Visit the Aware website for information on depression & bipolar disorder

The Survival Guide aims to help you navigate the difficult challenges in life, whether at home, in school, at college or in work. The book contains information on dealing with lots of different issues including; mental health problems, exam stress, finding a job, sexual health, alcohol & drugs, healthy living, bullying and much more.  It’s free too, check it out on:

Tusla Child and Family Agency in conjunction with Barnardos, have an anti-bullying resource for parents, check out:

The Irish Hospice Foundation have a number of bereavement leaflets available online covering a range of issues from grief affecting children to the death of a pet. Go to:

The Mental Health Ireland website has tons of information on caring for your mental health & downloadable booklets to help with anxiety, stress & building resilience. is an online youth mental health service which provides information on the many and varied issues that affect young people today. It also gives great tips on how to mind your mental health. Check it out on:

LGBT Ireland is an excellent resource for anyone with questions about their sexuality or that of a loved one. They provide support in the form of information, phone, instant messaging and peer support groups. Find them on:

A couple of good articles to read if you are struggling to understand your or someone else’s depression or anxiety:
Discovering the secrets of depression:
Understanding anxiety:

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