14
Jan

A Day in the Life of My Self Care Plan By Aisling

    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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13
Jan

‘The in-between is mine I am mine’ (Pearl Jam) By Eamonn Moloney

  ‘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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12
Jan

Make 2022 the Year for You By Lauren Gaffney

    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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11
Jan

Looking After Yourself in the New Year By Aisling Heavey

      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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10
Jan

Living with Bipolar Disorder By Bernadette Crawford

Living with Bipolar Disorder by See Change Ambassador, Bernadette Crawford “Life can be fairly chaotic living with Bipolar disorder. Struggling through the lows of depression and the highs of mania.  However, through it all I attempt to stay on the ‘bus’ of life, maintain my self-care and eventually it all passes and I live a...
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22
Dec

Panic Attacks at Christmas By Becky Meenaghan

Panic Attacks at Christmas by See Change Ambassador, Becky Meenaghan A few Christmases ago I found myself physically, mentally and emotionally unwell. I had little to no energy and anything that I took part in seemed like an uphill struggle. I didn’t know at the time that what I was experiencing was anxiety, panic attacks...
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22
Dec

Surviving Christmas when you’re feeling unwell By Lucie Kavanagh

Surviving Christmas when you’re feeling unwell  by See Change Ambassador, Lucie Kavanagh “The world’s asleep,’ Moomintroll thought. ‘It’s only I who am awake and sleepless. It’s only I who have to wander and wander, day after day and week upon week, until I too become a snowdrift that no one will even know about.”  ― Tove Jansson, Moominland Midwinter  On the year that...
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22
Dec

How to navigate having an Eating Disorder at Christmas By Sheila Naughton

How to navigate having an Eating Disorder at Christmas by See Change Ambassador, Sheila Naughton     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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16
Dec

Reminder to Rest By Daniela Ferro

Reminder to Rest by See Change Ambassador, Daniela Ferro Breathe in, 1, 2, 3, 4 Hold, 1, 2, 3, 4 Breath out, 1, 2, 3, 4 Hold, 1, 2, 3, 4 Sometimes resting can mean just to do this quick exercise for a few cycles of breathing. When the kids scream too loud or the...
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