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How to deal with work stress #worldWHSday2018
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Anorexia, bulimia and binge-eating are clinical terms that have made their way into common usage. They can be casually thrown around as hyperbole and in some ways have come to represent a collective misunderstanding of what eating disorders are. The associated stereotypes can prove incredibly damaging both in terms of minimising the experience of living with an eating disorder, and contributing to under-recognition among those of us living with behaviours that could be categorised as an eating disorder.
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Santa arrived for our service users last night!
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RTE Presenter Blathnaid Treacy and U2 star Adam Clayton, along with Ireland’s top bloggers will be sharing their selfies on Friday 31st March to launch the new #MindYourSelfie School Resource Packs; our exciting school mental health activity pack. Blathnaid, RTE’s popular Young People’s presenter, is the newest Ambassador for Walk in My Shoes.
http://www.walkinmyshoes.ie/blathnaid-boosting-selfie-steem/

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Our ‘Happiness’ is not just a spontaneous state brought about by the removal of a tyranny or the relief of a misery. It is more than a collection of ‘positive’ views. It is not just a series of pleasures, even though it is impossible to be happy without joys. Happiness is not the product of any particular set of pious instructions on how to live, how to eat or even how to love.

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Make 2017 a year to promote wellbeing in school!
Submit your proposal for Mission Possible before April 6th to enter the School Achievement Awards.
The purpose of Mission Possible is to formally acknowledge contributions by schools across the country. Schools make a valuable contribution to accomplishing the debunking of stigma and the promotion of positive mental health to their young people.
We believe Mission Possible provides a formal process for acknowledging the outstanding achievements by Irish schools by recognising and celebrating these achievements.

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