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Irish Horse: Frost lights up Sandown after difficult week
Ronan Groome
After giving evidence in her case against Robbie Dunne, Bryony Frost got back to doing what she does best at Sandown last Saturday.
1 December 2021 Features
Mental Health: overcoming gut-wrenching anxiety
That nervous tension you feel when you go into a social situation is social anxiety. It’s perfectly normal and has to do with how we want to fit in and be accepted. Psychotherapist Enda Murphy writes
27 October 2021 Damien O'Reilly
Damien’s Diary: not a new conversation
It’s not a new conversation, but it’s an important one: bullying needs to stop. Too many young people are suffering with ill mental health, writes Damien O’Reilly.
Damien’s Diary: it’s all about respect
Give respect, get respect. The slogan from the GAA seems to have fallen short of the mark based on footage online this week. It’s the most basic thing we need in society, writes Damien O’Reilly.
13 October 2021 Damien O'Reilly
Overcoming bullying by quacking at it
Are you or someone you love being bullied? Psychotherapist Enda Murphy advises to focus on yourself first. No one is perfect, but the whole you is far greater than the sum of your parts.
26 May 2021 Health
Damien’s Diary: looking back on a blessing in disguise
It’s difficult to see how severe cases of bullying don't have a life-long impact, writes Damien O'Reilly.
18 November 2020 Damien O'Reilly
Looking back on a blessing in disguise
It’s difficult to see how severe cases of bullying don't have a life-long impact, writes Damien O'Reilly.
17 November 2020 Viewpoints
Life would suck if everybody was the same
If difference can be appreciated around the board room table, then surely it has equal benefit in our children’s classrooms writes Amii McKeever
4 December 2019 Amii
Help is at hand
Who can you turn to for support if you are a victim of crime? Mairead Lavery talks to the people behind Victim Assistance whose volunteers are ready to help.
24 July 2019 Features
I was patronised, subjected to unwanted comments about my body
Our Desperate Farmwife writes about toxic masculinity, her experience of it and how it’s still prevalent in working spaces today
From Ballyfin to bionic legs
Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick speaks to Anne O’Donoghue about the reality of being a farmers’ son, overcoming school bullies and why he ultimately turned away from life as a large animal vet in Ireland
10 April 2019 Features
A voice from the hills
Showbiz guru Noel Cunningham is a happy-go-lucky guy. But he also has a serious side, and wants to challenge injustices facing young homosexual people in Ireland, writes Anne O’Donoghue
20 March 2019 Living Life