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Anxiety Disorder Stereotypes Redefined

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Stefanie

Worcester , MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I really try to be a good friend, and I think that actually means a lot. I call and keep long distance friendships going and I reach out to be there for those close-by. I remind them that no one can get through this life on their own - we all need support systems - and I try to be part of that. I hope that helps them - in some small way - thrive and continue to be good people. Whether they’re keeping our energy clean, our country free of hatespeech, our communities more climate resilient, our water clean, or our children well-educated... We each have something to contribute and we need support systems to keep us going on our paths. I’m trying to do my little part to spread the love.

Paulyn

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I work with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and make monthly donations to UNICEF (children). I feed the homeless at a community church ever 2nd Saturday of the month.
Why are you participating?: 

Labels given to me by others create a sense of "I know you" for them but does not represent who I am or even give a pixel of a full picture of me. Allow me to tell you who I am, what I label myself as and mainly why I'm using the label I chose to use for myself.

Kate

Grafton, MA
United States
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A big part of my career involves volunteering for organizations and educating the local community on a stigmatized palliative therapy: cannabis. Stigmas are everywhere and it is our duty to prove to others we are kind and caring individuals working to help our community discover a new alternative treatment option.

Sarah

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I give money to people who ask for it on the street, whenever I can. I get everything the teachers ask for or need, when I'm able.
Why are you participating?: 

I'm definitely judged for labeling myself bisexual, especially by family. I'm married to a man so they say I'm straight. I'm so done arguing the definition of the word.

Joanna

Fitchburg, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
A lot of people come to me for advice and help with different things, and I try and guide and assist them as best I can. My family sometimes jokes that I should start charging, but if it's something I can easily do, I feel why not? Shouldn't we all?
Why are you participating?: 

I think it's a pretty cool project and dispelling the myths surrounding labels is probably one of the most important things we can do as a society.

Jessica

Newton, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I use my experience and struggles with anxiety disorder to fight against mental health stigma. It is really important that people going through these things do not feel alone - so I reach out on Anxiety forums to support, offer hope and guidance and advocate for good self-care.
Why are you participating?: 

I am an advocate for creative expression.

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