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Mae Garry yn poeni am Dani sy'n parhau i ymddwyn yn rhyfedd. Beth sydd gan yr ysbyty i'w ddweud wrth Ffion? Garry is worried about Dani and her erratic behaviour.


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-I've invited Gwern over

-to play with his sister.

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-A boy of Gwern's age

-doesn't want to play with babies.

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-To get to know his sister.

-You know what I meant.

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-No.

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-What do you mean, no?

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-You should have asked me first.

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-Carol needs to see other people

-apart from you.

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-In time.

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-No, now.

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-Gwern is her brother.

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-You can't shut him out.

-You're doing the same with me.

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-What?

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-You don't want me

-to be with Carol on my own.

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-That's not true.

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-That's not true.

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-It is!

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-And it's weird, if I'm honest.

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-I'm her father.

-It's important for us to bond.

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-No!

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-What I mean is...

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-..please don't invite Gwern over.

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-Carol's got a cough.

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-Carol's got a cough.

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-Don't be so soft. She's over that.

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-She's not.

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-Don't look at me like that.

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-We don't want Gwern to be ill too,

-do we?

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-No.

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-Come in. Sit down.

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-Thanks.

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-I hope that smile means

-it's good news.

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-I'm pleased to say

-we can give Arwen the all clear.

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-Are you absolutely sure?

-The tumour's gone.

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-Yes.

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-The scan showed it had gone.

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-The scan showed it had gone.

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-Yes.

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-Right, are there

-any other steps to take?

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-Arwen will need monthly check-ups,

-just to keep an eye on it.

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-Every month?

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-Yes, in case another

-tumour develops.

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-But that won't happen, will it?

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-Please.

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-Fair play, Ffi, no-one can

-say that for sure, can they?

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-Gethin's right, but it's unlikely.

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-I'd say today's good news

-is still a reason to celebrate.

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-I had hoped...

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-..after looking after Carol

-at the start of the week...

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-..that I could build on that,

-you know.

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-That it was going to get better.

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-But she's the same, is she?

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-Worse if anything.

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-It's not right, Gar.

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-I've tried everything.

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-I've been patient with her,

-I've been straight with her.

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-Do you want me

-to have a word with her?

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-No, I don't think talking

-will work. She's so touchy.

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-Maybe...

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-..give her a bit of help with Carol.

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-Take away some of the stress.

-She might talk to you then.

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-Well, I've got a new set

-of Babygros to give her.

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-Thank you, Britt.

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-Thank you, Britt.

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-I am her aunt.

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-Yes, I know.

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-I'll go over this afternoon.

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-It means a lot to me.

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-Gethin!

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-What did the hospital say

-about Arwen?

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-She's been given the all clear.

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-Thank goodness. You can draw

-a line under this nightmare now.

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-Hopefully.

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-Hopefully?

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-We can't predict the future,

-can we?

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-No, but you couldn't have hoped

-for better news.

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-No, no, no.

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-Listen, I've got some good news too.

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-Sheryl and I have set a date

-for the wedding. It's in June.

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-Right.

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-It'll come round in no time.

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-Sheryl wanted to sort it out

-and she's right.

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-The sooner the better now.

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-Congratulations to both of you.

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-See you.

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-That suits me fine.

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-A cuppa and your favourite magazine

-will be waiting for you.

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-OK. So long. Ta-ra.

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-Hey.

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-How did it go?

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-What?

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-With Arwen.

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-With Arwen.

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-Yes, of course.

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-She's had the all clear.

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-The best news.

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-The best news.

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-I'm so glad.

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-I've just seen Hywel.

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-You've set a date for the wedding,

-have you?

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-Yes.

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-Why don't I come to the garage

-later? We can't talk here.

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-You're right. OK. See you later.

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-OK.

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-Right, Caroline. A trim, is it?

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-Look, Carol.

-Look what Dadi made.

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-Isn't he a clever daddy?

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-Right.

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-You stay there,

-put your feet up and relax.

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-I'll start by washing these.

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-Start?

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-Yes.

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-Or anything else you want me to do.

-I remember how to prepare a bottle.

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-Garry's behind this, isn't he?

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-What?

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-Leave the washing up, Britt.

-I can manage.

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-OK. Are there any dirty clothes

-you want me to wash?

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-No, I'm fine.

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-Oh, nonsense. Everyone wants help

-with a little baby.

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-Carol agrees. She wants to show

-silly old Mami that she's wrong.

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-Right, get out now.

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-No-one calls me a silly mother

-in my own home.

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-But I'm family, Dani,

-and I'm your sister-in-law.

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-You can't throw me out.

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-Sorry, Britt.

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-You've called at a bad time. Carol

-wants a nap so if you don't mind.

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-Oh, right, well, um...

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-..I'll see you soon.

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-No, she's ill.

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-She more or less threw me out.

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-Don't exaggerate.

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-I'm not.

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-It's obvious that Dani is finding

-being a mother too difficult.

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-She's wound up like a top.

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-Yes.

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-Listen carefully to me now, Gar,

-alright?

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-I think she has

-post-natal depression.

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-I've been reading about that.

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-Well, it's not a real

-cause for concern. It's very common.

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-What am I supposed to do about it?

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-The first step is to get her

-to admit that she has a problem.

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-To get her to accept that?

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-She'll need professional care.

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-I'll pay for a therapist.

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-I could take her on holiday.

-I'll do anything.

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-I know, love.

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-But for now, I think this party...

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-But for now, I think this party...

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-Forget the party!

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-She can't be like this

-in front of people.

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-It'll do her good.

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-She's kept herself to herself

-too much...

