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Olive O'Connor #STAYSAFE 🙏 10 May 19
“It’s okay to say you’re not okay” It’s important for us all to remember to ask people if they are okay too. We’re all human 💛
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Enda Young 10 May 19
From darkness into light. Hundreds of people walking into the dawn in and thousands all around the world at 200 venues this morning for A powerful event for suicide prevention
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Sharon Dunne 11 May 19
59th INF Group UNDOF in Syria taking part in darkness into light well done guys 💛
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Brian Murphy 10 May 19
Huge crowd just set out for Darkness into Light Drogheda - brilliant support
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Rathmullan Info 12 May 19
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Amy Q. Redmond 11 May 19
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Fianna Fáil 11 May 19
“Youth mental health remains a serious public health problem in Dublin without greater investment in services & investment in our young people.” - candidate in Cabra-Glasnevin . Read in full:
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Maria G Lindsay 10 May 19
is being able to see that there is light, despite all the darkness
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Dublin Fire Brigade 11 May 19
Skerries firefighters supporting the local walk for at 0415 this morning. Great turnout from across the community for a great cause
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Mary Mc Eneaney 11 May 19
Workplace bullying contributes hugely to suicide in Ireland. Cross-Party effort needed to amnend equality & employment legislation to ensure people cannot be discriminated against on basis of mental health. @jimdalytd
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Maria G Lindsay 10 May 19
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Maria G Lindsay 10 May 19
Congratulations and very well done to all the organisers and volunteers.
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Dublin GAA 11 May 19
Our Senior Footballers were up early this morning to support 💛🌅
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Deirdre McDaid 10 May 19
Wonderful walk at Derry Hope is real
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Dr. Eddie Murphy 11 May 19
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Rosemary McCarthy 11 May 19
Some pictures from Thanks to all who walked for their co-operation and patience. Thanks to all our volunteer stewards -we could not do it without you. Organising Committee.
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Michael O'Neill 11 May 19
Humbled to take part in at Hannahstown and inspiring to see so many people of various ages walk in support of the work being done by to raise awareness for mental health
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Tracey Treanor 11 May 19
Well done to all who took part this morning (last year photo below) look after your mental health and remember your not alone, talk to family or friends. A problem shared is a problem halved. 💛
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Rebecca Higgins 10 May 19
supporting and raising awareness for suicide and mental health one step at a time ❤️
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Robert Keenan 10 May 19
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