"I learned how to stop worrying, stop being so anxious, be positive about everything"

About: Inclusion Matters Sefton

(as the patient),

I was feeling very depressed, sitting watching TV every night, not interested in anything. I felt I had no future and everything looked black.

I am 62 years old with a couple of failed marriages behind me, and felt as though I was going to spend my old age in loneliness.

I went to the doctor and she put me in touch with Inclusion Matters. The best thing I ever did.

Slowly, I learned how to stop worrying, stop being so anxious, be positive about everything. I learned how to think different about my worries and not be so negative.

I am now in a much better place and I can see a future, starting to enjoy life more and getting out to meet people.

I would recommend Inclusion Matters to anyone with depression. Far better than anti-depressants.

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Response from Elizabeth Forrest, CBT Therapist, Inclusion Matters

Dear Sailor200,

Firstly, many thanks for taking the time to leave your feedback.

It was lovely to read your positive feedback. It's great to hear that you are in a better place now and that you are getting out more and meeting people.

I hope that your experience will encourage others to access our service.

I wish you all the best for the future,

Elizabeth Lovell

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