For a long time, I saw life as a struggle, and thought that that was just how it was. I rebelled against what people thought of me through bold statements, loud outfits and the daring interiors I created. I tried to understand myself by challenging those around me. I always used to shape my own identity in opposition to someone or something, and defined myself through my relationships with people. And when I realised this, I was struck by a question that stumped me - who actually am I? Recently, I heard about a charity which helps orphans find their blood relatives and organises meetings for the children to talk to them, get to know them and learn about themselves in the process. But even this introduction gives the child a starting point. Something similar happened to me when I moved to the US. At first it felt like I had to choose one - Russia or America. For me, that was part of accepting myself: I stopped expecting people to judge me, praise me or admire me and stopped trying to get people to like me.
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April 18, By didi davidovichdesign. In partnership with Quinn Thomas, DHM conducted two focus groups and a person survey of cannabis consumers in Colorado, Washington, and Oregon to learn more about the new and fast-evolving cannabis market. The result is Cannabis Next Door : a profile of the consumers driving a new industry, our fourth insights report about key trends and issues affecting the Pacific Northwest and the nation. Conducted qualitative and quantitative research to assist the Northwest Health Foundation, the Public Health section of the Oregon Department of Human Services, and the Oregon Health Policy Commission to identify substance abuse and addiction service needs and to inform development of a wellness and disease prevention program. Conducted a survey with residents in Oregon, where recreational marijuana was officially legalized on July 1, The data about the opinions of potential members or customers is helping financial institutions make informed decisions about if and how they pursue providing needed financial services to this developing industry. Survey and focus group research with voters in Oregon to measure attitudes regarding cannabis policy to assess support for agricultural hemp and for legalizing, taxing, and regulating cannabis for personal use, and to identify the most effective messages to use in a campaign about cannabis. Quantitative opinion research with Oregon voters to track support for a potential ballot measure that would legalize marijuana in Oregon. Conducted quantitative and qualitative research in the state of Oregon to develop, test, and refine potential warning marks that could identify products that contain marijuana. The research evaluated and informed the development of messaging around the health effects of marijuana, including analysis to inform the development of culturally specific and sensitive adaptations.
Hey everyone! Sorry for the state of non-communication over this past year. Life has thrown me a few curve-balls from my own accident to losing my Nana to watching my dad battle stage 4 esophogial cancer having to put my dog to sleep to many other things. In the midst of this chaos, blogging has not been a priority. The post On Hiatus appeared first on Colleen's Kitchen. Sometimes the best recipes come out of necessity. I mean, there I was, rummaging in the fridge, trying to decide what to make for dinner. After a quick saute of the carrot and onion, I added some garlic and the chicken sausage until the sausage was browned and crumbled. Then I added in the tomato and let it cook until the tomato got soft and saucy.