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Managing Our Mental Health in Lockdown

This week on Alive and Kicking Clare McKenna speaks to relationship specialist David Kavanagh to...

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10.00 3 May 2020


Managing Our Mental Health in Lockdown



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10.00 3 May 2020


This week on Alive and Kicking Clare McKenna speaks to relationship specialist David Kavanagh to discuss how we can improve our communications skills with our partners as we continue our lives under the Covid-19 restrictions. Stephen Weinmann, owner of BikeRowSki and Performance Therapy Ireland speaks to Clare about his attempt - along with his BikeRowSki followers - to remotely travel around the coast of Ireland (all 3,171 kilometers of it) in 24 hours in aid of front-line workers currently battling the Covid-19 pandemic. We also hear from Niall Breslin to get his perspective on how Covid-19 might affect us as a society in the long run and how we might be able to learn and grow as a result of the current crisis.

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