"I can say that things are looking a lot better for me and my family"

About: Inclusion Matters Liverpool

(as the patient),

A few month ago I was really depressed where I had thoughts of suicide I was in a place that I wish nobody will be until I was referred to I. M. where I met Paul. I cannot thank him enough. He was the person to show me that the answer to my depression was not suicide. He told me and showed me and explained to me what and where my depression was about. He showed me diagrams and with his help I have realised that with the help and patience of someone like Paul I can say that things are looking a lot better for me and my family. I wish again to thank Paul from the bottom of my heart for showing me the way forward.

Thanks again Paul

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Response from Tracey Murden, Inclusion Matters

Dear Jolly254,

I'm sorry that things got so bad for you that the only answer seemed to be suicide. I'm pleased that Paul was able to help you understand your depression and be able to see another way out. I'll pass you feedback onto Paul who will be glad to hear that things are looking better for you and your family.

Best wishes

Tracey

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