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pippaglen
Excellent read again. My current job is working with people for 16 years and upwards, working with the homeless, many with mental health issues from suicidle thoughts, bi pola, anxiety, depression, drug use and many other issues. For myself it's a big eye opener, I have learned so much over the past few months that you should never judge a book by its cover. Over the past few months I have managed to get residents in our hostel to take part in some form of physical activity. A challenge for both the resident and myself but life is all about overcoming and tackling challenges.
16/02/16
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