If a problem is defined as personal who are employed to cope with the problem?
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Love is the source of every sollution that every human being can ever find answers to their mager question.. there fore the sollution to hiv/aids would be to eulogise people to get them selves involve to denominations such as churches that specialises under the anointing of healing,miracles etc. th…e objective example that is operating in this ministry and is well known is Poster Chris, Benny Hinn Ministries. that helps so much in boosting the economic from spending too much on social problems when people are being encouraged to also consider and make use of the help of the creator him self.. when it comes to unemployment people should be ecouraged in getting them selves educated. they could either be encouraged to take special courses that will introduce them to the field of independency by establishing their own businesses that will at the end create jobs. the gorvenment should also provide caurses that will accommodate those that are financially disabled in communities (MORE)
Many people can not afford health insurance, so health is a big concern for them. Think. Do you go to the doctor and only have to pay, say $20? People without insurance might have to pay $100 for the exact same trip. For those people without health insurance, they usually don't have enough money any…way. So, that trip to the doctor could cost a week's (or a month's) pay. (MORE)
If you are currently unemployed then get a job. Or consider taking up a second job. Cut down on your spending habits and do not charge things to a credit card that you know you can not afford.
First of all, you can't "change", so don't waste time strugglingwith that. If you can accept yourself as gay, coping with thesocial problems gets a lot easier. The social problems are very different for kids and adults. Thereare support groups for both, but those for young people may be hardto find… in smaller communities. The problems are a lot easier todeal with in you have a friend or two to talk with. And sometimes,the best friend may not even be gay. You are more than your sex life. You want to be the kind of personpeople respect outside of the bedroom: honest, courteous, helpful,a "stand-up guy" (do people still use that phrase?) -- that sort ofthing. You want to know facts about being gay. And chances are, a lot ofwhat you think you know is wrong. Read up on it. Get involved withgay rights advocacy groups and social groups. When people who knowless than you do start spouting off, counter with facts. If youdon't know the answer, find out. (Don't put yourself at risk, ofcourse -- use common sense.) Most important: keep reminding yourself that you have a right toBe, and to Be Who You Are. (MORE)
A personal problem is a problem that pertains to yourself and doesnot involve others. The term "personal problem" is often useddismissively to mean "it's not my problem".
Any kind of immoral (bad) activities seen in our society that hamper in the development of a country is called social problems
Each geographical area (such as cities or countries) has its ownpopulation capacity. When that capacity is exceeded it is calledoverpopulation which is a population problem. The problem is thatthere are more humans than there are resources and it causes andisruption in the quality of life.
Yes, because it is your problem if you don't have a job. it is personal, but it is also greater than that in the sense that if too many people are unemployed, whole economies may collapse
First, we need to pray to Jehovah, the God of the Bible to help you. (Psalms 83:18; 1 Thessalonians 5:17) The Bible refers to Him as the "God of all comfort" at 2 Corinthians 1:3.. A Bible study which is conducted at no charge at a time and a place that is convenient for you can be arranged. Follow… this web address (https://watch002.securesites.net/contact/submit.htm) to request a free Bible study, and soon a qualified teacher of the Bible will call on you to help you find the God of all comfort who will help you cope with whatever problems you are facing. (MORE)
Answer As per the Oxford Dictionary the vision is: *N 1. the faculty or state of being able to see 2. the ability to think about or plan the future with imagination or wisdom - a mental image of what the future will or could be like 3. an experience of seeing something in a dream or trance, or as… a supernatural apparition. - a person or sight of unusual beauty. *V imagine, envision (MORE)
Multiple ways of solving the water problem in insects: a) Coatings - waxes, oils, lacquers = lipids b) Habitat selection - living in a more moist environment c) respiration - living in dry environment = get water from food
In True Christianity we find God reaching man through His Son Jesus, bearing the punishment for our sins on the cross. Religion can be seen as man's attempt, by his own efforts and righteous acts, to reach God. Religion cannot save. A relationship with Jesus Christ can.
Go to google and type in Chronic Sinus Problem. There is a TON of info there.