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-..hiding upstairs,

-not seeing anyone but Carol.

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-But a party...

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-But a party...

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-No, Britt!

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-I'm not stopping the party.

-That's the end of it.

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-Where are you going now?

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-Out! To clear my head.

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-Just watch the bar for me.

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-Alright?

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-Hey.

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-Hiya.

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-Come in.

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-Geth, we can't do this.

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-You're right.

-It's not right, but...

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-We almost got caught the other day,

-and this business with Arwen...

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-I know.

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-I think we should finish it now,

-before anyone gets hurt.

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-Sher, I know that what

-you're saying is right.

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-And I know that's what's best,

-but...

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-..I can't ignore the buzz

-I get from being with you.

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-Come on.

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-We can't do this. It's stupid.

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-Worse things happen, don't they?

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-Yes.

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-The consequences.

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-The mess we'll create

-if someone finds out.

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-The people we love will get hurt.

-You understand that, don't you?

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-Do you really think it's worth it?

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-There will always be

-something between us...

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-..but it's not meant to be.

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-We'd better forget about it, OK?

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-We have to get back to reality...

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-..before it goes too far.

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-Hey.

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-Foul weather.

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-Yes.

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-How are you?

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-Not bad.

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-I know I have a long journey

-ahead of me.

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-The surgery has been

-very supportive, fair play.

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-How much time will you get off?

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-How much time will you get off?

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-As much as I want.

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-Good.

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-What about...

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-..the Combat Stress centre?

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-Have you phoned them?

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-There's something nice

-about a park in winter.

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-The bare trees and the cold biting.

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-Listen...

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-..if you don't want to discuss it,

-I understand, but...

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-..Britt and I think that...

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-..Dani has post-natal depression.

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-Oh?

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-Depression is common.

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-I know it's common, but...

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-..it's also complicated, isn't it?

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-Yes, and it can be very difficult

-for the husband or partner.

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-You want to help. That's natural.

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-I'm afraid of saying

-the wrong thing.

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-Be there to support her

-as much as you can.

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-If it carries on,

-she should speak to a doctor.

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-There's very good support

-available these days.

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-Yes, you're right.

-That's what I'll do.

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-Thank you.

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-You can open them now!

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-Here you go.

-And your name's on the back.

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-Do you want it?

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-Do you want it?

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-How much did that cost?

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-Don't ask things like that.

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-Don't ask things like that.

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-Sorry. They're great.

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-Look at this.

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-So why do you look

-as if you're at the dentist?

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-I spent a small fortune on these.

-The least you could do is smile.

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-I appreciate the effort, honest.

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-And?

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-You haven't thought this through.

-When are we going to wear them?

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-Even if we could afford tickets,

-we couldn't get any.

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-And Nicky's way too small to go.

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-It doesn't cost anything

-to watch Match of the Day.

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-But you've bought them now,

-haven't you?

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-The last thing I want to do

-is force you to...

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-Oh, right, you want to know

-if I've phoned that centre.

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-I couldn't help noticing the way

-you dodged my question earlier.

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-Yes, it was obvious.

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-Well?

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-Have you phoned?

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-No, not yet.

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-But I've got the number.

-That's a start, isn't it?

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-What's stopping you?

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-Stop forcing me.

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-Doing it now is easier

-than thinking it over for days.

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-I'll leave you to it.

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-Thank you.

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-Hello.

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-Hi. Um, yeah.

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-I'm an ex-Army medic.

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-I think I need help.

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-Hi. I've been trying to phone you.

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-Sorry. It's been flat out

-at the garage this week.

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-I haven't had time to make a cuppa.

-Is there one in the teapot?

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-Yes.

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-I've been wondering what Arwen and I

-are going to do this weekend.

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-We might go to Cardiff.

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-She enjoyed that interactive thing

-at the museum last time.

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-Hey, that sounds lovely.

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-Can I come with you?

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-You said you're busy at the garage.

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-Yes, but...

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-Don't rub Garry up the wrong way.

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-Why don't we make a proper

-weekend of it, then?

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-Go away to London to see a show

-or something.

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-Don't be silly.

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-I'm only trying to help.

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-Thank you, but I don't think

-going to London is the answer.

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-Cardiff will be exciting enough.

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-# Gee up little horse,

-carrying us both

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-# Over the mountain

-to gather nuts

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-# Water in the river

-and the stones are slippery

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-# We both fell in

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-# Well, what a trick! #

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-You're good with her.

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-Mam used to sing it to me

-when I was little.

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-I don't remember.

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-I used to sing to Carol

-before she was born.

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-Do you remember?

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-I don't want to go back

-to that time.

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-Thinking of you and Sioned.

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-What?

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-Why do you have to be so sharp...

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-..with everyone?

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-I was trying to create...

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-..a nice moment for us.

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-I can't help it, Gar.

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-I think I know why.

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-What?

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-I don't know

-how to say this to you.

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-Listen...

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-..I think you're...

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-..suffering...

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-..from post-natal depression.

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-It's obvious, isn't it?

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-It's nothing to feel ashamed about.

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-No.

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-A lot of women have it.

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-A lot of women have it.

-

-I know.

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-It makes sense, doesn't it?

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-You haven't been yourself.

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-No.

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-I'm here for you.

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-We'll get through this together.

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-The only thing I want in life,

-Dan...

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-..is for the three of us

-to be happy.

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-Me too.

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Mae Garry yn poeni am Dani sy'n parhau i ymddwyn yn rhyfedd. Beth sydd gan yr ysbyty i'w ddweud wrth Ffion? Garry is worried about Dani and her erratic behaviour.