After an emergency meeting of nursing staff in St Ita’s Hospital in Portrane, Psychiatric Nursing Association  members will vote on staging industrial action up to and including strike action. File photograph:  Aidan Crawley

(...) nursing staff at St Joseph’s had resigned after being denied career breaks for a child nursing course in(...)

If we believe our child is experiencing emotional difficulties, it is imperative that we provide them with support and seek support for ourselves. Photgraph: Thinkstock

(...) health. If we don’t, we cannot be of any real help to our child. In summary, no matter how much work we(...)

(...) clinical psychologist with children and teenagers and running a large mental-health service, it is that for(...)

Abortion and language

(...) figures from the British Department of Health, more than 90 per cent of Irish parents facing a diagnosis(...)

We are family: Gary Honer and Ciara Conway on their wedding day in 2013, with Conway’s daughter Aeva-May. Photograph: Keith Fitzgerald

(...) her own child. Aeva-May’s birth certificate would be replaced with an adoption certificate showing(...)

It is very normal for sensitive children to become sad or upset over random incidents that don’t seem troublesome. Photograph: Thinkstock

(...) watch out for any signs of anxiety/depression in the future as she really is the most wonderful child(...)

According to our survey’s results, many of us believe we are overworked and underpaid. Photograph: Thinkstock

(...)); sleep problems; friends; extended family; other personal/health problems. The responses were anonymised(...)

Hirotami Yamada at the peace memorial in Nagasaki commemorating the victims of the atomic bombing of the city by the US 70 years ago. ‘I saw people so injured ... that you couldn’t tell if they were alive or dead.’ Photograph: David McNeill

(...) ground. Now 84, Yamada still regrets not protecting her from the sight. “I didn’t know, as a child, how(...)

(...). We were so hopeful, so happy after independence. “The ministry of health gave us whatever we needed(...)

Saverio Bellante told gardaí ‘I am guilty’ when charged with killing Tom O’Gorman at house in Castleknock

(...) a child his father had mental health issues and he believed his mother suffered from depression(...)