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Milica Lekić – Youth worker

TranscriptionEN: Welcome to Let's Talk, with you are Milica and Nora, youth workers of the Center for Youth Work, and today we will talk about the importance of mental health of young people, precisely from our perspective as youth workers. Well, Milica, what is your...

Angela Shkembi – Assistant

TranscriptionEK: Hello! My name is Epameinondas Koutavelis, and I am a project manager for Let’s Talk. Today, we will discuss the youth’s mental health with Angela. Angela, thank you for being here with us. Would you like to introduce yourself? AS: Hello! Thank you...

Daniel Milošević – Psychologist working with youth

TranscriptionS: Hi Daniel, thank you for coming to us today, for giving us your insights as an expert and as a young person. I would just like to start by asking you to briefly introduce yourself. D: Thank you Sara for the invitation and thanks to everyone who...

World Mental Health Day! Do young people have support?

World Mental Health Day! Do young people have support?

The World Health Organization defined mental health as a state of well-being in which an individual realizes potential, can cope with normal life stress, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to contribute to society (WHO; 2001). In the project “Let’s...

The light

When I lost my brother this year, I thought there was no way out because I was very attached to him and all those memories we made together are gone now - they have become nothing but precious memories that will make me laugh and that will make me cry bitterly because...

I’m not afraid

I felt agitated, I couldn't function normally, I had chaos in my head, a lot of thoughts that I couldn't catch. Physically, it was fatigue and panic in certain situations. Also, I had no motivation for anything, I couldn't go to school, follow the schedule, the...

Finding My Place

It's strange to be young. I was little and then all of a sudden I had to clean my room by myself, do my own laundry. I got my first bank card, my first summer job, went to the doctor alone and called to order food alone. I also traveled alone, first by bus and then...

Beyond the balloon

The most important story of my childhood (or rather, the day I was born), was that the midwife from the hospital couldn’t get the pink balloon, to signify to my mother’s visitors that she gave birth to a girl. And ever since then, I felt like I wasn’t enough, like I...

Unmasking my emotions

I never understood how emotionaly illiterate I was, until my dad died. I took over responsibility for his funeral, because my mom couldn’t cope and my siblings are all younger. And I was fine for a few months, until I was just triggered by some paperwork that needed...

Locked in Fear

After COVID finally subsided and the lockdown was lifted in Serbia, I noticed that I have developed a fear of entering closed spaces. I stopped using public transport and taxis, I would go to the store only when I had to and I didn’t want to go out to cafes, clubs or...