Monthly Archives: August 2016

What Should Keep British Columbians Up at Night

What keeps you up at night?  For me, it’s the discomfort of neglecting something important but complicated.  When sleep won’t turn off the thought, I write it down, and place it somewhere prominent.  Perhaps it’s a post-it note on the bathroom mirror facing me when I brush my teeth the next morning.  It reminds me [...]

By |August 30th, 2016|News|

How InnerChange Could Help You Get a Rose

Very few people are willing to admit they have ever watched the TV franchise The Bachelor / Bachelorette, but it remains one of the most popular shows on cable.  The premise is that one person (male or female, depending on the show), is surrounded by a pool of eligible romantic partners whom they try to [...]

By |August 24th, 2016|Current, Initiatives, News|

Addictions and Systems Change – Part 1

Recently  the InnerChange Foundation posted its core beliefs (click here).  Among these is the belief that British Columbia and Canada need access to more and newer addiction treatment and prevention strategies. And, related to this is a desire for addiction services to be more available and effective for a greater number of those who need [...]

By |August 8th, 2016|Current, Initiatives, News|