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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 3h
Healing takes time. Be kind to yourself and take the time you need.
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TWLOHA 4h
"It’s not something you can see, and so to many people, it comes off as senseless, as though you should just be able to overcome it simply with some will power. But depression is relentless."
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TWLOHA 9h
We set up the TWLOHA tent and raise the flag at music festivals and events across the country as an invitation for you to know you’re not alone. This weekend we'll be at and Back To The Beach Festival. Details:
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💀Bailey Skye 11h
APRIL SHOWERS BRING MAY FLOWERS. 🌷 Last year we raised $870 for in the month of May. I'm excited to see what we can accomplish this year! If you can set aside your coffee fund for a day, every penny counts and we'll have tons of donation rewards all month long! 💗
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TWLOHA 12h
"Something Worth Fighting For"
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Joe Matarese 14h
Come and see me live! All the venues and tickets for these cities are on . I’m raising money for in Philly and NY! May is month!
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TWLOHA Apr 24
Thank you for fighting to stay. Thank you for helping others see that we need them here. Thank you for refusing to let stigma win.
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TWLOHA Apr 24
“I get to be excited for the person I am now, the person who is choosing sobriety and sharing it without shame.”
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TWLOHA Apr 24
"Finding healing within yourself doesn’t mean you have to do it by yourself. You can be here now, in good company.” – Chad Moses, Director of Outreach & Experience // The Here Now shirt is a reminder that recovery is a journey you don’t have to do alone.
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TWLOHA Apr 24
We will be the hopeful. // You are not alone. 📷:
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TWLOHA Apr 24
"There is a lot of fear wrapped into living a sober life. The fear of relapse, and in turn disappointing the people who support you. My thought process, in the beginning, was the fewer people I tell, the fewer people I’ll be letting down if I do relapse."
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TWLOHA Apr 23
"To share your weakness is to make yourself vulnerable; to make yourself vulnerable is to show your strength." – Criss Jami
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TWLOHA Apr 23
“I remember how terrified I was as I sat there with the cravings and the constant ebb and follow of my dependency. Every hour, every minute, every second was a little victory. I went to bed each night thinking ‘one day at a time'...”
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TWLOHA Apr 23
We’re bringing the MOVE Community Conference to Tampa, FL this weekend (4/27), & you’re invited! MOVE is our way of equipping & educating others about the topics we address & how a community can bring hope to those who feel alone. Get all the details at .
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TWLOHA Apr 23
TOMORROW NIGHT (April 24): Check out the Emo Night: Not Just a Phase Charity Showcase in Chicago! Ticket sales benefit TWLOHA + we’ll be there with info, merch, + resources. Get all the details at .
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TWLOHA Apr 23
“I didn’t realize how many people were in my corner until I actually let them into my corner."
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Joe Matarese Apr 23
Come and see me live! All the venues and tickets for these cities are on . I’m raising money for in Philly and NY! May is month!
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TWLOHA Apr 22
Your faults, your struggles, your imperfections do not diminish who you are. They are a part of you. And we think you're some kind of wonderful.
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TWLOHA Apr 22
“The cycle of shame and guilt associated with addiction has a way of silencing you, forcing you to think and believe that you are sitting alone. I’ve learned that the same cycle can be carried over into sobriety as well.”
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TWLOHA Apr 22
“Crying and witnessing a character’s struggle with ideation in a popular film was a relief for me. It was devastating that Neil never got the chance to recover, but seeing his story was something that validated my feelings and my own struggle.”
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