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How I learned to manage my depression Conor describes what depression feels like for him and what his journey with depression has been like

Looking after yourself when experiencing emotional abuse Emotional abuse happens when someone constantly threatens, teases, bullies, humiliates, intimidates, calls you worthless or betrays you.

How to make the most of your time in college It's natural to be nervous about starting college, but there are things you can do to enjoy yourself more in college

How to make scrambled tofu volunteer Ryan shows how to make this quick and delicious meal for breakfast or lunch

Helping students with health issues during the Leaving Cert Katie argues that more needs to be done for students with health issues during the Leaving Cert

Is the government doing enough on the climate crisis? writer Criodán looks at the government's inaction on climate change and why more needs to be done

Living with a disability and overcoming obstacles "The Disabled Gamer" gives a glimpse into how he thinks about his disability

Why I started caring about the climate emergency Growing up, Edi was not very interested in environmental issues, but he shares why that's changed recently

Why we need young voices to shape our political conversation Sárán talks about running in the local elections and what he learned from the experience

'Breaking the Seal' - a podcast about students' attitude to alcohol in Ireland Aoife talks to students and professionals in Dublin City University about Ireland's drinking culture

Why it's important to reduce the stigma around self harm Anna talks about why stigma is so harmful and ways she found to support a friend who was self harming

How my friends helped me when I was self harming Grainne shares her experience with self harm and talks about some ways her friends helped her