It solves the problem through practical means, therefore it takes a much shorter time than emotion focused coping. Hope this helps! =]
It is the amount you make minus the amount you spent. Ex. Spent 15000 and made 100000, net earnings of 85000
if an infected person has no symptoms (they wouldn't know they had this virus)then they could go on and pass it on to others, some which are more vunerable who could die in seroius cases.
it is adapteed to theese problems because the tide goes out twice a day ans so the limpit traps the water inside to stay alive.
s a researcher, you must have often read that defining a problem is the first step in a research process. But, have you ever wondered what is meant by 'defining a problem'. Well, it simply means that the researcher has to lay down certain boundaries within which he/she has to study the problem with …a pre-defined objective in mind. Defining a problem is a herculean task, and this must be done intelligently to avoid confusions that arise in the research operation. Try to follow the below steps systematically to best define a problem: i. State the problem in a general way: First state the problem in general terms with respect to some practical, scientific or intellectual interest. For this, the researcher may himself read the concerned subject matter thoroughly or take the help of the subject expert. Often, the guide states the problem in general terms; it depends on the researcher if he/she wants to narrow it down to operational terms. The problem stated should also be checked for ambiguity and feasibility. ii. Understand the nature of the problem: The next step is to understand the nature and origin of the problem. The researcher needs to discuss the problem with those related to the subject matter in order to clearly understand the origin of the problem, its nature, objectives, and the environment in which the problem is to be studied. iii. Survey the available literature: All available literature including relevant theories, reports, records, and other relevant literature on the problem needs to be reviewed and examined. This would help the researcher to identify the data available, the techniques that might be used, types of difficulties that may be encountered during the study, possible analytical shortcomings, and even new methods of approach to the present problem. iv. Go for discussions for developing ideas: The researcher may discuss the problem with his/her colleagues and others related to the concerned subject. This helps the researcher to generate new ideas, identify different aspects on the problem, gain suggestions and advices from others, and sharpen his focus on certain aspects within the field. However, discussions should not be limited to the problem only, but should also be related to the general approach to the problem, techniques that might be used, possible solutions, etc. v. Rephrase the research problem into a working proposition: Finally, the researcher must rephrase the problem into a working proposition. Rephrasing the problem means putting the problem in specific terms that is feasible and may help in the development of working hypotheses. Once the researcher has gone through the above steps systematically, it is easy to rephrase the problem into analytical and operational terms. (MORE)
They have to deal with heat, predators, food and water. They can cope with heat, because they are cold blooded, and spend most time in the sun, then move to just a shaded spot. They have horns or run fast on hind legs or look poisonus to escape predators eating them, and get enough food and water by… plants and smaller animals, rain and oasis to let them live. Life is tough in the desert, but they all cope. Also, very few animals come out in the humid day with a boiling sun. They come out at night, when it is cool and plenty of food thrives. There is also A LOT of food and animals in the day just after a good old rain, it changes from dry and baran and hot and humid to lovely, cool, blooming and thriving just over night! (MORE)
she gets him through the deaths of his friends and family and in his time of sickness she was there beside him the whole time.
You go see a doctor. Also, try to relieve your bowels as soon asyou feel the urge. Don't hold it all in to the last minute, as thiswill make a dirty accident more likely. Be sure to carry a changeof underwear with you. That way, if you mess in the ones you'rewearing, you'll have a fresh clean pair t…o change into. There isalso therapeutic interventions for people who have difficultycontrolling their bladder and bowels. you should look into that. Ihope that clean undies are in your future! (MORE)
the best person to see about problems is Jesus Christ because he's the only true living God. It is not a matter of opinion it is the real thing. . Answer A person who only sees problems is known as a pessimist .
It means that when you have taken the trouble to clearly define what a problem is, you may be on the way towards knowing how to solve it.
The word 'defining' comes from a root word 'define', which means to precisely state something, or describe something precisely. If you were defining the problem, you are precisely describing and stating the problem. Since one of the categories for this question is Maths, I'd assume this can ap…ply to maths also, in which case 'defining the problem' is working out what you actually have to figure out in the maths problem. (MORE)
A lot of people have lost their homes because of the depression. Or they can't afford to pay high rents because they have lost their jobs. They need a good low cost safe place to live. An example of this are boats. Some people around Virginia Beach have moved onto boats. Some people who own cabin cr…uiser boats can't afford gas or repairs for the boat. The boats have beds on them so they rent them out to homeless people who need a low cost place to live. (MORE)
This may not be helpful, for i dont know what religion you are, but im positive that if you take the time everyday and pray to the lord for help, i know that he will. you must have Jesus in your heart though. I know you were probly looking for something different, but im only 13, but through eveyrth…ing i have been through, he has never left my side. I will pray for you. (MORE)
A minority group is a distinct marginalized and sanitized section of a community within a social group in society discriminated by number and socio-economic disparity since the Vedic age ingrained in the psyche of the society by the dominance of the superior class and caste in the Verna system o…f social hierarchy that has passed down trough generation despite the constitutional guarantee of socio-economic justice and freedom. The definition of minority today has a broader framework and is not limited to the number and the cultural and social backwardness of a community alone but includes other religious groups in number compared to the dominant religious group in majority in a secular setup. Although the constitution laid down a time frame to bring equality and social justice to the marginalised minority, it has failed miserably and set off conflicts within the different religious communities and the backward social community who find it an expediency , more predominantly by the political expediency of unctuous politicians out to appease these groups to secure votes by self advancements rather than advancement and progress of the people and the nation. In a nation of political ignorance and indifference the socio-cultural backwardness has become the majority political force capitalised by the ruthless politicians seeking power and money through ill gotten means. (MORE)
TJ had many philosophies such as the wall of separation which devides states and religion, this reflects TJ personal life because they had just left a country where their ruler was not only the king of the people but also the head of the religion and this created a lot of conflict; TJ didnt wants th…e colonies to be thretened with the same problem. (MORE)
i think Earhart goes up to a warm area and take off thew ice or she speed it up
Let's not find out! Lack of water, sandstorms, heatstroke (depends on the desert), and in Antarctica (yes it's a desert), you might get hypothermia. Don't go there in the first place, die, or bring enough supplies.
