In How to Be Miserable, psychologist Randy Paterson outlines 40 specific behaviors and habits, which—if followed—are sure to lead to a lifetime of unhappiness. On the other hand, if you do the opposite, you may yet join the ranks of happy people everywhere!
There are stacks upon stacks of self-help books that will promise you love, happiness, and a fabulous life. But how can you pinpoint the exact behaviors that cause you to be miserable in the first place? Sometimes when we're depressed, or just sad or unhappy, our instincts tell us to do the opposite of what we should—such as focusing on the negative, dwelling on what we can't change, isolating ourselves from friends and loved ones, eating junk food, or overindulging in alcohol. Sound familiar?
This tongue-in-cheek guide will help you identify the behaviors that make you unhappy and discover how you—and only you—are holding yourself back from a life of contentment. You'll learn to spot the tried-and-true traps that increase feelings of dissatisfaction, foster a lack of motivation, and detract from our quality of life—as well as ways to avoid them.
So, get ready to live the life you want (or not?) This fun, irreverent guide will light the way. -- Publisher
Basics of human nutrition -- Nutrition myths and clarifications -- Disordered eating and eating disorders in athletes -- What is hydration : the physiology of fluid absorption -- Supplements -- Eating optimally for injury recovery -- Nutrient timing -- Special situations.
Understanding the gender spectrum -- Historical background -- Establishing a TGNC-friendly clinic -- Advocacy -- Letter writing -- The gender dysphoria diagnosis -- Gender-affirming mental health -- Transitions and detransitions -- Families -- Plurality -- Sexuality -- Primary care -- Transmasculine hormones -- Transfeminine hormones -- Transmasculine top surgery -- Transfeminine top surgery -- Transmasculine bottom surgery -- Transfeminine bottom surgery -- Other gender-affirming procedures.
Transforming nursing through knowledge : the conceptual and programmatic underpinnings of RNAO's BPG program -- The anatomy of a rigorous best practice guideline development process -- Creating healthy workplaces : enabling clinical excellence -- Forging the way with implementation science -- Technology as an enabler of evidence-based practice -- Best practice spotlight organization implementation science at its best -- The BPSO pioneers : creating, sustaining, and expanding evidence-based cultures through the BPSO designation -- Creating evidence-based cultures across the health continuum -- Enhancing the evidence-based nursing curriculum and competence in evidence-based practice -- Scalng up and out : system-wide implementation initiatives -- Evidence-based practice in long-term care -- RNAO's global spread of BPGs: the BPSO designation sustainability and fidelity -- BPSO host : a model for scaling out globally -- Overcoming context and language differences : BPSO trailblazers in China -- BPSOs : the Latin American experience -- Evaluating BPG impact : development and refinement of NQuIRE -- Value for money : measuring the economic impact of BPSOs in Australia -- Scaling deep to improve people's health : from evidence-based practice to evidence-based policy.
In this deeply moving feature-length documentary, three sisters and a brother meet for the first time. Removed from their young Dene mother during the infamous Sixties Scoop, they were separated as infants and adopted into families across North America.
Betty Ann, Esther, Rosalie, and Ben were only four of the 20,000 Indigenous Canadian children taken from their families between 1955 and 1985, to be either adopted into white families or live in foster care. As the four siblings piece together their shared history, their connection deepens, and their family begins to take shape. -website