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Anxiety Stereotypes Redefined

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Nicole

Amherst, NH
Estados Unidos
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I really make it a point in my life to show kindness to all despite looks, differences or disabilities. Im an ally for the LGBT+ community and try my hardest to be a strong advocate for autism awareness for my son who was diagnosed with a severe case of autism at 1 years old.
Why are you participating?: 

I’m participating to show people that despite all your set backs in life whether it be a disability or addiction, mental illness, abuse, Physical disabilities. No matter your job, race, religion etc you deserve happiness and healthy boundaries in life.

Gianna

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Some days I stay after school to talk to a friend who really needs to just talk-it-out sometimes. I'm glad I can be a helping hand to him because he is genuinely one of the kindest souls I know. Everyone should have someone.
Why are you participating?: 

Why can't people just live?

Ayva

Northbridge, MA
United States
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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
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.

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