September 2, 2016

What does a panic attack feel like?
If you have to ask that question, then you've luckily never experienced one. I can't speak from experience about them either, but a close relative of mine has felt panic attacks in the past, and he's described them to me this way:
Organised by White Diamond Events, the 'Mental Health and Wellbeing Summit' will take place during mental health awareness week on October 14 in the Aviva Stadium.
With mental health issues coming more and more to the forefront in Ireland – the upcoming MiMind 2016 event is extremely important.
On 6 August 1991, the World Wide Web became publicly available. Almost 20 years later, we use the Internet to do practically everything for us. From booking flights to exotic locations, to staying in touch with friends overseas and losing our composure over cat videos.
Elaine Crowley has opened up about suffering with depression and how she has dealt with her demons. The Midday host has always been open about her mental health struggles and she has now spoken out about how she has coped with her insecurities during her darkest hours.
How best to challenge stereotypes of beauty and the ideal body shape? For Canadian artist Allison Tunis, it’s through a colouring book. Her new book, Body Love: A Fat Activism Colouring Book is at the forefront of the Body Positivity movement. The book features icons and activists from the movement, celebrating their overall fabulousness.
My counsellor took a deep breath and looked at me. “Look,” he said, “I have hinted at this before, but I have never felt you were ready to take it on board before now. When did we first see each other?”