To Write Love on Her Arms
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From the nonprofit To Write Love on Her Arms comes a new podcast about mental health and the things that make us human. Each episode will cover topics we tend not to talk about, including depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide.
||CleanEpisode 011: Feelings Are Not Facts - “This Is Us” Actor Chris Sullivan (LIVE)||In the final episode of season one, TWLOHA founder Jamie Tworkowski talks with Chris Sullivan. Chris opens up about his background as an actor and his experience dealing with mental health issues, how he takes care of himself, and why he doesn’t consi||12/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 010: You Don't Have To Live Like This - Denny Kolsch||In this episode, TWLOHA founder Jamie Tworkowski talks with Denny Kolsch. Denny opens up about his experience struggling with anxiety and an opioid addiction, how he got sober, and what he’s doing now in an effort to save lives in his community and be||12/10/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 009: Stories Are Still The Most Powerful Thing That We Have - Hannah Brencher||In this episode, TWLOHA’s Co-Executive Director Lindsay Kolsch talks with Hannah Brencher about her experience writing love letters to strangers, what it was like to get a diagnosis of depression, and how she's needed connection in a holistic approach||12/3/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 008: It's Hard Right Now But It's OK - Joel L. Daniels||In this episode, TWLOHA’s Co-Executive Director Lindsay Kolsch talks with Joel L. Daniels. Joel opens up about growing up without the language to talk about mental health, what happened when he called a crisis helpline, how writing has helped him star||11/26/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 007: "Depression Didn't Want Me To Find Help" - Kelly Jensen||In this episode, TWLOHA’s Co-Executive Director Lindsay Kolsch talks with Kelly Jensen. Kelly discusses the issues with how mental health is portrayed through dramatic story arcs found in pop culture, why her career as a youth librarian inspired her t||11/19/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 006: “Take The Time That You Need” - Levi Macallister||In this episode, TWLOHA founder Jamie Tworkowski talks with Levi Macallister, also known as Levi the Poet. Levi opens up about losing his dad to suicide and how that informed his own understanding of mental health. He also touches on his creative proces||11/12/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 005: “This Journey Is A Lifetime's Journey” - Indhira Rojas||In this episode, TWLOHA’s Co-Executive Director Lindsay Kolsch talks with Anxy Magazine creator Indhira Rojas. Indhira talks about why she was inspired to create a beautifully designed magazine about our inner worlds, covering issues like anger and ma||11/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 004: Anxiety Is A Liar And A Thief - Whitney Fenimore||In this episode, TWLOHA’s Co-Executive Director Lindsay Kolsch talks with Whitney Fenimore about her experience with mental health, having to walk away from music to find help, and what it was like getting a second chance at her dream thanks to “The||10/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 003: I’m Going To Heal From It - Najwa Zebian||In this episode, TWLOHA founder Jamie Tworkowski talks with Najwa Zebian about the loneliness that came with moving from Lebanon to Canada and how that affected her teaching, why she uses social media to fight the stigma surrounding mental health, and h||10/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 002: Your Emotions Are Not Going To Rule You - Amy Clover||In this episode, TWLOHA’s Co-Executive Director Lindsay Kolsch interviews Amy Clover. They talk about Amy’s struggles with depression, OCD, and eating disorders, how she let go of control and embraced freedom through movement, and why she’s helpin||10/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 001: You’re Not Alone - Jamie Tworkowski||TWLOHA’s Co-Executive Director Lindsay Kolsch talks with Jamie Tworkowski about TWLOHA’s surprising history, how the conversation about mental health has changed over the last 12 years, and how he practices the advice he gives to those struggling.||10/9/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
It’s just about the way she speaks...
The content is good, but the way in which the girl speaks is not appealing. So much of a podcast rides on the quality of the host’s voice.
Peace to you.
I am so thankful for weekly reminders of hope and to hear the stories of others. Conversations are what TWLOHA hopes to inspire. This podcast is full of love, truth and honesty. I think you’ll enjoy. Give it a listen; you won’t regret it.
I’m in the midst of the struggle. Battling an addiction to self harm and feeling like I’m out of options. Turned on this podcast thinking it wouldn’t help. But when he started apologizing for the pain we feel, it caught me off guard. So many people just want to fix it. No many apologize for what you’re currently feeling despite whatever hope may lie in the future for you. Excited to listen to more of these pod casts.