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Light, Love, Hope

Light in the Darkness Surrounded by Love with Hope for those in need.


Nicole is 17 years old and a rising Senior in high school. She enjoys music, books, drawing, writing, and going to see her favorite bands in concert. She is the oldest daughter of Shirley, your hostess here at Light Love Hope, and loved more than she can ever imagine or will ever know in this life.


  1. Alli
    June 9, 2014 @ 7:36 am

    What a great organization! My heart goes out to all people that are suffering from depression, suicidal thoughts and self injury! What a great service you provided by blogging about it. I’m pinning so that more people can see that there is help and light at the end of the tunnel.


  2. maria @ close to home
    June 9, 2014 @ 10:37 am

    I am a trained mental health therapist but not currently active, This sounds like a great organizatin and I hope people reach out to it. thanks for sharing all the hotlines.


  3. tara pittman
    June 9, 2014 @ 12:04 pm

    Very great info to know. This is helpful to share with friends to save a life.


  4. Tracey
    June 10, 2014 @ 8:18 am

    To Write Love on Her Arms is a great organization and has helped many people. It’s really nice to see a post bringing light to these issues and sharing ways people can get help.


  5. Hope Is Real | Light, Love, Hope
    June 23, 2014 @ 12:04 am

    […] my daughter wrote a post about an organization called To Write Love On Her Arms.  We purchased some of their merchandise and have been proudly wearing their shirts.   The ones we […]


  6. Jessica
    July 31, 2014 @ 6:10 pm

    I’m 15 and I support this organisation wholeheartedly, especially beings I have struggled with most of the problems they support. I would really love to buy some of their merchandise to wear, but I’m concerned my mum will think I’m being pro-self harm, especially beings she only recently found out I self harm. I don’t want her to get the wrong impression and I doubt she’ll listen to me explain it or let me reason with her. I really want to help as much as I can but I don’t know how to get my mum to let me wear this? Opinions would be very much appreciated. Thank you 🙂


    • Shirley
      July 31, 2014 @ 10:46 pm

      Hi Jessica,

      I’m Nicole’s mother, the author of the piece you just read regarding To Write Love On Her Arms. Do you think it would help to express to your mother that the merchandise not only supports a good cause but offers words of hope? I own several of their shirts, and I wear them specifically for the message of hope that they offer to anyone that I come into contact with while wearing these shirts. Hope Is Real is the message I proudly wear for all to see because it’s a message that I believe in and a message that I feel everyone needs to see. I also have another shirt that I proudly wear that says You Are Not Alone because when someone is going through something like what you’ve expressed that you’ve dealt with, they feel so all alone. At a time like this, they especially need to know that they aren’t alone. There are so many people there that love them and support them that just want to help. Most importantly, God is there holding them close and comforting as only He can. They are never ever alone. I strongly believe in the organization and the messages of hope as a mother to a teenage daughter that has reached out to help many far and wide with the issues of self harm. Thank you for writing, Jessica.


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