The Story Behind To Write Love on Her Arms TWLOHA originally started as a story by Jamie Tworkowski about 19-year-old Renee Yohe, who was struggling with depression, addiction, self-harm, and attempted suicide. Tworkowski’s story chronicled five days of Yohe’s life before she entered treatment. Before they were able to get her to check into treatment, Yohe’s friends acted as her hospital, caring and praying for her in her time of need. When Yohe finally entered treatment, her friends began selling t-shirts in order to pay for it. They started a MySpace page “to give the whole thing a home,” and
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