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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
SpunOut.ie volunteer Ryan shows how to make this quick and delicious meal for breakfast or lunch
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
How to stay motivated and achieve your goals
Conor shares his thoughts on setting and achieving yout goals.
6 tips for raising an issue with your boss
It can be scary to approach your boss about an issue you're having in work, but these tips might help.
How to get informed before the elections
If you're unsure who to vote for in the European and local elections, here are some tips for finding out more about the candidates.
Why it's so important to talk about consent
Consent must be ongoing, mutual, freely given and enthusiastic.
How I developed my confidence over the years
Jasmine talks about her confidence journey and how she got to where she is today
What are the powers and responsibilities of a county councillor
Andrew looks at why it's so important to have your say in who your county councillor is
Why #thistimeimvoting in the European elections
Ross talks about the importance of voting in the European Elections and why young people should have their voice heard
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