Share & Find Support

Welcome to the part that is dedicated to everyone who wants to hear experts’ and young people’s stories about mental health, and also share their experiences or find out where to find help and support regarding mental health questions, problems or issues.

Within this space you will find 3 different parts:

Audio Podcasts


Help and support

Audio podcasts with young people, youth workers and other educators working with young people and/or MH topics

Hello, here you can find audio podcasts on mental health topics. These podcasts are created with the help of young people, youth workers or educators from Croatia, Serbia, Greece and Italy and all of them have subtitles in English. You will have an opportunity to learn more about their experience, opinion and situation in their country.

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The space where you can share your story anonymously

Hello, here you can share your own story about your life, experience you have within the topic of mental health, something that helps you when you deal with your problem or just read the stories of others.

It is an anonymous space. Sharing your story can help you feel better for simply sharing, but also can help others to recognize that we all deal with some problems in our lives.

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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 the first independent flight, I saved and spent my money. In a few years I will move out and have my first full-time job, buy my own groceries and pay my own bills. Somewhere between a stuffed toy and paying bills, I am a young person. I am trapped between the world of adults and children and I don’t belong to either. I’m not responsible enough, so the elders don’t take me seriously. I’m not even small, I can’t be childish and immature. Just as I don’t fit into any age, I don’t fit into any crowd. I’m not a geek, I’m not overly popular, I’m not a “in a sect” nor a “rich girl” nor a “pretty girl”, but I have to be something. I need to belong somewhere, but I don’t like it anywhere. It is easier to go through life if you belong, if you are marked. If you belong, then you exist, if not, then you are like some relative term without any significance. At school, decide on one subject that suits you, decide which social circle and type of people you belong to, mark your sexuality, style, music and put a label on yourself. People give me comfort. The same ones, the marked people. Over time, some labels come off, some take it off themselves, some never wanted them. Everyone has their own story. On Saturday evenings we sit on the beach together, look at the sky and talk about it.

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 wasn’t living up to the expectations of my family. Being surrounded with my peers, I always felt so alone, like there’s no one protecting me (like there’s someone protecting them), like I have to fight for myself. But I grew up and moved away, and with youth workers’ and mental health experts’ help, I realized that there’s nothing wrong with me and that I’m not alone.