Tuesday 6 December 2016

Thanks, Michael, for taking the fight to those vicious online bullies

Published 16/02/2013 | 06:00

Hats off: Michael O’Leary dressed up like a cardinal when Ryanair began operating flights to Rome Campino
Hats off: Michael O’Leary dressed up like a cardinal when Ryanair began operating flights to Rome Campino
Pic Shows.. Feature on Erin Wade from Birkenhead, about Food Disorders.
**** NO REPRODUCTION FEE **** DUBLIN : 11/02/2013 : Pioneering new Teen Programme to tackle Low Self-Esteem as part of Eating Disorders Awareness Week, February 11th 17th 2013. SeeMySelf - a pioneering new online therapy programme has been launched by Bodywhys the Eating Disorders Association of Ireland to support teenagers with self-esteem issues and to help prevent these developing into eating disorders or other related psychological problems. The launch of SeeMySelf marks the first time in the world that this type of e-therapy has been introduced for young people with eating disorders. The programme has been developed for Bodywhys by SilverCloud Health, an innovative Irish technology company specialising in computerised therapeutic / wellness programmes which healthcare professionals and organisations use to provide care and support to patients and clients. SeeMySelf will be available on request from www.bodywhys.ie.Pictured (l-r) at the launch of SeeMySelf online program were members of the Sheevawn musical theatre group Bray Isabella Vance, Becca Barnes, Fiona Flynn, Bodywhys Youth Development Officer, Adam O'Gorman, James Bligh, Chief Technical Officer, SilverCloud Health, Peter Concannon, Healy Dillion and Dillion Waters. Picture Conor McCabe Photography. Media Contact : Tim Kinsella, MKC Communications 01 703 8600
Pic Shows.. Feature on Erin Wade from Birkenhead, about Food Disorders.

Okay. Here's a rather embarrassing, dare I say even slightly humiliating, confession to make – I have developed something of a man-crush on Michael O'Leary.

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Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying it's anything weird or twisted or freaky, it's just a growing sense of admiration for a man who most likely revels in the fact that he is one of the most reviled people in the country.

And why do I have so much time for the guy?

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