New year, so what?

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It’s another new year. And so what? The pressure to transform overnight, to resolve all of life’s issues, and to become a new ‘you’, just because the clock struck midnight on December 31st, can feel overwhelming. In 2019, why not let off of the pressure to change and simply ‘be’ instead. Life is a journey, and a new year is … Read More

Christmas: A ‘To Do’ or ‘To Be’ Experience?

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As Christmas approaches some people go all out spending lots of time and money to ensure everything goes smoothly.   For each person, preparing will be different, and may include organising visits, travel arrangements, food preparation, buying clothes, a spiritual dimension, parties and, of course, the gift giving to do.   Motivation may come from a sense of duty, a … Read More

The experience of loneliness at Christmas

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In the run up to Christmas and well into the New Year many people experience loneliness.   The type of loneliness I am referring to is an internal one that no amount of external company can cure.  It is a time where people evaluate their happiness scale on both a conscious and unconscious level which brings about many mixed feelings … Read More

Managing expectations at Christmas

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It really has begun to look a lot like Christmas. Having only been a few short weeks since the clocks have gone back, the dark evenings have well and truly come upon us and that wintery feel has certainly crept in and the season is well underway. As the seasons change, we see our environment change, our routines change, temperatures … Read More

5 scientifically-tested ways to boost your winter wellbeing

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The clocks have gone back, the temperatures are dropping, and the daylight hours feel non-existent. It may feel as if summer is just over, but winter is well and truly here. With the changing of the seasons, it can be more difficult to stay positive and healthy. The urge to pull the curtains and climb into bed, or binge on … Read More

What’s a MURPH??

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Crossfit Limerick is home to some of the most fit and motivated people around. We are thrilled to be able to partner with them for their charity MURPH event going on next Saturday, August 11th!  The “Murph” is a grueling 24 hour workout in memory of fallen US Navy SEAL Michael Murphy. A single round of this “Murph” contains a one … Read More

Making workplace wellbeing a priority

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Millennials, as you may have heard, are changing the way we work. Having grown up during an era in which overwork was glamourised – where 80-hour working weeks merited a pat on the back instead of a concerned intervention, and where productivity was measured on the clock as opposed to by impact – a backlash was somewhat inevitable. Sure enough, … Read More

A journey through mental health and self love

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The sweaty palms, the constant chatter in your brain, the overbearing feeling of unease and self doubt. How do we balance our mental health in a world filled with distractions? My mental health has always been a struggle since a child. I always struggled with how I looked, so much so I believed the mirrors in my house were fake, … Read More

How to be happier in the workplace

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You may love your job, think your colleagues are ace and your boss is the best. Even with all of these things, your job can have its own set of challenges for your mental wellbeing.  We spend a lot of time at work, in many case, more than we do in our own homes and see our colleagues more than … Read More

5 reasons why online therapy might work for you

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While traditionally, therapy was carried out face to face, having the option to talk to your therapist online is becoming a popular choice for a number of reasons. At MyMind, you have the choice of having your session at one of our four centres, or online via video chat, no matter where you’re living in Ireland. You can even do … Read More