TWLOHA Release Video in Honor of World Suicide Prevention Day

In honor of World Suicide Prevention Day and World Suicide Prevention Week, To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA) shared an uplifting video with the motto, "Stay." The video's powerful message encourages watchers to find what they were made for, and was inspired by the book When Hope Speaks by Jessica Morris. Featuring Debby Ryan, Jon Foreman, Alex Morgan, Kyle Korver, The Ready Set, the video shows that people from all walks of life can experience the same thing.

Jessica Morris also had some encouraging words to those struggling:

Fight for these moments. Please stay.

"Stay and discover these new lands. These new people. The hidden gems you didn’t even know existed. Stay and find out what you were made for. You are not a failure. You are not irreparably broken. Step forward now, crawl if you must, into a grace that shines light into the shadows of your soul. You are safe here. In fact, this is home.

To add to the love, TWLOHA  is currently raising money for WSPD and National Suicide Prevention Week in order to bring hope and help to even more people around the world who may be struggling with mental illness. To find out more about TWLOHA and their current theme, visit their website.

If you or someone you know is struggling, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Music, NewsAshton Garner