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From The42 'It leaves a massive hole': GAA stars open up on the impact of suicide Good To Talk

'It leaves a massive hole': GAA stars open up on the impact of suicide

Galway’s Conor Whelan and Niall O’Meara of Tipperary spoke about how suicide has impacted on their families.

From TheJournal.ie Irish singles are loving this app that's like a modern version of Blind Date Good To Talk

Irish singles are loving this app that's like a modern version of Blind Date

It encourages people to focus on conversation and personality, only revealing profile pictures after users have been talking for a while.

From The42 8 sporting texts we wish we saw in 2014 Texty

8 sporting texts we wish we saw in 2014

No phones were hacked in the making of this article.

From The42 VIDEO: Jim McGuinness joins GAA, rugby stars to support student mental health campaign Good To Talk This post contains videos

VIDEO: Jim McGuinness joins GAA, rugby stars to support student mental health campaign

Alan Quinlan, John Muldoon, Finian Hanley and Kevin Keane also feature in the “Who would you tell?” campaign.