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TWLOHA is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling w/ depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide.
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TWLOHA 2h
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TWLOHA 6h
Replying to @KavIsFunny
We're so sorry to hear it feels like these words aren't true for you. We really do believe your story is important, and we'd be honored to hear it. Would you email us at info@twloha.com? We'd love to share some encouragement.
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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention 6h
Thanks to everyone who participated in our Twitter chat today, and special shout out to our amazing partners , , and for sharing so many great resources! ❤️
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TWLOHA 6h
Replying to @TWLOHA
We hope today reminds you that you aren’t alone in what you’re feeling & experiencing. Keep the conversation going if it's helping you find the healing you deserve. You can email us at info@twloha.com or use our FIND HELP Tool to find local resources:
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TWLOHA 6h
We are so grateful we were able to take part in the chat. We know these topics aren't easy to talk about, but we are so encouraged by your willingness to share. Thank you for inspiring us to continue presenting hope and connecting people to help.
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TWLOHA 6h
Replying to @lalunelo
Losing someone is never easy. We are sorry for your loss. But know that she would be grateful that you continue to share her story and honor her.
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Doreen Marshall 6h
Q5: I think it also helps to know that you don't have to decide today how to feel about this for the rest of your life. Give yourself time and utilize the resources available to help you heal
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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention 6h
A5: Add your loved ones lost to suicide to AFSP's Digital Memory Quilt today:
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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention 6h
A5: AFSP’s Survivor Outreach Program help loss survivors cope, connect, and find support
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TWLOHA 6h
At TWLOHA, we're big advocates of counseling. We think sharing your unfiltered story with someone is one of the best ways to find healing & recovery. Having a safe space to talk & process those heavy feelings & questions after a suicide loss can be truly beneficial.
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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention 6h
A4: Talking with other loss survivors can help normalize the complicated feelings and thoughts such as anger, guilt, relief etc
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Alyssa Mussman 6h
THE MORE WE TALK, THE MORE WE SPREAD AWARENESS. It's not an uncommon grief and we need to normailze mental health. We need to love eachother, always be kind and help others. WE NEED TO ACCEPT THAT IT IS MORE THAN OKAY TO NOT BE OKAY. You can win this fight ❤
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TWLOHA 6h
Replying to @Lenaschatz
Thank you for showing up for others and yourself. You are bringing hope to so many. We are grateful.
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TWLOHA 6h
Loss survivors can feel isolated from those around them, so to find others who can relate to their experiences provides the opportunity for community to exist. When you realize you aren't alone, you start to feel seen & understood & known. Community is powerful.
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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention 6h
A3: Another way to connect with other suicide loss survivors is to attend a event on 11/17:
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AFSP NCAC - DC Metro 6h
Are you a suicide loss survivor? Join in your local community on November 17, 2018 for International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. is a day where suicide loss survivors around the world come together. Find an event near you:
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TWLOHA 6h
We agree! Talking is therapeutic. If you are struggling, we hope you'll reach out to our team at info@twloha.com, look for professional help at , or message our friends at by texting TWLOHA to 741741. Help exists. You are worthy.
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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention 7h
A3: Seek professional help. Many people find that counseling helps them deal with their grief in healthy ways.
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Sara Whitman 7h
Reach out to other survivors. It's hard to understand unless you've lived through it - and even then, no two experiences are the same. Connection is everything.
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TWLOHA 7h
Healing after suicide loss takes time. Losing someone is difficult, and you're not going to feel OK shortly after. Some days may be easier, some days may be hard. We would ask you to give yourself the space and time and support to process what you're feeling.
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