Green Ribbon Imapct Report 2019

Green Ribbon Impact Report 2019

See Change’s 7th annual Green Ribbon Campaign Our Green Ribbon Impact Report for 2019 is now available. The launch of See Change’s 7th annual Green Ribbon Campaign kicked off this year in two locations, The Mansion House, Dublin and The Shine Cork Resource Centre. Over 500,000 ribbons were distributed showing Irelands call for mental health...
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Turmoil by Adrian Yeates

          My mind is in turmoil, There’s a weight on my chest. I lie in bed all day, but I get no rest. The things I used to do with relative ease, Now terrify me and make me freeze. When I close my eyes, I’ll never be free, Demons and devils...
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Dark Thought in Daylight by Lucie Kavanagh

Dark Thoughts in Daylight   “It is not seen as insane when a fighter, under an attack that will inevitable lead to his death, chooses to take his own life first. In fact, this act has been encouraged for centuries, and is accepted even now as an honorable reason to do the deed. How is...
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3T’s (Turn the Tide of Suicide) conduct new research into suicide prevention

As part of world Suicide prevention day, we reached out to 3T’s to help support the important work they are doing. Below is information on research conducted into suicide prevention along with a current study-taking place. Please read below for more information from 3T’s. – PARTICIPANTS SOUGHT FOR NEW RESEARCH ON Accessing help for self-harm...
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Back to Square One by Lucie Kavanagh

Back to Square One   Time takes on its own meaning.  There are minutes and hours and there is no real difference between them.  A minute.  An hour.  You’re still sitting, waiting.  You think of something.  It seems important.  It drifts away.  It’s not possible.  It never was. You need to eat.  There’s nothing you...
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Inpatient by Jess McCaul

Diary   I spent two years fighting for inpatient treatment. Two years trying to get the specialized care I knew I needed because outpatient treatment just wasn’t working. It was like I was swimming against the current and was barely keeping afloat. Inpatient treatment was the life jacket I needed to save myself from drowning...
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