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My day at Zeminar

Luke Brown, one of our volunteers, was recently at Zeminar with his school and this is his account.

What made us smile at Zeminar

We had a blast at Zeminar with mental health and wellbeing organisations, career, sports, music, youth clubs and youth political party stands all under the one roof.
What made us smile at Zeminar

Body positivity

Growing up with social media, for all its good and its bad, it can have a impact on our self-esteem.
Body positivity

World Mental Health Day 2016

Where to look out for ReachOut.com at different events around the country this week for World Mental Health Day.

Dear Future Me

A beautiful video made by Alice and Megan, Dear Future Me, was based on our Dear Future Me campaign.
Dear Future Me

Technology for Wellbeing 2016 snapshot

A snapshot of Technology for Wellbeing 2016, taken by our amazing volunteer Catherine Friend.
Technology for Wellbeing 2016 snapshot

Connect. Communicate. Care. World Suicide Prevention Day

Saturday, 10 September, is World Suicide Prevention Day with the theme this year being Connect. Communicate. Care.
Connect. Communicate. Care. World Suicide Prevention Day

Back into the school/college routine

Settling back into a school or college routine can be a real challenge, so our Youth Network have shared their tips.
Back into the school/college routine

Heading back to school?

School is such a different experience for everyone and heading back can mean many things.
Heading back to school?

Leaving Cert results

Sorry to be a buzzkill, but the Leaving Cert results are out this Wednesday. Though, if you're affected by this, you're more than likely very aware of this news.
Leaving Cert results

Trying to change your habits?

Trying to break a bad habit or develop some good healthy habits is something we all want to do at some stage, knowing about the "states of change" can help.
Trying to change your habits?

Exams are over, what now?

Exams are now officially over and though it will be a complete relief, you can feel a bit lost without a routine. Here are some things you can try.
Exams are over, what now?

7 tips for working on your mental fitness

Being mentally fit means being able to take on challenges, get through tough times and fully enjoy the things you do. Here are seven tips to get you started.
7 tips for working on your mental fitness

When it feels like everything is going wrong

So much happens in our lives that we cannot control. Take control of the things you can by looking after your mental health.
When it feels like everything is going wrong

C’mon you boys in green #COYBIG

Ireland plays its first match tonight in the Euro Championship with fans getting boats, trains, planes to be there and show their support.
C’mon you boys in green #COYBIG

More young people are seeking mental health support online

Over five years we conducted surveys to discover the help-seeking preferences, level of mental health knowledge and main reasons for people coming to the site.
More young people are seeking mental health support online

Ask the expert: Mark Smyth

Mark Smyth is clinical psychologist who tool your questions on anxiety.
Ask the expert: Mark Smyth

Positivity Pack

We recently spoke with James Corneille, a 17 year-old entrepreneur who created Positivity Pack.

Ask the expert: Depression

Vincent McDarby took your questions about anxiety.
Ask the expert: Depression

7 tips for working on your mental fitness

Being mentally fit means being able to take on challenges, get through tough times and fully enjoy the things you do. Here are seven tips to get you started.
7 tips for working on your mental fitness

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