Trainee flight attendant Ghenwa, engineering student Ali and electronic music DJ Jawad are among a generation of young Syrians to have come of age during the war.
They live in the capital Damascus, which was spared the intense bombing raids that destroyed opposition bastions such as Aleppo but life for the twenty-somethings is far from normal.
Like Yara, 25-year old university student Ali says he could talk for days about the things that affected him during the war.
"There wasn't a day that passed by without taking something from us," he said.
"It was a bad experience to live in a warzone for what is supposed to be the best ten years of your life."