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Anxiety Stereotypes Redefined

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Ayva

Northbridge, MA 01588
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I have volunteered in multiple town events to help the community.
Why are you participating?: 

I feel like people are often viewed and judged too quickly and I don't think anyone should be embarrassed of themselves because everyone is who they are for so many reasons.

Andrea

Northbridge, MA 01588
United States
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Take care of people constantly. Make sure my mom stays healthy.
Why are you participating?: 

People aren't understood fully and it's sad. They go through so much and people assume the worst.

Anais

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I try to make people happy- whether it's my art, writing, or bad puns, I hope to make the people around me happy.
Why are you participating?: 

I find that it's important to let the world know that things are changing.

Ariandra

Worcester, MA 01603
United States
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I try to create a safe space for anyone that suffers from depression, anxiety and body issues, motivating everyone to push forward and love the skin they are in.
Why are you participating?: 

Labels have affected me in so many ways from being too white to represent my culture (Puerto Rican) to saying I am too fat and ugly to model/ pole, to being told I can't accomplish things because of my diagnosis and because of my trauma.

Sayyara

Medford, MA
United States

Before winter break, I was talking with the custodian lady where I worked on campus. She asked me for the dates of the break, because in 2020 university decided to reopen 2 weeks later than usual. Apparently, custodian company outsourced by the university was going to furlough the staff. As a grad student, I was always short of money, so this situation was close to heart. I discussed this finding with the department admin the following week, with no expectations for change. To my surprise, she took the issue up to the department meeting, then university administration and the contractor...more...

I still struggle to be alone at night. My anxiety provokes me to do things to fulfill the emptiness insider.
The isolation has helped me to reimagine myself, my values, wants and needs. I realized I was in a toxic relationship with my husband, whom I left back in my home country. I asked...more...

Arianna

Spencer, MA
United States

During the pandemic, I joined as a volunteer for Meals On Wheels delivering meals for the elderly. It's really expanded my joy of connecting and being able to help people. The small interactions and smiles (perhaps a sarcastic remark or two haha) make my day, and I truly hope I make even a small bit of their day bright as well. Everyone deserves to eat. Treating people with kindness is the most important thing we can do, especially while in a pandemic where so many are struggling.

Recently, I've learned to look for and appreciate the moments I'm content instead of reaching for the invisible bar I've set for measuring happiness. So much has happened to affect my mental health but if I can feel at peace in a moment -content- I'm proud of myself. The sun...more...

Ali

Worcester, MA
United States

I coordinated virtual Easter brunch for my family - which included teaching my 90-year-old grandmother how to use Zoom!

Face masks are really hard to wear with glasses. Also, I always smile at people in the grocery store, which you can't do with a mask on. A stranger and I perfected the what's up head nod yesterday. We take for granted how much facial expressions mean in the world.

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