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‘Ask for Angela’ begins rolling out across Ireland
Courses for people experiencing mental health difficulties
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Help develop online mental health services
Skills & Training
How to support a friend doing exams
Dealing with exam results anxiety
Applying for jobs
Jobseeker’s Allowance and Jobseeker’s Benefit
What is a P60?
Finding a job
Sample cover letter
The effects of social media on mental health
11 reasons to get an STI test
Watch: 5 simple things to make in your microwave
List of free STI clinics in Ireland
9 tips to increase your safety, security and privacy online
Places to turn to and resources to use if you are experiencing bullying
All you need to know about contactless cards, Apple Pay and Android Pay
Harnessing the internet for good
Signing on for Social Welfare Credits
Alcohol & Drugs
Transitioning from school to college
Society needs to stop the stigma on mental health
5 great documentaries on climate change
Will you shift my friend?
How to help a friend dealing with addiction to alcohol
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10 tips on how to reduce stress
Simple ideas to relieve stress
Antidepressants are used to treat a range of mental health conditions
Bibliotherapy: reading for therapeutic purposes
Find out more about the role books can play in improving your health
Tips on stopping social media from your affecting your self esteem
Do you feel social media puts unrealistic pressure on your body image?
What is Jigsaw?
Find out more about the youth mental health service
5 ways to deal with pressure
Twotube presenters Stephen and Blathnaid share their tips
5 ways to wake up feeling happy
Need some tips to put some pep in your step first thing?
From negative to positive thinking
Méabh shares her tips on how to overcome negative thinking
How can I tell that someone is thinking of suicide?
Most people experiencing emotional pain show signs of distress
Who is at risk of suicide?
Suicidal thoughts or feelings don’t arrive out of the blue
Common myths about suicide
There are a lot of misconceptions about people who have suicidal thoughts or who die by suicide
Know Self Harm
Check out our new campaign on understanding and managing self harm, and how and where to get help
“I would cry myself to sleep at night”
“I’m fine…” - Living with depression and anxiety
“No matter the situation, just please talk to someone”
What is counselling and how can it help?
Alcohol and mental health
What is Jigsaw?
Traveller Counselling Service
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