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Why I decided to study Criminology in college Criminology is a relatively new college course in Ireland but one that many people might find interesting

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

How my unexpected gap year helped me grow There are so many things you can do during a gap year, whether you've planned it or not

Why the clean eating movement is harmful to my anorexia recovery volunteer Emma talks about the fitness and clean eating movement on social media and the impact it can have

Why living with OCD is different to what's on social media This volunteer talks about life with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and what it's like day-to-day

Why I decided to run a marathon this year Caitlin always enjoyed running 5km but this year has set herself the challenge of running a marathon

Why I'm happy with my decision not to drink volunteer Caitlin talks about Ireland's drinking culture and why she doesn't drink alcohol

How running helps my physical and mental health Running gives Caitlin a chance to clear her head and lifts her energy levels for the day

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

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