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such corbettreport 20110725 RedHorde 20110725 vaidyms 20110724 Dloading videos Vladamir Putin ( which spelling is correct? ...restaurant in fact owned by Russian Vail Renshaller Vladimir Antonovich Putin; 7 October 1952) is a Russian politician who has served as the President of Russia since 2012.left Presiden t 1990-1999Total is 17yearsIt changes though, he is president, then prime minister. No one can seem to figure this out either whenever I question someone about it. So someone with more knowledge can help me figure this out thx!THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRESIDENT AND PRIME MINISTER1. INTERESTS OF HIS COUNTRY: The president is interested in the welfare of his country, both domestically and internationally. He is concerned about everything that happens politically, socially, and economically, both within and outside the country.2. HEAD OF STATE: The president is the head of state who represents the country in international forums and acts as the ambassador of the country. He is held in high esteem both by his countrymen and all the heads of states worldwide.3. EXECUTIVE POWER: The prime minister does not have the executive power vested in him as the president enjoys.4. ROLE OF THE CONSTITUTION: The constitution spells out the administrative and legislative duties of the president, giving him the authority to oversee the country and lead the government.5. WIDER AUTHORITIES: The president is responsible for the administration of the entire country having some powers in the Parliament and some influence on the judiciary.6. MAINTENANCE OF LAW AND ORDER: The presidency is determined to maintain law and order within the society, and for this purpose, the president has the police and armed forces at his disposal.7. INSPIRATION TO THE PUBLIC: The public looks up to the president for guidance and inspiration, and this is a symbol of the esteem in which he is held by his citizens.1. POLITICALLY AFFILIATED: Unlike the president, the prime minister is a politician, and as such, always takes politics into account in each of his actions.2. HEAD OF GOVERNMENT: The prime minister is similar to the president in the sense that he/she is the head of the government, but that is where the similarity ends.3. EXECUTIVE POWERS: As the head of the government, the prime minister is in charge of the Executive Branch of the country, and this gives him authority regarding economic affairs.4. APPOINTMENT BY THE PRESIDENT: The prime minister is generally appointed by a president or another member of the parliament rather than being elected.5. NON-PARTISAN OFFICE: Despite being a politician, the prime minister is more likely to end up as an independent or a top-level politician with a neutral view on matters political.6. MINISTERS ARE HOLDING OFFICE: The prime minister appoints ministers to various important offices and shares some of his powers with these positions.7. REPRESENTATIVE OF THEIR PARTY: A prime minister is often seen to be a representative of a particular political party and doesn’t have to concern him/her with matters related to the statebut looks at how things affect the party / Persons Presidential goals and interests tend to be broader and represented by the common interests of the people mroader Multimedia University of Kenya 20200324 We propose a weighting method for decision-making based on the compromise ratio, concluding from different weighting methods. That is, the compromise ratio is calculated according to the values provided by each decision maker, and the best compromise solution is determined based on the compromise ratio to reflect the structure of the decision problem. The best compromise solution has a more objective character than other measurement methods. It is necessary to clarify the relationship between decision-making methods. The weighting method is one of the methods of decision-making, provided that the problem under consideration is multiple connection. The proposed method encompasses the unequal precedence relation in its calculation. The decision maker is required to make subjective comparisons of the common indices. This paper presents such a general approach and suggests a method for evaluating weights in many practical problems. In particular, it can accommodate modeling problems with respect to many criteria. The validity and effectiveness of such weighting schemes are confirmed through the use of computer simulations. The proposed approach is suitable for use in a practical decision- making model, even for a large-scale problem. Prevent relapse/equiv.cfg 20160301 Preventing Relapse to Mental Health Disorders Introduction Relapse is a term used to describe the return of symptoms of a mental health disorder after a period of remission. It is estimated that up to 80% of people with a mental health disorder will experience at least one relapse in their lifetime (1). Relapse is a common and often distressing event for individuals and their families, as well as a significant cost to society. The causes of relapse are complex and can include biological, psychological, and environmental factors (2). Triggers for relapse can also vary, with stress, substance abuse, and poor medication adherence being some of the more common ones (1). With this in mind, it is important for individuals to have strategies in place to prevent relapse and maintain their mental health. Identifying Triggers The first step in preventing relapse is to identify personal triggers. These are events, situations, or thoughts that may increase the risk of a relapse. They can be unique to each individual and may change over time. It is important to regularly evaluate and identify potential triggers to develop effective strategies to manage them. Some common triggers for relapse include: • Negative or stressful life events, such as job loss, financial difficulties, or relationship problems. • Inconsistent medication adherence or stopping medication without consulting a healthcare professional. • Substance abuse, including alcohol and recreational drugs. • Social isolation or lack of support from friends and family. • Poor sleep, diet, or exercise habits. • Feeling overwhelmed or experiencing high levels of stress. Developing Coping Strategies Once triggers have been identified, it is essential to develop coping strategies to manage them effectively. Coping mechanisms help individuals to deal with difficult situations or emotions without reverting to unhealthy behaviors that may lead to a relapse. Some effective coping strategies for managing triggers may include: • Seeking support from friends, family, or healthcare professionals. • Engaging in stress-reducing activities such as meditation, yoga, or exercise. • Educating oneself about the condition and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. • Keeping a journal to track thoughts, feelings, and symptoms. • Joining a support group with individuals who have experienced similar issues. • Creating a relapse prevention plan with specific steps to take if warning signs of relapse are identified. • Building a network of healthy relationships to provide social support and encourage accountability. • Taking steps to reduce stress, such as setting realistic goals and setting boundaries in relationships. • Monitoring medication and following a treatment plan as recommended by a healthcare professional. • Limiting or avoiding substance use. • Incorporating healthy habits for sleep, exercise, and diet. Maintaining a Supportive Environment A supportive environment can play a critical role in preventing relapse. This can include building and maintaining healthy relationships, both with family and friends and with healthcare professionals. A supportive environment should also include a healthy living space that promotes relaxation, positive thinking, and motivation. Some ways to maintain a supportive environment include: • Working together with loved ones to educate them about the condition and how they can support the individual’s recovery. • Educating loved ones about potential warning signs and symptoms of relapse. • Communicating openly and regularly with loved ones about the individual's mental health. • Developing a support network that includes healthcare professionals, friends, and family. • Encouraging loved ones to participate in activities together. • Creating a routine that promotes a healthy balance between work, leisure, and rest. Conclusion Relapse is a significant concern for individuals with mental health disorders, and prevention strategies are crucial in maintaining mental health and quality of life. By identifying and managing personal triggers, developing effective coping strategies, and maintaining a supportive environment, individuals can reduce the risk of relapse and maintain their mental health and well-being. It is important for individuals to work closely with healthcare professionals to develop a comprehensive relapse prevention plan that meets their unique needs and circumstances. References: 1. National Alliance on Mental Illness. (n.d.). Relapse and Recurrence. Retrieved from https://www.nami.org/Learn-More/Mental-Health-Conditions/Related-Conditions/Relapse-and-Recurrence 2. National Institute of Mental Health. (2018). Mental Health Medications. Retrieved from https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/mental-health-medications/index.shtml