The Lifelong Crusade for (Lasting) Happiness: A Personal Reflection by Giselle Marrinan

THE LIFELONG CRUSADE FOR (LASTING) HAPPINESS: A PERSONAL REFLECTION Giselle Marrinan   From: Mental Health For Millennials Vol.3 On Happiness. Published by Book Hub Publishing. Galway, Ireland. (2019).   “Don’t let your happiness depend on something you may lose.” -C. S. Lewis   The Wake-up Call My search for happiness, indeed lasting happiness, came from…

‘Pittsburgh and Ireland – The Connection Continues’ By Janice Lane Palko

Pittsburgh and Ireland – The Connection Continues By Janice Lane Palko   According to U.S. Census data, approximately one in six Pittsburghers is of Irish ancestry, making them the area’s second-largest nationality following only the Germans. With numerous politicians, clergy, business and sports figures of Irish descent in our history; one of the nation’s largest…

About Autism

About Autism By Dr. Niall MacGiolla Bhuí I’ve just completed co-editing a book on the theme of autism and how one family, Áine and Gerry Crosse, in the west of Ireland, are navigating their way in life with not one, but three of their children who have been diagnosed on the autism spectrum. To say…

‘The Man On The Bus’ Written by By Mary Teresa Madden Book Review by Dr. Phil Noone   Good morning everyone. I’ve Mary Madden’s beautiful new book beside me, titled: “The Man on the Bus”. I first read it four weeks ago when on a weekend of Mindfulness study in Dublin. I couldn’t think of…