Pádraig O’Moráin: Do we take labelling generations too seriously? Does it cause any harm?
We are dealing with war, rampant inflation and climate crisis – yet some of us feel bad because we have not performed perfectly. Are we mad?
Minister for Education recently announced a €5m programme of counselling supports for primary school children. It is overdue not just by years, but by decades
For most of, a positive, friendly relationship between colleagues can put a smile on our faces
Studies show domestic violence and murder often rooted in a need to control
We are embedded in many social networks. Employers need to do all they can to ensure that the network in the office is an affirming experience
Verbal abuse is destructive and cruel, destroying the wellbeing of those targeted
If you have a dependence – if the drink hasn’t loosened its grip since Covid waned – it’s worth considering your options
The pandemic brought new ways of working for many and clearer perspectives on life - the Great Resignation is no surprise
'I’m sorry for your loss' acknowledges what a bereaved person is going through
Comfort eating is okay so long as you don’t stuff yourself with it
Whether a transgender person shouts it from the rooftops or whispers it, courage is and probably always will be needed
Loneliness, bad in terms of physical and mental health, may be an accelerating trend
Padraig O’Morain: Abuse has no age limits
Padraig O’Morain: Our human spirit can help us cope with events like Covid and war