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My top 5 tips to relax when feeling anxious

Switching off can be difficult when dealing with anxiety. Have you tried any of these ways to relax?

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Bodily autonomy in Ireland today - is the personal now political?

Katy talks about sharing stories on abortion rights, rape culture and LGBTI+ issues

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Is our school system moving forward with us?

Does school teach young people about the real world and being yourselves?

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Alcohol and drug abuse projects at YSI SpeakOut Tour 2018 reporter Sarah focuses on two important projects from the Louth YSI SpeakOut Tour

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The power play for online privacy: A feminist perspective

Are we oversharing online or is it helpful to share?

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Searching for the key to unlock my mental pain

What are the keys to helping your mental health?

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If you’ve been bullied, it’s important to talk to a professional

One reader talks about how being bullied impacted them and how professionals can help

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YSI Speak Out Tour 2018 Dún Laoghaire

See the highlights of the YSI projects 2018

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‘Comprehend Before You Send’ project from Coláiste Bríde

Sextortion is a rising issue for young people - this YSI project seeks to address this.

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Why wearing a helmet is so important for young people

Young cyclists are at risk of brain injuries - be safe and wear a helmet

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Smile For Me - A mental health instagram project

What makes you smile? No filters, no edits. Just real people with real smiles. Let's make 2018 happy.

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