Read an extract from Kevin Barry’s new title, The Heart in Winter
Read an extract from Kevin Barry’s new title, The Heart in Winter

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This enchanting red brick home in Delgany is on the market for €1.6 million
This enchanting red brick home in Delgany is on the market for €1.6 million

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This Blackrock bungalow proves that you can create more space without extending
This Blackrock bungalow proves that you can create more space without extending

Megan Burns

The new COS x Tabata Shibori collection epitomises laid-back summer dressing
The new COS x Tabata Shibori collection epitomises laid-back summer dressing

Sarah Finnan

Polynucleotides: everything to know about the ‘salmon sperm’ injectables
Polynucleotides: everything to know about the ‘salmon sperm’ injectables

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Ask the Doctor: ‘Can a child with chickenpox spread shingles to elderly family members?’
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Celebrate 30 years of Barretstown at their special gala this September
Celebrate 30 years of Barretstown at their special gala this September

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Garden accessories to blend your indoor and outdoor spaces this summer
Garden accessories to blend your indoor and outdoor spaces this summer

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This six-bedroom home with a ‘a Christmas tree forest’ is on the market for €1.25 million
This six-bedroom home with a ‘a Christmas tree forest’ is on the market for €1.25...

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This Howth home has been given a bright, airy refurb
This Howth home has been given a bright, airy refurb

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Why are tears a common female response to anger during a conflict?


by Amy Lynch
14th Dec 2022

Whether it's crying at work because the CEO had dismissed your idea abruptly, or fuming while crying in the loo because your uncle's political views drive you up the wall - why do the tears flow just when we don't need them?

Some people are great at speaking their minds and getting it all off their chest. They see conflict as an opportunity to vent. They feel so much better afterward. Good for them. Not me. In fact, the idea of getting into it with someone makes me feel riddled with anxiety. I’ve always hated conflict, but you’ll be forgiven for never knowing this about me: I hide it well. My conflict spirit animal is the swan:...

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