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From The42 'There is a player up the road being paid £537,000 a week' - Tears as Bury fans attend club's funeral Sadness

'There is a player up the road being paid £537,000 a week' - Tears as Bury fans attend club's funeral

The supporters, old and young, reflected the sense of community that the club generated at weekends for over 100 years.

From The42 'The most difficult moment of my sporting life' - Nantes coach, fans in tears over Sala's disappearance Sadness

'The most difficult moment of my sporting life' - Nantes coach, fans in tears over Sala's disappearance

Police said on Thursday that the chances of finding the footballer alive were ‘extremely remote’.

From The42 Bayern Munich star was 'a little depressed' after leaving Real on loan Sadness

Bayern Munich star was 'a little depressed' after leaving Real on loan

James Rodriguez endured a slow start to life at the Bundesliga outfit.

Cork kingpins hope to honour late supporter by booking All-Ireland final spot

‘He was a fantastic supporter of the club,’ manager Shane Ronayne said of Ted Linehan.

From TheJournal.ie Colleagues express shock and sadness as Cork councillor dies suddenly Claire Cullinane

Colleagues express shock and sadness as Cork councillor dies suddenly

Tributes were paid to Claire Cullinane, after the news she passed away suddenly emerged today.

From The42 Mikel Arteta breaks down in tears as he says goodbye to Arsenal Sadness This post contains videos

Mikel Arteta breaks down in tears as he says goodbye to Arsenal

A dramatic final-day turnaround saw the Gunners finish second — their best placing since 2004-05.

19 little things that make Irish people sad

All around me are familiar faces, worn out faces…

From TheJournal.ie 'It’s the most wonderful time of the year… is it?' Opinion

'It’s the most wonderful time of the year… is it?'

Many look forward to Christmas and New Year as it is a time to reconnect with family, however, for others, it’s not so easy.

From TheJournal.ie Disney's latest kids' movie has people raving about how good it is Inside Out

Disney's latest kids' movie has people raving about how good it is

It’s a film that’s breaking ground when it comes to emotions.

From TheJournal.ie Tour operator apologises to parents of children killed by faulty boiler Tragedy

Tour operator apologises to parents of children killed by faulty boiler

Christianne and Robert Shepherd died from carbon monoxide poisoning in 2006.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: Postnatal depression filled me with an all-consuming, terrifying and explosive rage Postnatal Depression

Opinion: Postnatal depression filled me with an all-consuming, terrifying and explosive rage

When you think of ‘depression’, feelings of sadness and anxiety might come to mind – but anger is powerful (often overlooked) emotion.

From The42 John Terry: I cried after Chelsea title failure Sadness

John Terry: I cried after Chelsea title failure

The Stamford Bridge outfit finished four points behind champions Manchester City last term.

From TheJournal.ie Sadness at death of student travel pioneer USIT

Sadness at death of student travel pioneer

Ever go on a J1? You have Gordon Colleary, co-founder of Magill magazine, to thank for that.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Sadness has always been a part of living, we need to accept that How To Be Unhappy

Column: Sadness has always been a part of living, we need to accept that

A strange thing happened in the world over the last 50 years: people began to believe that they should feel happy all the time, writes Dr Keith Gaynor.

Read Sir Ian McKellen's touching Facebook post about Philip Seymour Hoffman

He joins the countless other celebrities taking to social media to express their sadness.

From TheJournal.ie Console seminar to help employers identify warning signs of suicide in their employees BREAKING THE SILENCE

Console seminar to help employers identify warning signs of suicide in their employees

The training programme will also help colleagues cope with the aftermath of suicide in the workplace.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Is society finally able to recognise the pain of a miscarriage? Read Me

Column: Is society finally able to recognise the pain of a miscarriage?

Until recent years, miscarriage was not something that was spoken about: it was simply brushed under the carpet. But couples should not be afraid to be open about their grief – talking will help them to heal, writes Deirdre Pierce-McDonnell.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Suicide amongst men is at crisis level, now is the time for action Read Me

Column: Suicide amongst men is at crisis level, now is the time for action

We should be thinking about how we are going to solve Ireland’s problem with suicide -and the first step is trying to communicate, writes Dr Gary McDonald.

From TheJournal.ie Funeral of Bolger brothers takes place in Passage East RIP

Funeral of Bolger brothers takes place in Passage East

The three fishermen brothers who died on Wednesday after their boat capsized were laid to rest today.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Downtown Boston is a crime scene and I’m sitting in my office a few miles away Read Me

Column: Downtown Boston is a crime scene and I’m sitting in my office a few miles away

Having just moved to the US, Jan Schneider had planned to go watch the Boston Marathon. Luckily, other things came up and he never made it. Here’s his account of living in the aftermath of the Boston bombings.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Christmas is a tough time with depression. Here’s what I’m doing about it. Read Me

Column: Christmas is a tough time with depression. Here’s what I’m doing about it.

Garry Williams has never liked Christmas – but this year, he writes, it will be different.

From TheJournal.ie It's official: Irish ranks last for happiness in western Europe Sad Face

It's official: Irish ranks last for happiness in western Europe

Global happiness levels remain high, despite the economic turmoil – just not in Ireland.