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Friday 17 March, 2017

An American in Ireland: 'Thank you Ireland - you've helped to heal my broken heart'
# Opinion
# Opinion

An American in Ireland: 'Thank you Ireland - you've helped to heal my broken heart'

Mar 17th 2017, 7:30 PM 886 Views 35 Comments

Ireland is gloriously beautiful but it’s the people who helped me heal after losing my husband, writes Kathleen Maloney.

Saturday 29 November, 2014

Column: The power and beauty in exploring other cultures
# Dreams
# Dreams

Column: The power and beauty in exploring other cultures

Nov 29th 2014, 7:00 PM 47 Views 8 Comments

Travelling has given me so much and enriched my life in so many ways – and it’s the people who I’ve met that I remember most.

Wednesday 30 July, 2014

Opinion: A loved one’s death is devastating, but you must allow yourself to rebuild your life
# Grief
# Grief

Opinion: A loved one’s death is devastating, but you must allow yourself to rebuild your life

Jul 30th 2014, 12:52 PM 2,683 Views 12 Comments

After losing my husband, I promised myself I would be open to new things and accept my new life.

Thursday 15 May, 2014

Opinion: My husband refused to believe he had bipolar disorder, and denial destroyed him
# Opinion
# Opinion

Opinion: My husband refused to believe he had bipolar disorder, and denial destroyed him

May 15th 2014, 7:30 PM 86,634 Views 191 Comments

I felt trapped at times and constantly grieved the loss of the person I once knew, the happy life we once had and the many dreams we once shared.

Tuesday 1 April, 2014

Column: 'I felt an immediate kinship' – my journey of discovery in Ireland
# Home And Away
# Home And Away

Column: 'I felt an immediate kinship' – my journey of discovery in Ireland

Apr 1st 2014, 1:00 PM 285 Views 24 Comments

My father often mentioned that I might go to visit Ireland, the land of our ancestors one day. It never occurred to me that I actually would, writes Kathleen Maloney.