Being Aware of Your Thoughts

Posted by & filed under Healthy Activities, Healthy Living Tips.

Original blog post written by Madisyn Taylor of the daily OM Few people enjoy the company of individuals whose attitudes are persistently negative. Yet many of us tolerate the critical chatter that can originate within our own minds. Since we are so used to the stream of self-limiting, critical consciousness that winds its way through… Read more »

Challenging the stigma: A new column from the Revelstoke Women’s Shelter

Posted by & filed under Column: Recognising Healthy Relationships.

Battered women, angry men — abuse always happens to someone else. But these stereotypes are not the reality. The first part of this Recognising Healthy Relationships series from the Revelstoke Women’s Shelter debunks the myths about abuse and those who seek help from the shelter. First published here on the Revelstoke Mountaineer. “I was almost… Read more »

Support seniors suffering from abuse

Posted by & filed under Healthy Living Tips.

For the older community in Revelstoke, keeping an eye on each other and lending support in times of need is important for reducing elder abuse. Elder abuse is when older people are taken advantage of by trusted individuals such as their family members, friends or even service providers. It presents in the form of emotional, financial,… Read more »