best friend may be trendy, but my Gay BFF, Scott, is awesome. I'm lucky to have him as my GBF. read more
Women find men in uniform virtually irresistible. Why is that? Have you ever stopped to ask yourself why? What is it about a sharp-dressed man that makes a grown woman weak in the knees? Why does an otherwise articulate woman suddenly feel she has a... read more
For this week's topic "Men" one video says it all:
Enjoy, have a good laugh.
Story of young Polynesian boy who was born on a tiny island and has become a great family man. Tongan man became educated and is able to take care of family. read more
Here's another I wrote earlier - not sure if we can add two.
We all can take a moment or two to look at the lives of those we loved and lost, to see the lessons they gave us. Here are few from a widower that may help you. read more
He shaved EVERYTHING but I LOVE hairy men:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Guys-You-Really … ther-South
many men is the title of this weeks hubmob - I cannot find the question but have worked half way through a hub formed from this box on Monday.
here's to Many Men!
Contrary to the popular belief that men are insensitive, they don’t listen, jerk, self centered or you name it bad attitudes, they are not like that at all only if you understand where they are coming from.
Men are not from Mars afterall
Yes,... read more
Used to be that the man of the house went out and worked. He brought in the money, paid the bills, bought the groceries and the diapers.More and more these days the woman is the professional and often times brings more income into the household than... read more
I first met Jon in college and we're now going on 10 years of marriage. Here are some secrets for a happy marriage and our story of how we've had a happy, long marriage. read more
More than himself, a Father would like his children have more opportunities, face just a few difficulties, more independent and (but) always need his presence. Daddy only ask you to do the work you like. Daddy let you win the game when you were... read more
Commitment issues can be based on things that are overlooked. This discussion of personal experience adds some clarity. read more
Funny, I just got done writing a Hub which relates to this not knowing what this weeks HubMob theme was. At any rate, here it is!
Why mad about men? Everyone has at least one man in their lives. Could be a father, brother, husband, son...you get the idea.
This week's HubMob is a tribute to men. These hubs will shine a light on their strengths, their foibles and more. read more
International Men’s Day was first celebrated in Trinidad and Tobago on 19 November 1999 and was supported by the United Nations.
International Men's Day was conceived and coordinated by Dr. Jerome Teelucksingh from the University of West Indies at the Families in Action headquarters in Newtown, Port of Spain.Today this very special day is recognized and supported by men's groups in America, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Caribbean. read more
Everyone likes to be pampered on occasion. Men going into a Hair Salon is not old school. Men are the most loyal of clientele in my chair. I salute them because they in general are most courteous and loyal fans. read more
My uncle Sid Robin was a well-known big band musician who wrote the jazz standard Undecided. He was also in the musical This Is The Army. Here is my story of Sid Robin. read more
A look at Shaun Wright-Phillips, the adopted son of Ian Wright. Ian has made a star out of his son, giving him full support and encouragement. Also, details of the match b/w England and Brazil in November - in which Shaun Wright Phillips also played.
14 November 09 read more
Drive him wild and get him completely crazy with this easy phrases read more
"Honor your father and your mother, that you may live long in the land." Our culture is barren of honor. We have no idea what it means to honor another person, much less do we seek to honor those who deserve it, and even less do we come close to... read more
In a rephrasing of an old Tammy Wyennette song "I stand by my man". Many women bash their husbands but I can't/don't. Why? Because he has been so supportive of me. In 1945 I went back to school to become and addictions counselor. It took six years of me working full time and going to school full time to reach my goal. Now I am a LCSW working in an addictions treatment program. When I returned to school my husband who was retired and unable to find work became the house husband. He cooks, cleans, does the laundry, mows the lawn, maintains the cars. Because my current job has me work at both lunch and supper he packs them for me every day. He also helps keep all of our electronic gadgets working. So no ladies I can't say anything bad about my husband and never enough good.