When it comes to managing your personal financial problem, the first thing that you should do is to create a monthly budget. This way, you would know how much money you have and how much are you suppose to spend. Then, you can allocate your money to pay for the things you need to pay. If you don't h…ave enough, then you can make adjustments to balance your finances. When it comes to bad debts, a good card credit debt help relief is to negotiate with your creditors for a better paying scheme so you could pay off all your debts. (MORE)
We know very little about what personal problems Shakespeare might have had apart from male pattern baldness and the fact that he was unable to live with his family.
The greatest risk is dehydration if a person did not bringsufficient water. Sunburn is also a concern as well as thorns andspines from desert plants if a person is not properly dressed andshoed. Venomous snakes and arthropods such as scorpions are a minorthreat.
A good problem is a problem that no matter the outcome both are positive. For example a good problem is not being able to decide on a dessert because both choices are good.
There are a lot of them, and they are the same kinds of problems playwrights face nowadays. For example, in Merchant of Venice, Portia and Nerissa exit, disguised as men and in the next scene must reappear as women. At the beginning of that scene, Lorenzo and Jessica have a long and seemingly point…less conversation in which each comment starts with the words "On such a night". I had often wondered why that conversation was there until I realized that it is designed give the actors or actresses playing Portia and Nerissa time to change costume. (MORE)
No. It may be the first step of the scientific method but could also be used as the first step in many investigative processes.
You write down the facts/observation you have and what those. You then come up with an possible explanation for what the facts/observations tell you . Following that you describe what you will do to test the validity of your explanation.
A person with anger problems needs to come full circle and realize they have an anger problem and seek Anger Management Courses which is similar to Cognitive Therapy. There isn't much you can do about a person who is very angry most of the time. If this is a friend then communicate the fact to them …their anger is out of control and until they get help through Anger Management you are not willing to hang around with them. If you are married or living with someone then you need to communicate with your mate and let them know how you feel. Since this person is angry already they may well become angrier at any suggestion you may make and then it will be up to you to decide if you want to stay with your mate and suffer because of the anger issues they have. The best thing to do is not to engage in any argument with this person and if need be walk away or leave the house for an hour or so until this person calms down. (MORE)
People did not like the African-American.The African-America could not drink the same water, with the white people.So Martin Luther King came and said "no slave" he said.
