Let’s rewind to Christmas. The most magical time of the year. The most magical time of the year, that is unless you struggle with an Eating Disorder. Christmas is demanding for everyone, but if like me you have anorexia (or any eating disorder), it becomes incredibly difficult to navigate. To the normal...Read More
This piece by See Change Ambassador Nicola Hynds featured on a Lust for Life website: I always loved Christmas as a child but like most people the novelty wore off as I grew into adulthood. Battling with Schizophrenia for years, especially in my early twenties I struggled to put on a smile and join in...Read More
Almost 65% of people have been hearing conversations about mental health among family and friends since the Green Ribbon 2016 (up from 62% in 2015), however Christmas can be a tough time for people experiencing mental health difficulties. Many mental health services are closed for the festive season, and spending extra time at home can...Read More
Mentally strained: realities of the unemployed Posted by Úna Kavanagh on her blog http://unakavanagh.com/ on 17th Jan 2015 “Today I started my routine of waking up and wondering if I was useful. Naively I thought that unemployment wouldn’t affect me as much as it would but instead I’ve been overwhelmed constantly by sense of panic that escapes...Read More
See Change youth panel member, Aisling Concannon wrote this excellent blog for the SpunOut.ie in December 2012. Coping with the winter blues Winter is here once again, unfortunately with the excitement of Christmas and the possibility of snow comes the downside – the winter blues. Irish weather, cold days and long nights ensure we...Read More
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