I had just finished one I wrote earlier about 2 men that mean so much to me! Here goes:
My father raised my sister and me to be God-fearing women with high moral standards. He became an ordained minister when I was just a little girl, and he guided me toward Jesus Christ and His offer of everlasting life. The way my father did that was by being a living example of the qualities he taught me. Patience, love, hope, perseverance . . . you know, all the great qualities we all admire. At the age of seven, I understood the sacrifice Jesus made for me and wanted to join His family. My father was right there to help me know the words to say in the prayer of salvation. He's been there for me when I struggled to understand things about the Bible or about life in general. He's been my earthly rock as Jesus has been my heavenly one. My father has been a great role model for me, and I love him very much. He always had high expectations for me to try to reach, and strive for those goals I did. I have turned out to be a woman with high expectations in life and high moral standards that I live out daily in my life. My father taught me to be a living example of God's love toward those around me, and that is one lesson I will never forget. God bless you, each and every one who reads this!
~ Andrea Cox
I missed the boat by a whole solstice. I thought this was the one for this week. Oh well, here's mine: http://hubpages.com/hub/Reaching-Manhoo … nce-of-Men
The sky wasn't looking so promising. It was pouring rain like all heaven was about to fall over my head. I heard lightening and thunder all over the place yet i was determined to walk straight up to him and just get it all over. I mean i have been... read more
Ah men, we love them. But do we have to love their mother too?
Be careful how you answer that or at least don’t answer it with him in earshot. read more
My husband is my rock! Being a VP of a company and traveling about once a week a month. He truly is my saving grace. He takes care of our son, and makes our house a better place to come home to. He is amazing - I pray that everyone can find someone like him.
My husband is my heart. I wasn't sure how solid our marriage was until I was diagnosed with breast cancer 2 years ago. He has definitely seen the worst of me and I believe he loves me even more. Tears still come to his eyes when he talks about my treatment. He has held my hand and walked the floor with me, he has taken me to every doctor's appointment and sang to me when I couldn't stop crying. He makes me laugh when I'm too serious and affirms our love each day of our lives. I've never known anyone else like him and probably never will. He is truly one in a million.
My husband is a wonderful man. Even though he has been through great trials, which you’d expect a person to not to cope with and not even continue on in a healthy existence, he has. Not only does he have a healthy existence, he excels at it. read more
I think telling my husband that he is sexy, I love him, appreciate him and that he is a very good man is important. I also tell him that I love being his wife and that I am glad he is my husband. I know he won't tell me that I am boosting his ego but I know these comments help.
I have been very blessed with the honor of raising three sons over the last 25 years. Luckily they have all grown to be very confident and respectful young men, Robert, David & Matthew. Just yesterday they were all little boys. I blinked and they... read more
I wrote a lengthy Hub on this. I hope you all find it interesting.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Wounds-that-hea … ans-battle
Thank you for reading.
by Wendy Iturrizaga 13 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic: Easter
by Wendy Iturrizaga 11 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic: The return of the Health Hubs
by Ryan Hupfer 14 years ago
Whether you have a green thumb or not, getting in touch with your inner gardening-freak is never a bad thing and we've decided to touch on it today with this week's HubMob topic of Green Thumb Hubbers: Landscaping, gardening and loving your yard. I have put some research into seeing what are great...
by Ryan Hupfer 14 years ago
This week's HubMob has taken more of a consumer, money-spending, self-indulgent shift, which is totally OK with me. You see, this week's HubMob Topic of Products, Products And More Products! Hub about a product that you love or that other people love is designed to appeal to that inner mall-loving,...
by Leandraluv 12 years ago
I read about the HubMob weekly topic? Please point me in the right direction.
by Wendy Iturrizaga 7 years ago
Good morning everyone. To start this week I want to thank all the HubMobsters who took part in last week's Hubmob. It was a difficult topic but we managed a total of 47 published hubs on Domestic Violence. I noticed that for some HubMobsters it was a therapeutic week where...
Copyright © 2022 Maven Media Brands, LLC and respective content providers on this website. HubPages® is a registered trademark of Maven Coalition, Inc. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. Maven Media Brands, LLC and respective content providers to this website may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website.
|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|