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All articles by Roisin Murphy


How I felt coming out as bisexual

Roisin talks about the nerves and worry she felt coming out to friends and family, and the relief and support she got

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Why we must keep the Department of Children and Youth Affairs

Roisin talks about the positive impact youth work has on many people's live across Ireland

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Supporting young activists through Youth for Positive Change

SpunOut.ie volunteer reporter Róisín chats about youth activism and the Youth for Positive Change platform

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Tips for talking to a therapist about your mental health

It can be difficult to open up to a therapist or counsellor, but some of Roisin's tips may make the process easier

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Why it's ok to feel disappointed about the impact of COVID-19

Roisin talks about how why her final days of college are quite different to what they should be, and why it's ok to be sad about it

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Tips for keeping your body and mind active during the Covid-19 pandemic

SpunOut.ie volunteer Roisin has a few tips for activities to do at home to help your physical and mental health

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How SpunOut.ie's Action Panel has helped my confidence

Roisin has been on the Action Panel for three years and shares the amazing experiences she's had

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Why we need more inclusive and positive sex education

SpunOut.ie reporter Roisin shares the main talking points from the Youth Work Ireland Positive Sexual Health Conference

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Volunteering with Barretstown was a life changing experience

Roisin talks about the magical experience she had volunteering with children, teenagers and adults

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My experience at the International Youth Reporter Training in Vienna

Roisin recently travelled to Vienna for this training and says it was one of the best experiences of her life.

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