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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.

Animal charity expresses sadness and anger after blind and malnourished dog found in Mayo dies

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North West SPCA said "There is no excuse for this cruelty in this day and age" in a social media post this week about a blind and malnourished dog that was was found in Belmullet last weekend, that had to be put down this week.

Connection, compassion and adventure in Finding Victoria

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Parenting small children can be challenging at the best of times. There are hundreds of books out there listing things for parents to do, but what happens when you’re in the real world, and things don’t go as planned?

Slimming World advice on how to enjoy a guilt-free Easter

Local weight-loss experts say you can have your Easter treats and still lose weight.

Easter break can bring sadness for bereaved parents but support is available

Spring has sprung and with it brings longer evenings and brighter days. Anam Cara, a national organisation supporting bereaved parents, want to reach out to parents who find this time of year difficult in their grieving process.

‘Books are an empathy machine. They bring people together’

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AS THE Covid pandemic begins to wane, as restrictions ease, and people can gather for arts and cultural events once more, how appropriate it is that Cúirt 2022 should be themed around meetings and interactions.

Motivation is not the problem

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Motivation can be a divisive subject. Many of us rely on motivation to get things done, while others see it as pointless and something we can't rely on.

Drinkaware offering free mental health resource to general public

Drinkaware, the national charity working to reduce and prevent the misuse of alcohol in Ireland, is offering a free mental health resource to the public - the resource is available to order online and will be sent directly to you free of charge.

Greater flexibility with employees can change the way we live and work

It is hard to believe that we are just five or six weeks short of the second anniversary of when the vast majority of the country's employees were sent home and instructed to carry out their duties from their kitchen. This was often done through poor broadband with little notice. It was done at a time when employees had to share this poor broadband with schoolchildren who had been evacuated from their classrooms and forced to learn instead at the kitchen table.

Greater flexibility with employees can change the way we live and work

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It is hard to believe that we are just five or six weeks short of the second anniversary of when the vast majority of the country’s employees were sent home and instructed to carry out their duties from their kitchen. This was often done through poor broadband with little notice. It was done at a time when employees had to share this poor broadband with schoolchildren who had been evacuated from their classrooms and forced to learn instead at the kitchen table.

 

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