"I want to be alone all the time"

About: Inclusion Matters Liverpool

(as the patient),

hi I had depression when I was in my country because of my family. my dad was in japan about 11 years and I was living with my mum, brother and sister. I was student but after I get my diploma I did'nt countinue and my family did'nt let me to go out and see my friends. all the time I was in my bedroom alone and I didnt want to come out of my bedroom. now I want to be alone all the time I dont have any concentrating and appetite I dont want to speak with anyone. I want to follow the serials but I can not because I dont have concentrating, I dont like my life...

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Response from Tracey Murden, Inclusion Matters

Dear Elmira,

Thankyou for sharing how things are for you with us via Patient Opinion. It sounds like things are really difficult for you at the moment and that you are feeling very alone and unhappy with your life. I want you to know that there are many ways that you can get help for the difficulties you are experiencing. I'm not sure if you are a current or past patient of Inclusion Matters Liverpool. If you are, or wish to access psychological therapy, which we know is very helpful for people experiencing depression please do contact us on 0151 228 2300. I would strongly urge you to go to see your GP as soon as possible as they will be able to provide you with appropriate treatment and help you access other forms of support if needed.

If you need help more urgently, for example if you have had thoughts of harming yourself, please do go to your local Accident and Emergency department where they will have people available who will be able to help you.

Sometimes it helps to be able to talk to someone - if you think this might help you can call The Samaritans on 08457 90 90 90 who are available 24 hours a day to provide support for people who are feeling distressed.

I am really pleased that you have shared how you are feeling and hope that you will access the help that is available to help improve things for you.

Yours sincerely

Tracey

Tracey Murden

Inclusion Matters Liverpool

tel 0151 228 2300

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