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Why talking about sex is so important Caitlin always makes an effort to have open and honest conversations about sex to help friends feel comfortable

My advice for talking about politics with friends volunteer Aaron gives four useful tips for having interesting and respectful conversations about politics

My advice for travelling and working abroad volunteer Hannah spent time working abroad and has some tips for making the most of the experience

Working as a camp counsellor can help build important life skills Isabel talks about the important skills she learned that will help with any job in the future

My favourite alcohol-free activities in Dublin volunteer Niamh has some ideas for fun activities you can do around Dublin that don't revolve around drinking

Practical CBT skills I use to help with panic attacks Laura looks at how ´╗┐Cognitive Behavioural Therapy works and some skills to practice day to day to help your mental health

My tips for supporting a friend who does not drink Chloe has some practical tips for supporting your friends on a night out if they're not drinking

My advice for changing to a plant based lifestyle Chloe has been a vegetarian for two years and has some advice for anyone thinking of going vegan or vegetarian

My tips for healthier eating and exercising in college These tips can help you save money and time while also staying healthy

How counselling has helped with my suicidal thoughts Cliodhna shares some of the practical skills she has learned in counselling this year

The best steps to take to record your own podcast After doing a podcast for a year in college, Ross has some tips for getting started

7 tips for dealing with homesickness Whether you're moving county or moving continent, everyone can feel homesick at some stage

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