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Shauna O’Connor
Don’t Let Self-care Become a Chore by See Change Ambassador, Zoe Forde   Three years after my diagnosis with depression, it was time to start living with my mental illness, not just survive it.   Up to then my journey had been a balance of medication and therapy to find the right combination that worked for...
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The Importance of Self Care by See Change Ambassador, Adrian Yeates   Fadó, fadó, I used to pass a house each day going to and from school. It was a beautiful, imposing building with a long driveway and immaculate gardens. There was an orchard at the rear, and my friends and I often “unofficially” helped with the...
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Self Care by See Change Ambassador, Sonia Moloney   What self-care looks like for me is often what the majority of people would expect self-care to look like: so ordering a takeaway, watching a movie, playing video games, maybe reading a book, not answering messages or phone calls –  just really turning off for the...
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  Click here for See Change End of Year Newsletter. If you wish to subscribe, click the Subscribe button at the top of of the newsletter to receive it via email every month or click here. Thank you for keeping up to date with See Change – and don’t forget to share our newsletter to...
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  My Darling Son by See Change Ambassador, Daniela Ferro   My darling son,     I have been spending the last few days thinking about what I want to tell you about 2020. The year that started a little over two weeks after you rushed into this world.   A world that was so different from...
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  Rights by See Change Ambassador, Lucie Kavanagh   Article I  All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.  Universal Declaration of Human Rights  United Nations    Human rights are slippery things. On paper they are clear,...
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    If you are having a tough time at the moment and need to reach out for support, please contact any of the following Shine: phil@shine.ie   Samaritans: 116123   Pieta House: 1800 247 247   YourMentalHealth.ie: 1800 742 444
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  Why I Became a Volunteer by See Change Ambassador, Sonia Moloney   The reason why I volunteered as an ambassador was because in 2016, I was having extremely difficult time of it with my mental health. I was having daily panic attacks and feeling like there was little to no hope of me ever recovering...
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    My Invisible Friend by See Change Ambassador, Tim O’Connor   Just before I finished Secondary School a close friend said to me “You’re okay Tim – you have music”.  That was completely true. But he was the first one to say it to me.   All through the 1970s music was my hobby. I would...
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        This #InternationalMensDay: Let’s talk about men’s mental health. See Change ambassador Johnny Hunt says we need to make a difference and break the stigma around men talking about their mental health. Show your support for men’s mental health and get the conversation started.     If you are having a tough...
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