Katarzyna Dowbor renovated their house three years ago. Due to depression, Mateusz wanted to take his own life
Katarzyna Dowbor helped many Polish families through the programme “Our New Home”. Three years ago on the show Polsat you appeared Margaret Szmajduch with his grandson Mateusz, who was abandoned by his parents. Their story touched the host’s heart, who changed the apartment and increased the comfort of their lives. As it turned out, Mateusz struggled with many problems. Overwhelmed, he took his own life. He threw himself under a train and lost his leg. Now he needs help.
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Katarzyna Dowbor renovated their house three years ago. Mateusz took his own life and lost his leg
Mateusz Szmajduch in the program “Our new home” he appeared as an 18-year-old. After the renovation, he did not hide his joy that he could finally live in decent conditions with his grandmother.
It is as if someone has opened the door to a new life for us. Now we will start everything anew, we will forget about the old house, the old problems – said Mateusz.
Mateusz found a job as a conductor, but relations with his grandmother deteriorated soon after. The young boy moved out of the house, but he was not able to enjoy independence. He lost his job, and untreated depression set in. He was forced to return to his grandmother. Shortly after, he took the most tragic step of taking his own life. He threw himself under a train and lost his leg. His story is so moving that a collection was created on the web.
The boy needs professional psychological help, therapy, but above all, his own place, funds to start a new life. It will be some time before he can move on the prosthesis and maybe find a job – you can read on the collection page.
So far, 30,000 zlotys have been paid. Below is the link to the fundraiser:
Let’s help Mateusz start his life anew.
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If your life is at risk due to suicidal thoughts or attempted suicide, for immediate crisis intervention, call the police on 112 or go to the A&E department of your local psychiatric hospital.
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