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Well I have to start with rugby. I think Joe Schmidt when he was interviewed after the match was fully correct when he said, “it’s a reality check for all of us,” and by that he meant the team and himself as head coach. How true that was. Somehow we, the public, and I expect the team also, felt that we were poised to defeat England. We didn’t at all take into account that England under Jones were bound for revenge, and they got it.
If you are looking for a new challenge and have an interest in martial arts, traditional Japanese culture, or just stretching yourself physically and mentally, then consider taking up a beginners’ course in aikido.
Buccaneers U20s made a winning start to life in the J.P Fanagan Leinster League Division 2 when they put in a splendid second-half performance to defeat Greystones 36-13 at Dubarry Park, Athlone, on Sunday (October 16).
In the second part of a two part series looking at the work carried out by Mindspace Mayo, Colm Gannon spoke to Peadar Gardiner, the project manager about where the service's roots came from and the central role of young people to the service.
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) has now firmly established March as its anti-bullying awareness month, of which our blue Shield is the symbol. Throughout March a series of articles will be run in the Mayo Advertiser looking at the topic.
An information event takes place this evening at 7pm about CAATCH, a new regional, voluntary, initiative to promote physical and mental wellbeing.
Many people have had the odds stacked against them at some stage in their lives. We may have been hit by tragedy, hardship, injustice, illness or loss of some sort but manage to cope. In fact some emerge from major challenges stronger and go on to surmount even greater obstacles.
In response to the recently published Guidelines on Mental Health Promotion and Well-Being in Irish secondary schools, Gairmscoil Mhuire, Athenry has decided to engage this issue in a creative, pro-active manner.
As part of the school calendar in recent years, Moyne College, Ballina have built in Mind Your Mind, a week which aims to promote positive mental health and well-being This year Moyne College is very privileged to have this event launched by past pupil, popular GAA pundit and former Mayo footballer Kevin McStay, who will speak to students and staff about his own personal experiences.
Mullingar could become “a community of resilience” if businesses, individuals, voluntary, and other organisations work together to support positive mental health.