I became a passionate advocate for mental healthcare in 2011, after I was finally diagnosed with depression. (I had self identified as depressed since age 14.) I’m comfortable sharing my experience, and I hope it’ll encourage others to seek the help they need.
It’s unsurprising, then, that I’m a fan of To Write Love on Her Arms. The decade-old nonprofit works to provide hope for people who face depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide.
Founder Jamie Tworkowski is the subject of this week’s Triple Take. He spoke to us about Switchfoot’s “The Beautiful Letdown,” “Blue Like Jazz” by Donald Miller and “Almost Famous.
Follow To Write Love on Her Arms on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can also follow our hosts on social media: Carla Jean Whitley on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram; John Hammontree on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram; and Matt Scalici on Twitter.