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Make a resolution to be kind to yourself

New Year's resolutions shouldn't just be about diets and sports. It may come as a surprise, but being kinder to yourself could actually be one resolution worth keeping.
Make a resolution to be kind to yourself

Coping with cabin fever

Now the build-up and excitement is over and Christmas day has come and gone it's easy to feel deflated. You've already eaten a corner-shop's worth of chocolate, there's nothing on TV and it feels like the whole family is on top of you.
Coping with cabin fever

Feeling lonely this Christmas

Christmas time can bring up loads of emotions, some great and some more challenging. One of the hardest things at this time of year is feeling lonely.
Feeling lonely this Christmas

It’s a wonderful life

It's a wonderful life is one of the Christmas movies of all time. It tells the story of George Bailey, a man so disillusioned he considers taking his own life. To prevent this, an angel is sent to show George what life would be like if he'd never been born.
It’s a wonderful life

Interesting findings from the 2013 Insights Report

Our third annual user survey explored attitudes towards mental health, knowledge and preferences around seeking help.
Interesting findings from the 2013 Insights Report

Saving Mr Banks

The story of Walt Disney trying to get permission to make the Mary Poppins books into a movie is now in the cinema. The original Mary Poppins was a story about a dysfunctional family and who doesn't have one of those?!
Saving Mr Banks

Anchorman 2, staying classy

It's just around the corner and if you're like me you've been waiting all year. Not for Christmas, but for Anchorman 2: the legend continues.
Anchorman 2, staying classy

Lady Gaga reaches out to suicidal fan

Lady Gaga has reached out and helped one of her little monsters in Ireland who was thinking of taking their own life.
Lady Gaga reaches out to suicidal fan

Driving home for Christmas?

With just over two weeks to go until Christmas, it's quite likely most of us have already made plans. But that doesn't mean everyone’s happy with their arrangements.
Driving home for Christmas?

Mourning the death of Nelson Mandela, 1918 – 2013

South Africa's first black president, Nelson Mandela, has died. We can expect an outpouring of public grief for the man who led a nation to democracy.
Mourning the death of Nelson Mandela, 1918 – 2013

A time for giving…

Christmas can be an expensive affair. There seems to be so many people to buy for and in such little time! We've put together some tips on how to manage.
A time for giving…

Cycle Against Suicide host Student Leaders’ Congress

After the amazing reaction to Cycle Against Suicide this year, they're running schools’ events in January 2014 promoting positive mental health.
Cycle Against Suicide host Student Leaders’ Congress

No quick fixes

No quick fixes

Darkness

Darkness

Tom Daley talks about having a male partner

The Olympic diver Tom Daley has posted a YouTube video where he talks about his relationship with a man.
Tom Daley talks about having a male partner

RTÉ’s Late Late Toy Show is back in town

Tonight's the night many Irish kids (OK, not just the kids!) wait for. The Toy Show is back - which means Christmas is really about to begin.
RTÉ’s Late Late Toy Show is back in town

‘Odd one out’ bags top prize

Catherine O’Brien was last night crowned winner of our third annual film competition, for her film 'Odd one out'.
‘Odd one out’ bags top prize

Odd one out

Odd one out

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