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A new gallery is offering hope and practical help to those recovering from mental illness.

30th August, 2008

A new gallery is offering hope and practical help to those recovering from mental illness.

James Quirke was just six years old when he developed a mental illness. A victim of abuse he repressed the memory of it and fell into a quagmire of phobias, depression and substance abuse.

‘‘It was like I was acting all the time, trying to be like everybody else but having this secret,” he says.

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