GYLF Online Symposium

Published on Tuesday 19th May 2020

Oftentimes, young people find it difficult to manage their emotions which in most cases result in depression and anxiety.

 

To tackle this problem, members of GYLF Europe Zone 2 organized an inspiring online symposium titled ‘Managing your emotions’ which had in attendance, 209 people from 14 countries.

 

Several participants shared their challenges and received answers to their questions having been inspired by testimonies of other youths who had overcome depression with the word of God learning the importance of decision making as a springboard for charting the right course.

 

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