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Supporting the mind as well as the body during Coeliac Awareness Week

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Mental health and wellbeing will be on the menu, alongside all manner of gluten free goodies, at this year’s Coeliac Awareness Week, which takes place from May 10 to 14.

Supporting the mind and body during forthcoming Coeliac Awareness Week

Mental health and wellbeing will be on the menu – alongside all manner of gluten free goodies – at this year’s Coeliac Awareness Week 2021 (10-14 May).

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GPA’s 2021 Rookie Camp

‘There were chapters in my twenties where I could have been a bit like Luke’

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WHEN THE email arrived, asking Fiachna Ó Braonáin to audition for a part in TG4’s long running soap Ros ns Rún, his first thought was “Again?”

Four key skills to improve your emotional intelligence

Q: I keep hearing about emotional intelligence. It seems to be a key skill managers seek in their employees. I have a general idea of what it is. But, how do I bring this out of me and even improve on it? (BC, email).

Four key skills to improve your emotional intelligence

Q: I keep hearing about emotional intelligence. It seems to be a key skill managers seek in their employees. I have a general idea of what it is. But, how do I bring this out of me and even improve on it? (BC, email).

€500,000 allocated for mental health services in NUIG and GMIT

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Almost €500,000 has been allocated to NUI Galway and the GMIT to recruit additional student counsellors and assistant psychologists.

Living with loss during the Covid-19 pandemic

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Everybody loved Mary Burke (not her real name). She always had a kind word for people and was ready to help anyone in need. She babysat neighbours' children, attended every funeral in the village, baked cakes for sales of work, and was very involved with her local church and community.

Keeping hope alive in challenging times

We can learn a lot from previous generations. Think about our ancestors who survived the Famine, wars, high child mortality rates, poor medical care and working conditions, the scourge of TB, and shortage of money.

Keeping hope alive in challenging times

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We can learn a lot from previous generations. Think about our ancestors who survived the Famine, wars, high child mortality rates, poor medical care and working conditions, the scourge of TB, and shortage of money.

 

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