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# Healing

Last month
August 2023
Therapist: It's been a summer of tragedy and loss for many young people
Monica Jackman says it’s been a tough summer for young people in this country with tragic losses – she has some gentle advice for anyone grieving.
Peter Flanagan: Curing my stage fright - with meditation, therapy and hypnosis
The comedian looks at his crushing stage fright over the years and the many ways he tackled it.
This year
O'Connor 'still hoping' to be fit for League final after picking up slight knee issue
The Mayo star says it could be ‘too tight’ for him to regain his fitness in time.
TJ Reid: 'I more than likely won’t feature in the league with the few injuries I have'
The star forward has been resting since helping Ballyhale Shamrocks to All-Ireland glory in January.
Last year
Therapist: A reflection on Creeslough and the grief of a community
Mary Spring looks at the grief endured by the people of Creeslough after the explosion.
Opinion: Are you in a controlling or co-dependent relationship? Would you consider therapy?
Therapist Margaret Parkes has advice for anyone concerned they may be living in a toxic relationship.
Ukraine mark first game since Russia invasion with friendly win
Goals from Mykhaylo Mudryk and Oleksandr Pikhalyonok helped their side to victory over Borussia Monchengladbach.
'We were extremely devastated' - Losing out on Cork seven-in-a-row to All-Ireland bid
Reigning All-Ireland champions Mourneabbey are hoping to retain their crown this weekend.
Pogba's injury return set to be delayed by a month due to slow recovery
The 28-year-old has been suffering from a thigh injury.
All time
Wellness Wednesday: 'Anxiety isn’t only in your head' - an occupational therapist says the body holds the key
Mental Health Occupational Therapist Michelle Murray says we can freeze up at times like this, but there are simple ways to ease stress.
Opinion: We lost our baby son, it changed our lives, but our grief has helped us grow
Justin Caffrey describes the loss of his baby son, Joshua and says his son taught him how to live in the moment.
'I am alive and I am grateful' - NFL star speaks for first time since losing arm after car accident
Miami Dolphins’ Kendrick Norton says he has accepted that he will not be able to play again.
An American in Ireland: 'Thank you Ireland - you've helped to heal my broken heart'
Ireland is gloriously beautiful but it’s the people who helped me heal after losing my husband, writes Kathleen Maloney.
The hole in the ozone layer is getting smaller
Which is a good thing.
Concerns over Dublin visit of religious group claiming it set a child with autism 'free from demons'
Autism advocacy groups have protested against the event.
Healy 'progressing nicely' as Ireland look to keep the pressure off
Joe Schmidt’s backroom team are ‘giving him the best opportunity’ to prove his World Cup fitness.
Martin: 'Crisis of the sexual abuse of children in the church not a chapter of the past'
The Archbishop said that the Catholic Church must “do more” to help victims of abuse.