Liv? You ok? Yeah, I'm alright thank you. How are you? How've you been? Yeah. Yeah. Pretty good at the moment. Good. Have a seat. So what have you been up to since we're...? Since we met, since we met, yeah. Things are pretty all right in the last few months. I'm doing a lot with the police at the moment. I've been doing some training with them on how to help in a mental heath crisis. Ah that's excellent. That's an element that I'm not used to, you know, and I have to be really subjective. I had to listen, you know, we had to talk, and I wanted to, I wanted to... It worked really well, because I think once you've kind of got someone to just stop and engage, then you're kind of there really. Yeah. I was like, 'You're going to be angry, everyone's going to hate me. 'Everyone's going to be like, judging me.' When we met you're in that situation I can imagine what's what you'd think, but there's so many more people out there. When we were talking about your family, you know, there's people out there.
So, we're going to Bedford today, and to meet the driver who helped me the night that I tried to end my life. To be able to say thank you to him and that it did make a difference. And hopefully for him to see or for him to know that he did help, because I don't know how he feels about it either. It's going to be nice to meet her, it would be nice to see what's happened since that point from her point of view. I know from my point of view obviously, I think about it quite regularly, especially when I'm in the area, you know, the place where we did meet. So I'm kind of here today to meet her, and see how her life's changed and, what positive things she's done with it.