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  Being a Father with a Mental Health Difficulty by Johnny Hunt, See Change Ambassador Writing this has been a real challenge for me. My mental health issues do not define who I am as a person or parent I’m just me take it or leave it. When you have your issues to deal with,...
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    Living with Schizoaffective Disorder by Gary Anderson, See Change Ambassador Fifteen years ago I was a confidant and social person who had a lot of friends who I regularly kept in touch with. I thrived on entertaining them. I was also especially close with my family and I was in contact with them...
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      From the age of 11 Obsessive compulsive Disorder (OCD) has been a part of me and a part of my life. It wasn’t until I was in my 30’s that I got diagnosed therefore looking back I did not know that what I was experiencing was Obsessive Compulsive Disorder I didn’t even...
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    A diagnosis does not always answer the question “Why?”.  by Nick Groome, See Change Ambassador A diagnosis does not always answer the question “Why?”.    I don’t believe, and this is my own personal belief and experience, I don’t believe that EUPD is a mental illness. What I have come to understand through...
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    Living with BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder) by Lucie Kavanagh, See Change Ambassador “Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a type of personality disorder. You might be diagnosed with a personality disorder if you have difficulties with how you think and feel about yourself and other people. And if these difficulties make it hard to...
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    What could be done to End Mental Health Judgement in the Workplace?  by Lucie Kavanagh, See Change Ambassador I have written a lot about my experiences of being stigmatised and isolated in the workplace because of having mental health difficulties and it’s interesting to look at my experiences from another point of view. ...
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    A Day in the Life of My Self Care Plan by See Change Ambassador, Aisling For me, my self care plan is integral to keeping well. Over the holidays it’s easy to get out of the routine that keeps me well and although I’m learning to lean into the spontaneity and flexibility as...
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  ‘The in-between is mine I am mine’ (Pearl Jam)  by See Change Ambassador, Eamonn Moloney So, it’s January, a New Year and a chance to focus on yourself. A chance to check in on your self-care plan and how you look after you.  First thing to note, please remember that self-care is not selfish, remember airlines tell us in an emergency to put our...
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    Make 2022 the Year for You by See Change Ambassador, Lauren Gaffney And so, a new year begins. January is here, and it can be challenging to beat the winter blues and get stuck in on those new year resolutions that seem to be flooding social media feeds and newspaper articles. Daily life...
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      Looking After Yourself in the New Year  by See Change Ambassador, Aisling Heavey   Self-care is a phrase that is thrown out a lot these days and is something that has a different meaning for everyone. Getting into a self-care routine doesn’t have to be anything big or fancy and can be...
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