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  • "I was so touched that they were there for her and continue you be there for so many others that are overcoming addiction and self harm." in 35 reviews
  • "To raise awareness about an issue that effects so many people worldwide and being able to make a significant impact and change another person's life is such a worthwhile cause." in 26 reviews
  • "raise awareness and spread love and write it on someone's wrist you think might be hurting... That little action could save a life" in 18 reviews
  • "Heard about this in high school and I'm extremely supportive of this group (I have/had close friends who suffered with depression and know of people who committed suicide)." in 15 reviews
  • "I discovered them years ago when I was going through a really, really tough time in my life and they helped me through some tough days without even knowing it." in 14 reviews
Hayley S.
Phoenix, AZ
22 reviews
I absolutely love TWLOHA, and participate yearly. They work so hard to raise awareness of suicide and the warning signs, and get REAL help to those who need it - instead of just shoving a hotline number down their throat. This is one of those things that can completely restore your faith in humanity.
Allison C.
Solon, OH
98 reviews
I think that this is such an important campaign. Most Young girls in America are in desperate need of something like this. Their commitment to help others is very admirable. It's so important to help build self esteem
Candace C.
Merced, CA
521 reviews
Wow! I just checked out this organizations website and their "origins" story is absolutely inspired! It all started because they wanted to help a friend strigglingbwith addiction and self harm and they wanted to replace the "hate" she scrawled across her arms with messages of love, hope and healing.
Kimber C.
Temple, TX
70 reviews
I found the idea of TWLOHA great. I wanted so badly to like them but I can't. They ignore men's struggles and are very impersonal. Rarely do they actually help. Rarely do the people who buy the shirts actually help too. It's just another way to do the minimal amount of work without actually trying.
Tiffany W.
Cincinnati, OH
61 reviews
Twloa saved me. I used to feel like it was something I should keep on the downlow but I always felt alone. I learned by speaking out, that I'm not alone at all and a huge portion of society is suffering from some sort of depression or mental illness. I'm not ashamed anymore and people understand me.
Melissa V.
275 reviews
This organization I feel like doesn't get as much credit as they deserve! I only know a little about them, but I think it's very important to raise awareness about mental health, depression, self harm like they do.
Cynthia D.
Lubbock, TX
134 reviews
This organization is such a wonderful thing they are doing. Its sad that depression is such a big part of the lives of our younger generation. Its important for them to know that they are not alone and have support
Sarah S.
Philadelphia, PA
26 reviews
As someone who struggled with mental issues as a teenager, and who's now studying to get a Psy.D and work with adolescents, I love TWLOHA.
I support them at every turn that I can. This organization is so needed in our society, and I hope they go on and continue to do the amazing things they do.
Amanda P.
Newtown, CT
70 reviews
I've been apart of this wonderful cause since day one! Being apart of TWLOHA they don't treat you like a number...they treat you like a human and actually jealous you get through hard times and promote how you can help. I wish more people spent time researching this cause and donating more to it.
Rachael B.
Albany, NY
4 reviews
This charity has been on the front lines fighting for suicide awareness and treatment of mental illness and addiction globally. They have given a face to an issue plaguing the world for centuries and make a difference in thousands of people's lives everyday. Definitely a charity to support.
Erica W.
Middletown, NY
253 reviews
How did you first hear about to write love on her arms?
Meredith B.
24 reviews
What is this organization about?
Jose G.
Mesa, AZ
78 reviews
Is this a suicidal prevention?
Christy O.
292 reviews
Never heard of this organization before but it sounds very awesome. How does someone contribute?
Gabrielle C.
Monroe, NC
236 reviews
Where do I get the appearal to wear and how do I become a member/advocate? Is there a website or something?

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