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    Gwenn A. Du

    Kemeret 'meus un nebeut dilhad, ur sac'h-gein, ur ballen, an arc'hant a oa er voestig war an estajerenn, ha... setu. Aet on.
    Eus penn pellañ ar maezioù don emañ Gwenn A-du o tont : ganet eo e Pariz, aet eo kuit 25 bloaz 'zo evit bevañ - laouen ! - e-touez he loened (kezeg, chas, kizhier, givri...). Tri bugel he deus bet, hag a zo bras hag aet kuit bremañ !
    Live lenn : 3/5.
    J'ai pris quelques vêtements, un sac à dos, une couverture, l'argent qui était dans la petite boîte sur l'étagère, et... voilà. Je suis partie.
    Gwenn A-Du vient du fin fond de la campagne : née à Paris, elle l'a quitté il y a 25 ans pour vivre -heureuse ! - entourée de ses animaux (chevaux, chiens, chats, chèvres...).
    Elle a eu trois enfants, qui sont grands et partis vivre leur vie !

  • This book is essential reading for all Approved Mental Health Professionals (AMHPs) and those students and practitioners on mental health Post-Qualifying awards. It covers the core competencies of the AMHP and how the use of medication fits within the roles of the mental health professional. Fully updated to include aspects of the recently amended Mental Health Act 1983, this guide shows how the law is applied to compulsory administration of medication, the law relating to consent to treatment and the relevance to the European Convention on Human Rights.

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