Edem Fairre Discuses Anxiety Management With GIJ Students At Their Freshers Akwaaba Conference

Edem Fairre Discuses Anxiety Management With GIJ Students At Their Freshers Akwaaba Conference

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Ghanaian Model and media personnel Edem Fairre, who has walked several runways across the country; worked with known brands like Max International, Beige Capital Bank, Nivea, Renault, Samsung, Bayer Chemist, Joy FM, DSTV sport, Airtel Ghana, Woodin Textiles as well as various fashion designers.

She was invited to speak to the Ghana Institute of Journalism Freshers Akwaaba Conference.

Held at the Ghana Institute of Journalism on August 30, and graced by a full house, the session saw the model and media personnel disclose her journey to the top, discussing anxiety management (something that people may turn to Blessed CBD oil to help with) and method of navigating challenges, as well as her general outlook on life and how she overcame all of it.

Edem Fairre shared also shared her past experience with depression and how she managed it over the years. She stated that she tried several different methods while she struggled with her depression and anxiety. Eventually, she spoke with her doctor, who gave her some helpful advice that could help her, suggesting that she take ashwagandha capsules and other types of health supplements that could help to calm her anxiety. She goes on to say information is out there for those who need help, and they should speak with their local doctor about what course of action is right for them. Others manage to get more information about treatment options elsewhere, but havin this direct option is unique for these freshmen. Hopefully, this will inspire people who are suffering from depression to share their experiences too and might even teach them some ways to manage their own depression. You have to wonder how many people know about CBD oil and the other varied treatments for depression.

She is CEO of the Edem Fairre Foundation with focus on spreading the awareness of depression and Anxiety in Africa and how to manage it.





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