TheoryOfLove: When individuals do not feel loved, they do not feel as though they belong, and this often creates mental health challenges. We all feel the need to belong, and we all have vulnerabilities — times when we don’t feel on top of the world.Β So let’s do something about it and embrace our collective vulnerability.

Get involved:

Rally Together 2018!: No-Low Income Volleyball Tournament – July 20, 2018

Share your mental health reality: #IamReal

Ask someone next to you how they are. #HowAreYou?

Attend or help design a Community Discussion Session

Share your story in an interview via the Interviews Project

Donate to the up-and-coming Scoring Connection Program

Click here to access a (printable) 2-page overview of all TheoryOfLove programming!





4 thoughts on “TheoryOfLove: embracing collective vulnerability for a stronger world

  1. bravingmentalillness says:

    Hi, Thanks for the post. I agree. I’ve been dealing with mental illnesses for almost 30 years. Although I am doing well now, it’s taken a great deal of inner strength to transcend the social and cultural stigmas. Community engagement is necessary in order to raise mental health awareness. Thanks!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. daniel says:

      Hey there. I sent you an email!

      Thanks! Your comment really means a lot. I’m sorry about the late reply!

      I totally get what you mean. Would love to chat more about it. Via email I suggested a Skype or something!

      Talk soon I hope!


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