I wanna hear them! Some of mine include play guitar more, color often, read something, and keep positive anyway needed that isn’t self destructive.
What are yours?
We’re having meetings this semester most Monday’s from 8-9 in the Livingston Student Center. Topics will range from self injury, dating violence, alcoholism, eating disorders and even events with live music, speed dating, and dreamcatcher making!
Let us know if you’re coming!!!
Guys please try to make it out tonight for RU Love’s own version of If You Really Knew Me. We’ll be having our own discussion and cross the line activity. It will be an amazing way to get to know a little bit more about the community you live in and how different things affect different people. There’s gonna be free pizza!
Livingston Student Center room 202 from 6-8. If you need to come late or leave early, feel free!
Orange monarch butterfly done by Jason at Phat Kat Tats in Houston, Texas.
I decided to get this tattoo due to what I’ve been through.
Orange for self-harm awareness and butterfly for The Butterfly Project.
1. Determine what your regret really is. It is important to step back from the feelings of regret and identify exactly what the regret is. Do you regret something you did or something you didn’t do? Something someone else did or did not do?
2. Ask for forgiveness and make amends. Apologize…
To everyone who participated in last week’s Collective, thank you. We enjoyed reading and learning about the characters that have impacted you.
For the week of Thanksgiving, tell us what you are most grateful for—but do it creatively. We want to see handwritten lists of the top 5 things you are thankful for in your life. They can be as simple or as elaborate as you’d like. Just take a photo of the list you created and submit it with the tag “Here We Collide Collective.”
Don’t forget to tag your submissions with “Here We Collide Collective” to make sure that we don’t miss them! We look forward to receiving your submissions!
Take part in this week’s Here We Collide Collective!!
At the meeting today, one of our members decided to start up and continue her own jar movement and we’re really stoked about it! She’s going to leave the jar in a random place and anyone is free to take what they want out of it they need or wish for and then take it, put something in it yourself if you’d like, and leave it somewhere else! So if you see the dreams in a jar anywhere around campus send pictures or stories about it to us or the tumblr for it!