To Write Love On Her Arms will host their eighth annual Valentine's Day Doesn't Have To Suck live video Q&A tonight at 9:30 p.m. EST. The chat will be hosted by TWLOHA founder Jamie Tworkowski and special guest Joshua Montgomery of the Summer Set. Those wishing to participate can submit questions via Twitter to @TWLOHA using the hashtag #TWLOHAVDay, or by posting directly to TWLOHA's official website.
On the upcoming chat, Jamie Tworkowski says, “Valentine's Day is a tough day for a lot of people. It has a way of making people feel alone. I love that we can create a space for people to hopefully be able to enjoy the night. Our movie comes out March 3 and my book comes out in May. I'm looking forward to talking about both of those things, along with whatever else people might be curious about.”
Tworkowski will release his debut book, If You Feel Too Much, on May 19.
In 2014, AP reached out to Cleveland-based independent social worker/pastor Annette Dimond for some basic guidelines to assist in helping people through their moments of emotional uncertainty and hard times.
In the words of TWLOHA: “You're not alone.”