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Sweet marjoram Origanum majorana Pot marjoram O onites Lamiaceae

Marjoram is thought to have originated in Cyprus and adjacent southern Turkey, although it has naturalized over much of the Mediterranean region. It was cultivated in Egypt and by the Greeks and Romans in antiquity. In classical times it was regarded as the herb of happiness. It was probably introduced to Britain during the Middle Ages and is today cultivated in Mediterranean areas and in several other countries in Europe, America, Africa, and Asia including Southeast Asia. It was only on return of the American GIs from Italy after World War II that sweet marjoram became well known in the United States. It was used to flavor ale before the popularity of hops, and it is still used as a beer preservative. Its aromatic leaves may be used either fresh or dried in much the same way as thyme, although it has a sweeter flavor. There was an old belief that sprays of marjoram and thyme laid beside milk in a dairy would prevent it from going sour in thundery weather. As its flavor is more...

Wanting Them To Be Happy

As we get to know children, it becomes easier to detect when they are unhappy. Frowns, tears, staying in their rooms with the doors closed, or dismissing questions are signs of something amiss. Rachel, one of the parents I interviewed, is a single, divorced mother with a seventeen-year-old son, Mark. During the interview, it was clear that Rachel cares deeply about Mark's happiness. At other points in the interview, it became clear that Rachel views her financial status as an insurmountable obstacle to her son's happiness and, in turn, her successful parenting. Rachel is a single parent. She was married to Mark's father for four years when he was involved in a serious car accident, causing brain damage. Their relationship fell apart as the damage led to violent outbursts. The ex-husband now lives across the country and there is little contact with him. As a single parent, Rachel is left to handle things on her own. She is employed full-time, sharing two jobs with other employees at a...

The Cognitive Vulnerabilitystress Models Of Unipolar Depression

In Beck's (1967) model of depression, negative self-schemata organized around themes of failure, inadequacy, loss, and worthlessness serve as vulnerabilities for the onset and exacerbation of depression that are activated by the occurrence of stressful events relevant to the content of the self-schemata. Such negative self-schemata are often represented as a set of dysfunctional attitudes in which the individuals believe that their happiness and self-worth depend on being perfect or on others' approval. Consistent with cognitive science operationalizations of the schema construct (e.g., Alba & Hasher, 1983 Taylor & Crocker, 1981), Beck (1967) hypothesized that depressive self-schemata influence the perception, interpretation, and recall of personally relevant experiences, thereby leading to a negatively biased construal of one's personal world. When activated by the occurrence of negative events, depressive self-schemata lead to the onset or exacerbation of depressive symptoms through...

General Description of the PIADS

The PIADS is a 26-item self-report questionnaire designed to assess the effects of an assistive device on functional independence, well-being, and quality of life. (See the sample of the PIADS Questionnaire.) The three subscales of the PIADS are based on a factor analysis of the responses combined from several studies. The first one, Competence, measures feelings of competence and efficacy. It is sensitive to the perceived impacts of assistive technology on performance and productivity. The Competence subscale (12 items) includes questions on topics such as competence, productivity, usefulness, performance, and independence. The second subscale, Adaptability (6 items), indicates a willingness to try out new things and to take risks. It is sensitive to the enabling and liberating aspects of assistive technology that might be expected if ATs enhanced participation as described in the WHO (ICF) framework. The Adaptability subscale includes questions on topics such as ability to...

Quality Of Life Measure For Children Aged 38 Year Olds

Preliminary findings from the development of a new quality of life (QoL) measure for children aged 3-8 years are presented in two studies. Thirty-six children (5-6 years) completed a 10-item measure in Study 1, which included ratings of their abilities and 'happiness'. The children also completed an established QoL measure and 24 parents completed a proxy QoL measure. Preliminary support for the face and construct validity of the new measure is reported. There were correlations between the children's scores on the two measures (p 0.05). However, child and parent scores were not correlated (p 0.65). Twenty-four children (3-4 years) completed a modified version of the new QoL measure in Study 2, which consisted of 23 items. The internal reliability of the measure and the speed of children's responses allowed comparison of the efficacy of two response formats. Significant differences in speed were found in children's responses using different response formats, and differences in the...

Response shift

Changes in patients' internal standards are not solely related to cancer. An extraordinary study by Brickman et al. 22 compared the happiness levels of paralysed victims of road accidents with lottery winners. Although differences were observed the authors state that the accident victims did not appear nearly as unhappy as might have been thought. This adds to previous literature suggesting that poorer, blind or disabled people are not unhappier than the general population 23-27 . Patients who report fewer symptoms or better QL than perhaps might have been expected by external observers are deemed to have under-reported their QL. In cancer, under-reporting maybe due to defence mechanisms (denial), adaptation to a changed situation, or social comparison (favourably comparing oneself with others in the same situation), and this generally will result in minimizing the reported change. However, this is not always the case, as when patients improve over time, they can sometimes exaggerate...

About Compendium

Quality of life (QOL) is a popular term describing one's overall sense of well-being and includes aspects of happiness and satisfaction with life as a whole. It is broad and subjective rather than specific and objective. The difficulty in measuring QOL lies in the fact that, although the term has meaning for nearly everyone and every academic discipline, this meaning varies among individuals and groups. At the same time, it is often used interchangeably with terms such as health-related quality of life, subjective health status, and functional status, which are probably better descriptors of the instrument content. Such interchangeable use of terminology relates to the lack of a conceptual definition of quality of life or of subjective health status, even though most researchers agree that it is a multidimensional construct and that there are a variety of approaches by which it may be measured. The concept of subjective health status is, obviously, dependent on the patient's own...

The Divorce Option

In general is viewed a second chance for people to find happiness. Overall, a sea change has occurred regarding perceptions about divorce. Ordinary Americans see marriage less in terms of the responsibilities associated with the socialization of children and more in terms of life satisfaction. Marital partners place a premium on self-fulfillment and nurturance within the bonds of marriage. If one or both of the partners in a marriage no longer find the relationship to be deeply satisfying, there is relatively little social ostracism if the decision is made to terminate it.

We Need To Change

Children of this couple type tend to be the healthiest of the four. The decision to divorce, should it occur, is seen as a loss, as with the other couple types. The difference is that parents who decide to divorce with these skills will often apply them to their postdivorce parenting relationship. They are the most likely to minimize conflict regarding the children and to realize that each parent continues to have a unique relationship with the child after the divorce. The children are rarely involved the divorce. This is not to say that they are kept in the dark about it, but rather that they do not become vocal participants in the process. Typically, the parents are motivated to work things out for the sake of the kids as opposed to staying together and sacrificing their happiness, as with the something needs to change couple type.

Quality Of Life

The TNO-AZL Questionnaire for Adult's Health-related Quality of Life (TAAQOL) consists of 45 questions divided into twelve scales (most of them consist of four items each) gross motor functioning, fine motor functioning, cognition, sleep, pain, social contacts, daily activities, sex, vitality, happiness, depressive mood, and anger. The TAAQOL questionnaire measures just like the TACQOL the emotional impact of self-reported functional problems and has no parent form.

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