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Atheist Stereotypes Redefined

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Monica

Boston, MA
Estados Unidos
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When you children seem scared or shy, I remember the shy kid I was before and do my best to feel comfortable, and seen and heard whether that means making goofy faces or sitting with them patiently while the other kids play!

Eli

Worcester, MA
Estados Unidos
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Volunteered to promoting trans rights in least years midterm election by doing cold calls to registered voters.
Why are you participating?: 

Not a fan of being part of a specific group when it invalidates the complicity of an individual.

Beverly

Waltham, MA
Estados Unidos
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I drove a wonderful man to his cancer treatments for two years. He thought I was helping him but getting to know this special man was a privilege for me. I miss him every day.
Why are you participating?: 

I wish we could all strive to be kinder.

Heather

Bellingham, MA
Estados Unidos
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I have two boys on the spectrum and we actively work to participate in research and also break the perception of what that means.

Kendy

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When a friend of mine (all the way across the country) was suicidal, she called me and we talked all night long until around 5:00am. I convinced her to throw away the pills and go tell her husband. It's an incredible thing, when someone asks you to hold her life for her.

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