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Bridge sums up a week of pride for city and county

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There was never anything like the visit by the Yanks to get the best delph out in the house. The blue willow cups with the delicate handles and the immaculately-decorated plates which year round never saw our thick fingers, were paraded out to hold hot tea and Irish salads of ham and corned beef and scallions and ripe tomatoes. Lettuce not forget those days.

How to become a psychologist in Ireland

Psychology is the study of behaviour and mental processes. Psychology is a very popular course choice both at undergraduate and postgraduate level in Ireland. There is a Bachelor of Science in Psychology available at University of Galway, ATU Galway, and TUS Athlone. All of these courses are four year (Level 8) degree courses, offering work placements in a variety of settings in year 3, which will improve any student’s employability.

University of Galway launches Empathy Lab

University of Galway’s student innovation hub, IdeasLab, has officially launched their Empathy Lab, a physical and virtual learning environment in the heart of campus.

Mental health charity publishes five tips on how to improve sleep

Turn2Me, a national mental health charity, has published five tips on how to improve sleep, on its website

Increase in people reporting ‘climate anxiety’ according to mental health charity Turn2Me

Turn2Me, a national mental health charity, stated there has been a huge increase in the number of people with climate-related anxieties in Ireland.

Empathy will make for a more connected society

Ionbha, The Empathy Book of Ireland, is due to be launched in Charlie Byrnes on Friday November 11.

Overcome those barriers to contentment through life coaching

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Start small with new habits

This article is inspired by the book Atomic Habits by James Clear, which I would recommend. In the book he talks about the idea of starting small. We all know we can bite off more than we can chew at times. Especially when our motivation is high to change it is easy to start and try do too much to soon. First get the habit started and regular, and then you can start to build on it. Here is how you do it.

Addressing teenager’s mental health - school refusal and anxiety at Athlone Care Clinic

School can be a great source of support through friendships and community as well as learning, a time for our children to grow up and begin the journey to becoming the adults they want to be.

There is no shame in having a mental health difficulty

“In 2019 I developed anorexia, aged 36. At that time, I could not find anyone else like me living with this mental illness. Shame and self-stigma became part of my thoughts. Because of the lack of any relatable narrative, I found myself feeling alone and different.” Eoin Kernan, See Change Ambassador.


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