Superstition is heavily included throughout the play, right from the start. It could be to blame because the superstition that Mrs Lyons created through emotional blackmail on Mrs Johnstone ends up coming true and they both die as soon as they find out they are twins. Because of this, it could say t…hat it is the reason why its inevitable that they both die. It could be viewed as the sole reason for the tragedy. Mrs Lyons poor mental state is consumed by the superstition. Throughout the play it is used to foreshadow the future. The narrator could be seen as Russel's tool to foreshadow the near future with-shoes on the table, spiders been killed, broken glassâ¦ (MORE)
No, you do not need to define a problem. The steps of the scientific method are: 1. Having a Question For example, "Does water boil at different temperatures depending on air pressure?" 2. Coming up with a Hypothesis A hypothesis is your best guess as to the answer of the question. In this… example, it could be, "Water will boil at a lower temperature if air pressure is lower." 3. Performing an Experiment In this case, you would try testing the temperature of boiling water at two different air pressure levels, and record your observations. 4. The Conclusion This is when you determine whether your hypothesis is correct or incorrect. In this case, your hypothesis would have been correct. Water does boil at a lower temperature when air pressure is lower. Answer 2 Interesting question here are some initial thoughts. If you think of a typical scientific observation like at what temperature does water boil, and then note that this varies depending on how much atmospheric pressure is on it, what constitutes a problem? The problem might be how to measure it or to understand the mechanism whereby the pressure affects the temperature. But strictly speaking there are no problems as such, a problem is constituted in relationship to a desired outcome. So I have a problem only if I want something. Nothing in the inanimate world wants anything, so a scientific problem is artificial. I desire a solution to understanding some physical process therefore I observe it measure it and study it and the process of studying it will throw up problems. (MORE)
Yikes. A very broad question indeed, but a fair one. . Facing it head on and working toward a solution. This is a good method assuming that there is sufficient knowledge and experience to bring about progress. . Seeking advice and counsel, but not too much counsel, and not for too long. . Retre…ating into denial or other defense mechanisms. . An important and frequently overlooked possibility: apologize for a wrongdoing that was intended or inadvertent that was part of the origin of the problem. . Sometimes, and it takes uncanny wisdom to know when, a good approach is to wait. don't take this as an option to avoid other strategies that make immediate sense. (MORE)
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TECHNIQUES INVOLVED IN DEFINING A PROBLEM: . As a researcher, you must have often read that defining a problem is the first step in a research process. But, have . you ever wondered what is meant by Ã¢â¬Ëdefining a problemÃ¢â¬â¢. Well, it simply means that the researcher has to …lay . down certain boundaries within which he/she has to study the problem with a pre-defined objective in mind.. Defining a problem is a herculean task, and this must be done intelligently to avoid confusions that arise in the . research operation. Try to follow the below steps systematically to best define a problem:. i. State the problem in a general way:. First state the problem in general terms with respect to some practical, scientific or intellectual interest. For this, the . researcher may himself read the concerned subject matter thoroughly or take the help of the subject expert. Often, . the guide states the problem in general terms; it depends on the researcher if he/she wants to narrow it down to . operational terms. The problem stated should also be checked for ambiguity and feasibility.. ii.Understand the nature of the problem:. The next step is to understand the nature and origin of the problem. The researcher needs to discuss the problem with . those related to the subject matter in order to clearly understand the origin of the problem, its nature, objectives, . and the environment in which the problem is to be studied.. iii. Survey the available literature:. All available literature including relevant theories, reports, records, and other relevant literature on the problem needs . to be reviewed and examined. This would help the researcher to identify the data available, the techniques that might . be used, types of difficulties that may be encountered during the study, possible analytical shortcomings, and even new . methods of approach to the present problem.. iv. Go for discussions for developing ideas:. The researcher may discuss the problem with his/her colleagues and others related to the concerned subject. This . helps the researcher to generate new ideas, identify different aspects on the problem, gain suggestions and advices . from others, and sharpen his focus on certain aspects within the field. However, discussions should not be limited to . the problem only, but should also be related to the general approach to the problem, techniques that might be used, . possible solutions, etc.. v. Rephrase the research problem into a working proposition:. Finally, the researcher must rephrase the problem into a working proposition. Rephrasing the problem means putting the . problem in specific terms that is feasible and may help inÃ the development of working hypotheses. Once the . researcher has gone through the above steps systematically, it is easy to rephrase the problem into analytical and . operational terms.. (MORE)
If someone has a problem with incontinence it could mean that they lose control of their bladder, or they lose control of their bowels. This is a common problem if someone suffers from dementia.
It depends on the kind of such problems. If they are light and caused by stress, problems at work and in family, one can cope with them dealind with real-life problems, having enough rest and sleep, readind specific litherature... But if the emotional and mental health problems are strong, it's bett…er to consult a psychologist or even psycheatrist. Best regards, Chernishov Nikolay. (MORE)
You will never be able to figure out how to conduct your research if you do not have a well defined research problem, stating what it is that you want to find out, and why that subject is of interest.
It's deciding what you want the results of the investigation to be. . You might want to know the mean value of something in thepopulation. . You might want to know whether something appears to be true ofthe population. The two problems would be approached differently.
Depends on what problems... Psychologist helps you with a lot of problems Tutors or Teachers help you with educational problems Your religious leader of your place of worship help you with religious problems As you can see, you should be specific on what you are looking for when you say "help you …with your problems" There are more out there, these are the three major people that help with problems. (MORE)
In everyday language, a problem is defined as the differencebetween a desired state and the actual or present state. It is adeviation from some norm, standard, or goal. It is a situation,circumstance, or state of affairs which we feel ought not to existand that is an obstacle to the satisfaction of …our desires or theachievement of our goals. In mathematics and science, it is anexercise or question that must be performed or answered in order toarrive at a solution. (MORE)