I Love to Write Day 2017 is on Wednesday, November 15, 2017: what is the next write love on your arms day?
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 is I Love to Write Day 2017. November 15th: National I Love to Write Day is I Love to Write Day
To Write Love on Your Arms Day occurs annually on November 13th. The next Write Love on Your Arms Day, which will occur six months from now, will be the Third Annual To Write Love on Your Arms Day.
To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA) is an American non-profit organization which aims to present hope and find help for people struggling with problems such as depression, drug addiction, self-injury, and suicide. Based in Central Florida, TWLOHA seeks to connect people to treatment centers, websites, books, support groups, and other resources. TWLOHA also encourages people to have honest conversations about these issues, to live in community, and to seek help for these treatable conditions.
The "Love Is The Movement" project, although separate from the TWLOHA organization, had more than 380,000 members who dedicated themselves to writing "love" on their arms and sharing the message of the organization on February 13th, 2008 -- and any day thereafter.
What do normal people do for "Write love on her arms day"?
"To Write Love On Her Arms Day is a day where anyone can write the words love on their arms, to support those who are fighting against depression and those who are trying to recovering. On this day, just write love on your arms, and show it off, other people will ask why you have love written on your arms, and you tell them you are supporting to write love on her arms day, and how its benefiting a non profit organization helping stop depression, and make love the movement ♥"
Can someone explain "To Write Love on Her Arms Day" to me?
To Write Love on Her arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery.
Writing love on you arms basically is an "icebreaker".
People ask you "Why do you have 'love' written on your arm?"
You answer, "It's to help raise awareness about the organization TWLOHA which is a movement that helps people who suffer with depression, self-injury etc. realize that there is hope."
The more people you get talking about it, the more fans there are, the more help people can get.
God Bless <3