TWLOHA TEXAS

We are the official TWLOHA UChapter at the University of Texas at Austin.

email us: twloha.texas@gmail.com

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.

UChapters is a network of student organizations on college and university campuses that exists to embody the mission and vision of To Write Love on Her Arms. Through organized meetings and events, each chapter serves as a voice of hope, inspiration, and support for students and their surrounding communities.

If you are struggling, please go to the "Find Help" tab at twloha.com.

If someone is in immediate danger, please call 911 or emergency services.

*The views expressed on this blog are those of the members posting and do not necessarily reflect the views of TWLOHA or the UChapters program as a whole.
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Hello! My name is Julia Guerra, and I’m the Vice President of our UChapter. This is my second year here at the University of Texas. I spent my first year majoring in a number of things, from sociology to social work to public relations, but this year I finally settled on a major in biology for pre-pharmacy. I’m an insanely passionate person, which I would say is both a blessing and a curse. I love the arts, particularly the theatre, but I also crave structure and logic. I fell in love with To Write Love On Her Arms back when I was a wee little 8th grader, because it spoke truth to me when I was only ever told lies. TWLOHA instilled the hope in me that kept me alive back then, and keeps me passionate and humble today. My message for TWLOHA members, new and old, would be to laugh as much as possible, ignore embarrassment, love your flaws, and embrace your fears. Every part of your story makes you the unique individual that you are, and that is a beautiful thing.¬†Maya Angelou said, “We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.”¬†