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Bisexual Stereotypes Redefined

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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...

Kate

Exeter, NH
United States

My 14yo son and I left rolls of toilet paper on our neighbors’ front steps. When I do have to go out, I thank everyone I see working for their service to our community. I’m donating the money that I’m saving on gas (since I am not driving to the office) to people who are out of work due to the pandemic. Every little bit adds up.

A lot of people find labels restricting. I can understand that, however, I have found a great deal of comfort in them. Especially since the world tells me that so many of the things I am cannot coexist: Christian. Bisexual. Intelligent. ADHD. There is a chance that I am also autistic. Knowing...more...

Jojo

Worcester, MA
Estados Unidos
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
At the Worcester Hub, giving bus passes to moms with kids so they can take the bus.
Why are you participating?: 

I was bullied all my life and when I see others, I stand up for them.

Mell

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Volunteer with TOPSoccer! I'm a "soccer buddy / coach" for a child with special needs.
Why are you participating?: 

I've gotten love from friends and family, but unfortunately not everybody does.

Christine

Worcester, MA
Estados Unidos
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteer for Planned Parenthood, Fresh Start, and the No One Walks Alone Recovery Center. I'm a Recovery Coach with 2 years and 9 months sober. My life today is a commitment to family, giving back, and helping others who are struggling.
Why are you participating?: 

There's a descriminatory label put on so many people today. From sexuality, to religion, to things overcome such as addiction, or mental health struggles. These labels and struggles do not define us. They are a page in an entire series of books that chronicle your adventure through life.

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