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I love helping people, always have.
I have recently found out that my childrens father has bipolar, he is currently situated in a mental health hospital. I enjoy seeing him and watching him grow into a more stable and happy person. I also get on well with the other patients there, and enjoy spending time with them and listening to them too.
I really would love to become a mental health nurse, but having 3 children myself i would not be able to make it to university.
Are there any other ways to get into this line of work? Volunteering opportunites? or any other such like?
Must be distance learning or in the exeter area.
Thank you for your time.
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