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Special Olympics table quiz
When suicide strikes a family and community its impact is far reaching. First of all there is the suddenness of this tragedy, the realisation that the deceased is gone. Then there are funeral arrangements, a wake, the whole shaking hands process to be gone through before they are lowered to their final resting place or their ashes are scattered somewhere meaningful to the deceased and their family.
Today, Friday, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny will officially launch an official protocol Responding to Suicide— a co-ordinated, integrated response for all agencies involved following death by suicide—which has been formulated by the Mayo Suicide Liaison Project, a dedicated service that supports all those who have been affected by suicide.
Noel Hoban sings for Suicide Awareness
Ballyglass Heritage Club annual Autojumble and Auction on Sunday March 24 at Malone's Ballyglass from 11am.
If you would like to improve your confidence, communication and assertiveness skills in a safe supportive environment then you might be interested in attending a six week course in the Family Centre, Chapel Street, Castlebar which takes place for two hours on Thursday mornings, 11am to 1pm starting February 7.
The Enneagram programme is a novel way of trying to understand different kinds of personalities and what makes us tick. Part one of the programme will take place in the Family Centre, Chapel Street, Castlebar over four nights starting on Thursday January 31 from 8pm to 10.30pm.
Mindfulness is a practice that can teach us how to enjoy life to the full and how to relax even when there is a lot of pressure in our lives. It teaches us how to make the most of every day and find contentment even in the routine of each day.