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  Stay in Touch by See Change Ambassador, Rick Rossiter   We have all heard the term, “Stay in touch”, and in these given times this term has become more relevant and meaningful than any other time in living memory. Another word that has become more relevant and has become a part of our everyday...
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    Minding your Mental Health During COVID19 By Abigail McDonnell   See Change Ambassador Abigail McDonnell shares what she’s been doing to mind her mental health during this challenging time, when she finds herself going from leading a busy life to slowing things down. Watch the video above and show Abigail your support If...
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Size By Lucie Kavanagh   “Fat’ is usually the first insult a girl throws at another girl when she wants to hurt her.  I mean, is ‘fat’ really the worst thing a human being can be? Is ‘fat’ worse than ‘vindictive’, ‘jealous’, ‘shallow’, ‘vain’, ‘boring’ or ‘cruel’? Not to me  JK Rowling    There’s a meme...
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  G.F.K By Adrian Yeates Adrian has been an Ambassador since 2018 and shares his experience of managing his depression and anxiety while working a high pressure job. Adrian speaks of mental health and the stigma associated, and has been an important part of helping us open conversations in various workplaces.   Listen to Adrian...
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  Adjusting the lens of my self care By Sandra Dillon Sandra Dillon is a See Change Ambassador who holds stigma reduction close to her heart. A supporting figure in her community, Sandra helps her local area by making talking about mental health an everyday conversation. She dedicates her time to the Finglas Suicide Network...
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  Self-Care During a Global Pandemic By Sinéad Keating “When I initially thought about writing something for Green Ribbon 2020 I had presumed it would be centred around being pregnant with twins while having bipolar disorder. That experience alone has been overwhelming in a way I never could have imagined. But having that same experience in the...
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(audio recording of piece below) Covid-19 By Nick Groom “When we suffer from poor mental health, one of the last things we sometimes want to hear is, “Sure there are a lot of people feeling like that…” Not only can it feel very isolating, it can feel very dismissive too; that somehow what we are feeling...
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