‘I’m Fine’: Behind The Scenes

An Interview with editor Michael Fitzpatrick. During the pandemic, the demand for mental health and suicide prevention services soared. In February of this year, the Central Statistics Office released their fifth ‘Social Impact of Covid-19’ survey. It stated that of those aged between 18 and 34, almost three quarters of those surveyed (1,621) said theContinue reading “‘I’m Fine’: Behind The Scenes”

Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS): Victim Saved By Miracle

In light of recent events with Christian Eriksen, I believe now is a good time to share this documentary in relation to Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) and the importance of CPR training and defibrillators within our communities. This package documents the story of a SADS survivor Tony Cullen, my father, who collapsed during anContinue reading “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS): Victim Saved By Miracle”

Social Media Versus Reality

(Before you read this article, it is important to note that I am not a doctor or healthcare professional – This article is based on my experience with social media, my own research and interviews I conducted.) How do we differentiate between social media and real life? Nowadays, it’s very easy for people to compareContinue reading “Social Media Versus Reality”

Sleep: How Has It Been Affected During Lockdown

Like most of us, I have been spending a lot more time at home and my usual routine has been turned upside down. I am no longer making the daily trip on my bike into the office, no more coffee runs and no more meeting friends at the weekends. Face-to-face meetings in work have beenContinue reading “Sleep: How Has It Been Affected During Lockdown”