Real Bodies: A look inside what it means to be human

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A few weeks ago (after putting it off repeatedly), my girlfriend and I attended Real Bodies in the Ambassador Theatre in Dublin. For anyone who doesn’t know, Real Bodies is an exhibition of real human bodies opened up, showcasing what’s inside each and every one of us, and how we all work.

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21 Misconceptions about depression

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Two days ago, Chester Bennington, the lead singer of Linkin Park, committed suicide. He killed himself by hanging. Chester was just 41 years old. I was a huge fan of Linkin Park when I was younger. My brother and I would listen to their album all the time, on our tiny MP3 players.

One of the reasons I set up this blog was to write about mental health and my own experiences with depression, anxiety, etc. I hadn’t planned on writing a post about depression so soon, but then the news of Chester’s death broke, and after reading that a guitarist from Korn called Chester “a coward”, I felt the need to write this. Here are some common misconceptions about depression.

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The Sean With A Fada “Official(-ish) Guide to Summer” – The good, the bad, and the sunny

We’ve been having some great weather the past few weeks and it got me thinking about summer. I have mixed feelings. While everyone seems to love the (relatively) nice weather, the season also has a lot of low points. Here’s my official(-ish) guide to summer.
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