A Millennial’s Insight

Why did you write this book? The inspiration behind this eBook came from my Dissertation studies, which I completed at the end of April in 2016. Due to the nature of dissertations, they are often rigidly structured and encompass theories and constructs that are alien to those who are unfamiliar to that area of study.…

The Erosion of Trust

Just 36 per cent of the general population in Ireland trusts the government, the media, business and NGOs, according to the Edelman Trust Barometer 2017. This represents a drop of five points since 2016, and sees Ireland in the bottom four countries (along with Russia, Poland and Japan) when it comes to public levels of…

Friendship: An Innate Human

Chuck Noland knew all about what having a friend meant. He knew that friendship was one of the most innate needs that mankind required in order for him to sustain his mental and emotional well being throughout the unknown time period that he strived to survive beyond all human endurance. If those that viewed Noland,…

Scoliosis, The Dáil

The human spine is a complex structure that primarily supports the major organs of the human body whilst also allowing a person to stand up with adequate support. Although the spine is often referred to as a “Back” by most people it is not one long bone like many people come to believe it is.…

Always Stay True

This reflective piece deals with the theme of loss. Loss comes and visits us as an unwelcome stranger, but one cannot escape loss. It seeks us out, finds us, whispers in our ears and teaches us very cruel life lessons. But, I guess, that’s the point. We’re here with all life has to offer. Each…

One Reason Why

Despite friendship being a wing of wellbeing, the people around us are not always the reasons for our existence. In Netflix Hannah Baker`s suicide proved this just as Jesus’ crucifixion did many years before it. Hannah was the new girl in town. She tried to be nice and befriend everyone. As an only child she…