We’ve all heard the term ‘dream job’ but some of us don’t have a clue what we want to do, or we’re stuck in a rut career-wise. Whether you’re a student or working away, how can you figure out what you want to do? Qualified career coach, Angela Burke, explains how to find your dream […]
A young Longford man is organising an event to help end mental health stigma. Shane Reid is holding a ‘Walk and Talk for See Change’ this Saturday morning, May 18th at Leebeen Park, Aughnacliffe, Co Longford. Some well-known faces will be there, including comedians Farmer Michael and Kathleen and actor Joe Rooney. See Change is […]
At least one young, fit and healthy person will collapse and die before the end of this week from Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD). CRY Ireland is asking the public to help Save Young Lives. CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) is an Irish charity that facilitates free cardiac assessments and support to individuals and families […]
You might have seen people wearing green ribbons lately – it’s because May is mental health awareness month. But a mental health expert says mental health awareness is more than just wearing a ribbon. Joe O’Brien is the creator of the Instagram page and podcast Head First. He has an undergraduate degree in psychology and […]
Have you ever heard of The Blue Zones? They’re a number of places in the world where people live longer than anywhere else. They live not only longer lives, but better lives. Dr Ciara Kelly says there’s lessons we can take from The Blue Zones and apply them to our own lives.
May 10th is Guide Dog Day. The Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind is holding a one day national fundraising day today. The event aims to change the lives of those who are vision impaired and the families of children with autism. Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind is a national charity dedicated to helping […]
Jenna Fitzgerald is a Sligo woman in her early 30s. In 2014, at the age of 27 she suffered a spinal cord injury after diving into a swimming pool in Spain. With her life turned upside down and struggling to regain her independence, Jenna made a suicide attempt. She tells Louise on The Hub how […]
The former Waterford hurling manager is calling on sports coaches and managers to talk openly about mental health to their young teams. Derek McGrath is an ambassador for Electric Ireland and Pieta House for Darkness Into Light 2019, which is taking place on Saturday.
With Darkness Into Light happening on May 11th, Louise spoke to Dr Ciara Kelly, medical doctor and health and wellness blogger at The Irish Balance, about minding our mental health.
A listener called Michelle text into The Hub looking for advice as her ex just got a job in her workplace. Louise got onto relationship expert Sharon Kenny from The Matchmaker.ie