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As you’ve been hearing this morning, Clare hurling manager, Davy FitzGerald is creating a lot of headlines as he addressed hundreds of students at a mental and physical health seminar at Limerick Institute of Technology. In particular he highlighted the issue of commitment on the players he had at Clare and also his own difficulties growing up. Sean was joined by sports psychologist and former Armagh footballer, Enda McNulty.http://www.rte.ie/radio1/today-with-sean-o-rourke/programmes/2014/0305/600259-today-with-sean-o-rourke-wednesday-5-march-2014/?clipid=1500992
Bullying is a word that is often automatically associated with childhood and the playground...but in the move from school to the world of emplyment, the same tactics can continue and make life equally miserable for an adult in the workplace. In 1996 Dr Mona O’Moore founded Anti Bullying Centre in Trinity College and it has since moved to DCU, incorporating the area of workplace bullying into it remit. Sean was joined in studio by co-ordinator of the workshops there, Genevieve Murray, to look at the causes and impacts of bullying in the workplace and the solutions open to those who may be ...http://www.rte.ie/radio1/today-with-sean-o-rourke/programmes/2013/0909/473117-today-with-sean-o-rourke-monday-9-september-2013/?clipid=1306546
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Catherine's 5-year-old grand-daughter came home from school upset last week after another child called her fat. Catherine tells Joe this kind of casual bullying can last a lifetime. Tom's 37-year-old daughter died from anorexia four years ago. It took her over 15 years to tell him and her mother that it stemmed from being bullied over her body image in secondary school. He tells Joe her death was almost a relief for her in the end because of the horror of anorexia.http://www.rte.ie/radio1/liveline/programmes/2012/1101/354989-liveline-thursday-1-november-2012/?clipid=941916
Giles Martin in conversation with Cathal Murray - Grammy Award winning record producer, musician, composer and ...