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Jun232011

Jamie Tworkowski Review

One of my heros, and catalysts behind the Live Now project, Jamie Tworkowski took some
time with our new book. He sent over his thoughts.

"We believe there's power in words, especially words of hope.
"Live Now" is an amazing example of words of hope coming alive through the collaboration and creativity of many talented artists."

- Jamie Tworkowski
  Founder of TWLOHA


Jamie Tworkowski
Jamie Tworkowski is the founder of To Write Love on Her Arms(TWLOHA), a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. TWLOHA began in 2006 as Jamie's attempt to help a friend
and tell a story. Since that time, the TWLOHA team has responded to over 160,000 messages
from people in 100 countries. Jamie speaks frequently, bringing a message of hope and
community to concerts, universities and churches throughout the U.S. and as far away as Australia and the United Kingdom. TWLOHA has been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine on
NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, CBS Sunday Morning and CNN.com. Jamie is 31 and currently lives in Florida. He loves surfing and music and is currently working on his first book.

Thank you for believing in my story Jamie. I'm full of gratitude.
You are an incredible spirit, someday we will hang.

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