Orlagh Reid regularly shares her passion and expertise by contributing to national media publications, feature articles and podcasts in Ireland on a range of topics. She has collaborated with journalists from a range of publications such as The Sunday Business Post, The Irish Times, The Independent, The Irish Examiner, Woman’s Way Magazine, Stellar Magazine, Irish Farmers Journal, Irish Country Living and KFM Radio. Orlagh has written published articles for The Kildare Times, RollerCoaster.ie, MummyPages.ie and The IACP Journal.
I love collaborations and contributing to engaging articles, media, online content and podcasts that your audience wants and needs to hear about. I am available to write pitches, feature articles for your publication and expert professional quotes.
Get in touch by email, firstname.lastname@example.org or for a quick last-minute quote and journo request, contact me directly at 00353-866011596. If you want to read more, check out the latest articles about sex, intimacy, relationships and addiction recovery on my blog at www.orlaghreid.ie/blog/
RECENT MEDIA CONTRIBUTIONS
Stellar Magazine: We Need to talk about Vaginismus
The Irish Independent: ‘Let’s talk about the L-word: ‘I think more Irish women than not are struggling with libido and desire’ by Tanya Sweeney.
The Irish Examiner: ‘Seasonal Affective Disorder: How to cope with SAD or winter depression.’
The Irish Times. ‘Overeating, comfort drinking: The pesky pandemic habits that are still with us.’
The Sunday Business Post. ‘The hidden addiction: Why experts believe compulsive sexual behaviour is a growing problem in Irish society.
The Irish Examiner. ‘Losing my libido: Is my mental health affecting my sex drive?’
The Irish Times. ‘First dates: How to deal with post-lockdown intimacy anxiety and low libido.’ 2021
Stellar Magazine. Can Regular Exercise Lead To A Better Sex Life? Here’s What The Experts Say.
Irish Country Living Magazine. ‘Dear Miriam, I found out that my husband is watching porn.’
The Kildare Times. ‘The key to emotional health.’
The Kildare Times. Mental health and well-being in everyday life.
Irish County Living Magazine. ‘Dear Miriam; I am an addict living a double life and I feel so alone.‘