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Aishling O'Toole May 17
With elections looming just remember what these did to good people! This very woman made me sick when I seen her post about on she doesn't give a shite about our mental health. Especially when they near ruined a decent guard who was doing his job right.
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Joan Freeman May 11
Well done to all the volunteers all over the world for this incredible achievement. And to the hundreds of thousands of men women and children who walked from the dark into the light. Be so very proud of yourselves
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Bulelani Mfaco May 11
Dear Ms Fitzgerald, A young woman from South Korea hanged herself in a Direct Provision centre in Cork leaving behind a 6 year old boy. You were Minister for Justice and Equality presiding over asylum system when this happened.
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DCU May 11
Delighted to see such a great turn out for , congrats to all involved!
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Jonathan Sugarman May 11
Still waiting for your call, - fighting for transparency and integrity etc'
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Frances Fitzgerald MEP May 10
A very early start this morning for the Sandymount-Ringsend Incredibly moving experience.
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Simon Coveney May 10
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Norah Casey May 11
1/6 We need a brighter future because nearly 400 people leave this world every year believing at that moment there is no future. When people are in crisis they need crisis intervention, instead it is the mental health services that are in crisis.
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Cork's RedFM May 10
Huge crowds building in Cobh ahead of this years Darkness into Light walk. Cork’s RedFM are proud media partner of walks across the county. Are you walking this morning? Let us know where!
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RTÉ 2FM May 10
Thousands have turned out in Limerick for 💛
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RTÉ 2FM May 10
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Kate May 11
The first time I did DIL I was 16, had already attended Pieta House for self harm and suicide and was only a beginning my journey with depression, now 5 years later I’m half way through a degree in mental health and get to help others in the same position ✨
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A Lust For Life May 11
Huge congratulations to everyone who walked together from Darkness into Light
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Liadh Ní Riada May 11
Over a thousand people took part in Darkness into Light in the Gaeltacht village of Baile Mhuirne. Amazing community effort, amazing community spirit. Our light footsteps on a quiet rural Irish road chorused the message - you are not alone.
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Eoghan McDermott May 10
Hope that wherever you walked & for whatever reason, it was a great morning for you. Bray was beautiful. The last photo of the two girls stuck with me. Thanks Glen for your continued support & the absolute heroes of for helping our country x
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Ireland In The EU May 11
Soft day for a gentle early morning Darkness Into Light walk in Brussels Cinquantenaire Park today. 875 people walked in support of mental health awareness.
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Rothco Jun 7
The dust has settled on but the importance of the event still resonates. With the help of Director Zak Razvi, we were honoured to tell the story of Johnny & Gertie Fox, a couple who lost their son to suicide in 2009 & helped to create a global movement.
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Dr. Eddie Murphy May 11
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Cool FM May 10
An incredibly inspiring morning. Over 600 people woke up in the small hours to help in the fight against suicide and self-harm by taking part in Ballymena’s Darkness Into Light walk. It’s ok to not be ok 💛🌅🚶‍♂️
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Irish Embassy Belgium May 11
Thank you everyone 👏🏻🤝🕯 ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩⁩ & enjoy the home movie by my talented colleague ⁦⁩ 😇⁦
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