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Introverted Stereotypes Redefined

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Jared

Worcester, MA
United States

I helped a friend, who was suffering from cancer, by bringing him things to counter the side effects of his medications. He was having trouble eating and I brought him so tasty alternatives that didn’t involve much preparation. Glad to say he enjoyed them and he also fully recovered.

Lisa

Eagan, MN
United States

I've stayed home pretty much since the virus became a thing, helping to protect my household and others. Regarding essentials, we and a neighbor have checked in before grocery runs, and several times have picked up something for the other. We're all in this together!

As an introvert, I am trying to use this time at home to complete some long-delayed tasks to avoid the feeling of wasting my time. So far, so good!

Finch

Auburn, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I teach in a high school (English / Special Education) and every day I make a difference in their (and their families) lives.
Why are you participating?: 

I'm a heavy, female bodied, boy looking, tattooed, queer who is a partner, child, step parent, and teacher.

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